According to research, communication is the number one competency sought by employers and a skill that separates leaders from losers. Average communicators experience miscommunication, misunderstanding, and missed opportunities. But effective communicators are like thought leader E.F. Hutton – when they speak, people listen! This interactive seminar utilizes workplace simulation, self-assessments, and small group discussions that help participants recognize and overcome complex communication issues and enhance their ability to communicate effectively at work and beyond.
Critical thinking is a process that enables us to analyze problems, find reasoned solutions, and present fair and logical arguments – without being argumentative. Using storytelling, discussions, and self-assessments, this engaging seminar introduces participants to several methodical approaches to critical thinking and problem solving.
Deviance in the Workplace: Why Good People Do Bad Things
Realizing that employees engage in deviant behavior isn't enough. Leaders must recognize why employees lie, cheat, and steal from their organizations if they’re to be addressed. This thought-provoking and engaging seminar uses ethical scenarios to help participants recognize that employees sometimes do bad things for what they believe are darn good reasons.
Ever wonder why others seem to move forward, yet you feel stuck? Or why others get lots of attention but you struggle to get people to consider your ideas? Although everyone communicates, some are just better at identifying with and relating to others. According to leadership guru John C. Maxwell, “The ability to communicate and connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your potential.”This highly engaging 1-day seminar, based on the book by the same title, will introduce you to Dr. Maxwell’s proven principles and help you connect with others one-on-one, in small groups, and with large audiences. If you want others to listen to you and consider your ideas, learn to connect!
Values-free leadership is an oxymoron, and leadership without authenticity is a misnomer. Integrity is the heart of leadership and authenticity is its soul. True leaders are not only ethical and transparent, they engage and influence others on a deeper, more personal level. By applying the ethical theories of notable moral philosophers and contemporary thought leaders, participants test 7 principles of authentic leadership.
As a leader, your level of influence is directly proportional to your ability to inspire, challenge, and develop others. Transformational leaders engage others on a deeper level by addressing their intellectual and emotional needs and motivating them to grow to their fullest potential.In this experiential seminar, you will not only learn the attributes that set transformational leaders apart – you will apply them. By engaging with others and experimenting with proven techniques, you will learn to overcome complex communication issues, navigate office politics, influence positive outcomes, facilitate lateral thinking, negotiate win-win solutions, and provide individualized coaching and feedback.
Ethical leadership is about more than just abiding by and enforcing a list of dos and don’ts. It’s a values-based approach to leadership that empowers you to affect followers on a deeper level while fostering their personal growth, job satisfaction, productivity, and retention.Through the use of storytelling, self-assessments, small group activities, and ethical scenarios you will discover how applying The 12 Inescapable Laws of Ethical Leadership will enable you to live your values, fulfill your obligations, and positively affect those around you.