Lead with Your Strengths
A deeper understanding of personal strengths helps individuals achieve higher levels of personal and professional success and satisfaction.
- Discuss the importance of knowing and using strengths
- Use a strength checklist to identify your strengths
- Exercise: Articulate and describe individual strengths
- Exercise: Explore ways to leverage your strengths
Lead with your Strengths – Internal Corporate Groups
Leveraging personal strengths helps individuals be more engaged, more productive and more successful in the workplace. Prior to the presentation, participants will complete the Strengths Finders 2.0 Assessment to identify their top 5 strengths. During the session, participants will learn importance of using and cultivating these strengths.
- Learn the difference between strengths and weaknesses
- Exercise: Understand your and your peers’ strengths and their impact in the workplace
- Find ways to cultivate and leverage strengths to achieve your goals
Over 35 business studies show that listening is one of the key skills for business success yet less than 2% of the population has been properly trained on how to listen. Individuals and teams can improve their collaborative skills by improving their communication skills.
- Learn the importance of listening for personal and professional success
- Explore the 3 levels of listening and determine your style of listening
- Exercise: Individuals practice “active” listening to help enhance their listening and their relationships
The Effective Communication Tool Kit
In the workplace and in our everyday lives, the ability to communicate effectively is a valuable skill that can reduce friction and stress and increase collaboration and positive outcomes.
- Explore and explain the 3 levels of listening
- Learn how to ask the “right” questions
- Discover the power of acknowledging and validating
Managing Transition – Internal Corporate Groups
Understanding the process of transition and how to manage it will help individuals and teams successfully navigate change due to reorganization, change in ownership or other realignments of corporate structure. Content of presentation will be tailored to address specific situation.
- Learn the difference between change and transition
- Identify the 3 phases of workplace transition
- Explore 5 ways to handle yourself through transition
Transition – No Longer a Game of Chance
Transition is a constant in our lives and we’ve all experienced our share. Yet depending on the change, we are not always prepared or equipped to deal with it. Through awareness of transition, individuals can feel more in control during and accepting of transition.
- Identify the 4 phases of transition
- Understand the thoughts, feelings and actions associated with each phase
- Learn specific coaching tools to handle each phase
Don’t Just Survive…Thrive!
Discover two inner resources to help you manage the stresses and pressures of today’s fast paced world. By tapping into these resources, you will regain control and feel more empowered and confident.
- Discuss the importance ofpersonal values and individual strengths
- Use coaching tools to identify and access these resources
- Walk away feeling more authentic and balanced
Self-doubt and fear can inhibit your opportunities in sales and other areas of your work. This workshop covers techniques to identify and manage fear.
- Understand what fear is and where it comes from
- Learn a 3-step process to overcome fear
- Receive techniques to push through fear when it presents itself
Build a Healthy Relationship with Money
Many struggle with financial matters, whether it’s creating money goals, eliminating credit card debt, or managing anxiety associated with money. This presentation will introduce you to a framework to improve your relationship with money.
- Learn the 3 components of money and a unique framework that puts them to work
- See the impact money beliefs have on how one handles money
- Identify your core money belief
- Walk away with validation or realization of your current relationship with money
How to Have Those Difficult Conversations
People put off delivering bad news or initiating difficult conversations with relatives, friends, co-workers and even their bosses for months or years, either because they don’t know what to say or how to say it. This presentation teaches participants how to prepare for and handle these conversations.
- Discuss difficult conversations and examine the benefits of having them and the cost of avoiding them
- Walk through an effective, step-by-step model to guide you through these conversations
- Practice the model through exercises
Each presentation lasts approximately 75-90 minutes (can be shortened/lengthened)