Each workshop is customized to meet the needs of the organizations. Areas of focus to choose from include:
Self-Awareness: The First Chapter in the Book of Leadership: First you must know understand yourself before you can understand and support others. Discovering who you are empowers you to be an authentic leader while taking notice of further growth opportunities to become the “best” version of you.
Reflective Visioning: Group guidance to reflect on where you have been, visioning to create the bigger picture, goal setting to get where you want to go, and action planning to achieve your targets.
Goal Setting & Accountability: Setting goals gives you guidance and increases your chances of success, but first you must know what you are going after and why. Learn how to set goals, create action plans, and find the people who can support you in obtaining goals and meeting your timelines.
Navigating Successful Change: How comfortable are you with change? This session will focus on understanding people’s resistance to change as well as strategies and resources for change. Using the 7Cs of the social change model you will learn the values necessary to embody as a leader and navigate change.
Conflict Management: Identify your conflict management style. Understand when each is most appropriate to rely on and tips and tricks to navigating conflict.
Communication Required: Communication is about being prepared, thoughtful, engaged, and reflective. We need to be prepared by knowing ourselves; thoughtful with how others think, feel, get inspired, and act; engaged in motivating and influencing others; reflective in taking meaning from each day. This all begins with how we send and receive messages. Communication is required in life. Explore how you can make your communication clear and relevant.
Time Management + Prioritization = Productivity: Productivity is making the most of your time and creating habits instead of short-term fixes. See results as you practice this equation.
Leading as a Middle Manager: Leadership is not about the title, and this is often where leadership can become toxic and no longer effective for the community, which creates challenges for the workplace. You can lead from whatever role you are in, and to the needs of followers. Recognize the importance of both leaders and followers and the role they play in your organization.
Self-Care is NOT Selfish: Help your team be better employees and achieve more for your company with work-self-life passion and a focus on self-care.
Team Building: Strengthen the relationship between multiple levels of employees to further efficiency and increase gains for a better work environment.