Date: Jan 21 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Building a Coaching Culture
Whether you lead employees, lead a household of children, or are trying to lead yourself to results you want, great leaders know how to coach - from the boardroom to the family room.
Leave knowing how to apply the GROW model, a simple coaching framework you can immediately use during the next quick check-in, team meeting, or one-on-one to help others solve problems, overcome obstacles, or reach repeatable results faster, better and with more buy-in.
As a bonus, get practical self-coaching tips and tools to 1) manage the thoughts in your own mind, where all your power lies, 2) improve your emotional intelligence and resilience, while also moving from stressed out or stuck to confident and committed, and 3) take action to get the results you’ve always wanted.
Date: Feb 11 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Date: Mar 04 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Understanding the Language of Leadership
In every aspect of our lives we act in some form of leadership. Our leadership is not solely based on forging a pathway to the accomplishment of strategic goals. To reach the goals we desire, in business and in life, we must consider the language we use in our daily interactions.
The goal is to leave this interactive experience with new and viable tools to help better the navigation of inclusive relationships with employees, customers and people in our personal lives. This will in turn aid in the development or improvement toward positive workplace cultures.
Potential takeaways will include improved communication and understanding of 1) better awareness of cultural sensitivities, 2) constructive and destructive language and 3) to gain a better understanding of the importance of inclusive language in the workplace.
Date: Mar 25 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
SHIELD TO THE LEFT LEADERSHIP
Every leader should always be judged by two standards: The results they achieved through the people they lead, and the way those results were achieved. During this training participants will learn how to adopt an effective way of leading known as the “Shields to the Left” principle. Topics include:
- Etymological and anthropological studies and examples from high-performing cultures and organizations
- The phalanx method of developing, training, and implementing team strengths
- The role of self-sacrifice within the scope of highly effective leadership and team performance
- The Perspective Approach 4E Process of forging cultural standards
Date: Apr 29 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM