WEBINARS & WORKSHOPS
A Brief Sample of Offerings
Team Development: The 4 C’s of Team Dynamics
Learn how to foster the 4 C’s of team development. You'll be set up to lead, coach, advise, communicate more effectively with your peers, team leaders and associates. Sharpen your teambuilding skills and discover new ways to drive performance and productivity.
Communicating from the Heart with Diplomacy and Tact
It can happen at a moment’s notice: the need to communicate a new idea to senior leaders, influence your colleagues to care about your pitch or motivate your subordinates to change. How might you prepare yourself to communicate with anyone in your organization? Are you prepared to analyze your audience? And can you frame your message so that people feel connected to you? This workshop will make this available to you on demand.
Leader as Coach: Great Coaches Build Stronger Teams
The top desired skill for leaders in a recent survey is coaching, according to the Chief Learning Officer Magazine. Consider this instructive statistic: Gallup says 86% of employees think that their bosses are uninspiring. When appropriately executed, coaching provides greater intrinsic motivation - in other words, inspiring the willingness of teams to try new things and make better decisions. According to McKinsey, when employees find greater intrinsic motivation, they are 32% more committed to their work and 46% more satisfied with their jobs. Are your leaders coaching or just telling people what to do?
Creating a Culture of Inclusion: We versus Me
Creating an inclusive climate makes the most of diversity such that everyone feels their perspective is valued. Psychological safety begins with a feeling of belonging, which allows for the expression of authenticity and empowerment. This workshop enables firms to optimize the potential of their employees by nurturing a culture of inclusion and belonging in which people can thrive.
Managing Conflict and Difficult Personalities
In today’s complex and collaborative business environment, relationships, and connections are more important than ever. Organizations that can foster a culture of collaboration and inclusion have a distinct advantage over competitors who are hampered by silos, diverse personalities, politics, conflict, and turf wars. The answer lies here in this workshop!
Strategic Thinking: A Mindset Change
A historical figure “Joseph Schumpeter” expressed many years ago that “creative destruction” is an essential feature of every business strategy and that advice is very applicable today and will be more applicable years from now. Develop your ability to innovate, be agile, think strategically, and gain a competitive advantage for the firm -- and you personally.
The 7 C’s of Resilience: Harnessing the Power of Positive Leadership
Is it motivating to know that in difficult times, success is possible? How do people deal with difficult or traumatic events in their lives? Many people react to such events with a flood of strong emotions and a sense of uncertainty. Yet people generally adapt well over time – “What enables them to do so?” Resilience!
Emotional Intelligence at Work
It is the effective leader and team members who can accurately perceive how they and others feel, use those feelings to assist with the task at hand, understand how those feelings are sparked, and how we can change those feelings to provoke a positive outcome. Does your team have these skills? How might we use the four emotional skills to achieve the goals desired?
Creativity and Innovation for Teams: Revealing the Benefits of Design Thinking
Innovation is very much on the corporate agenda today. A breakthrough innovative workshop, your team will experience a 4-step creative problem-solving process that permits your team to identify possibilities, take calculated risks, work collectively and collaboratively, implement new ideas and in the end – reach your business targets easily.
Don’t be Blinded by Unconscious Bias
Unconscious bias affects every area of our lives. It is well known that we are biased towards people who look like us, think like us and have similar experiences. Most folks believe they are open-minded and objective. Yet research tells us that our upbringing and our specific experiences heavily sway how we see others and evaluate events. While all these biases protect us from fear and failure, they also hold us back from reaching our true potential.
Creating a Culture of Accountability
Accountability does not have to be a punitive concept in the organization. Individuals and organizations the world over share the same feeling of anxiety and helplessness that beset the main characters in “The Wizard of Oz.” In the book The Oz Principle, the authors show how people use their sense of victimization to justify inaction, excuses, and/or rationalize poor performance. This session demonstrates how people who accept accountability perform better.
Leading Generations: Millennials, Gen Xers, Baby Boomers and Possibly Gen Z
Millennials, who were born around 1981 and before 1999, are typically the children of the baby boomers. These baby boomers were very fond of their kids and, as a result, played a significant role in building their sense of self-worth. Have you had a problem keeping your millennials? Are your millennials engaged? Are you having issues leading your millennials? If so, this workshop is for you!