Your company culture is a reflection of how you work together and treat each other. It is smart to engage your employees as you build your team and company culture but it is often valuable to engage a neutral party with an outside perspective.
Create or refresh a Vision, Mission, and set of Core Values that align and inspire everyone in the company.
Increase the effectiveness of your leadership teams through facilitated workshops and support.
Establish clear and consistent approaches to decision-making and governance systems.
Disrupt unconscious bias before it interferes.
Design and implement a hiring and interviewing process that helps you hire the best talent.
Develop custom programs for your internal team to implement and own.
Thrive with Resilience in Constant Change
This workshop is designed for all employees working in a fast-paced, exciting workplace that moves and changes quickly. (And who isn't going through change in the work today?)
We will explore the phases of change and how to manage our personal response to change, how to utilize the “circle of control” to determine the best responses, and how to manage your response when your brain works against you through change.
The ultimate goal is to help you again strategies for building resilience durgin change.
Lead with Resilience
This session is designed for leaders who must support others a through a change while at the same time, work through the change themselves and keep the business running!
That likely sounds familiar to many in the workforce today.
We will explore the phases of change and the feelings and behaviors you might observe (or experience) during the phases.
Raise Awareness of Unconscious Bias
If you have a brain, you are biased. Our brains are designed to hardwire and categorize experiences, people, and scenarios. And, that is great when it is great. However, we also know that hardwiring and categorizing can work against us when it perpetuates a stereotype or generates a reaction that does not accurately reflect the reality of the situation. In other words, our brains are amazing, but they can work against us when they put people into categories that lead to stereotypes. This workshop is highly interactive around a critical, personal topic that requires all to be open and vulnerable in the discussions.
Avoid Harassment &
To build a culture of respect and inclusion, every team member must be committed to avoiding harassment of any kind in the workplace. Do you know how to recognize harassment? Do you know when you are obligated, by law, to report certain behaviors? In this workshop, we will explore multiple workplace scenarios and discuss the different ways in which harassment can surface intentionally and unintentionally at work. Part 2 of this workshop is designed specifically for leaders and covers how to address harassment anywhere in the organization and how to respectfully and effectively manage any harassment scenario.
Present so People
Why is it that some people speak for an hour and it feels like 10 minutes, and others speak for 10 minutes and it feels like an hour? In a world of constant communication, we all have to choose which voices we will tune out and which voices we will tune in. In this workshop, learn how to captive your audience and deliver a powerful message-learn the secret behind presenting so people will listen!
with Clarity & Care
In this session, leaders will practice the conversation skills needed to have a positive impact in a difficult environment. This includes communicating clear expectations, providing effective feedback, delivering difficult messages, and knowing the boundaries of communication and lenguage in a respectful workplace. This session is a practical approach to conversation planning, opening and closing lines, and how discuss what matters most.
Deliver Feeback with
Candor & Care
Feedback is the fuel for performance, so why is it sometimes so difficult to share? Because it’s personal. There are principles that can be applied to make feedback a powerful performance tool- timing is everything, know how to manage your emotions, and then set the tone and manage the conversation. In this workshop we work through getting the right mindset, preparing for a productive interaction, and managing the feedback conversation.
There are some who are born with a presence that influences people to follow. For the vast majority of us, influence is a skill that needs to be cultivated and practiced. Influencing across the matrix is a critical competence in a competitive, fast-paced, technical environment. In this workshop we work through the process of creating influence intentions and plans. The workshop focuses on practical activities and ends with a detailed action plan.
Adapt your Approach
to Increase your Impact
Participants in this workshop will be exposed to various work styles by using the DiSC assessment. In-depth analysis is provided to fully explore personal styles. Through activities and group discussion, participants learn how to adapt their approach to most effectively work with others .
Get the Most Out
of Your Strengths
Every leader has unique strengths and passions. In fact, according to data from to Gallup and StrengthFinders, statistics show there is only a one in 33-million chance that another leader has the same strengths profile as you. In this workshop, we work with participants to increase their understanding of their unique strengths and how to turn their strengths into a personal “Professional Brand”.
Make Meetings Work
I love to go to meetings... exclaimed no one ever. Yet, we spend more than half of our working life in meetings! There’s good news - we know a lot about how to make meetings better and what we need to do. There's also bad news - we don’t consistently do what we know we should do (e.g., agendas in advance). In this session, you will create an action plan to put into practice those things that are essential to preparing for effective meetings. More importantly, you will practice the HOW of running an effective meeting.
Interview for a
Who says interviewing is simple and easy to “wing it?” I’ll tell you who - those who don’t get enough good information out of an interview to make a great match. When you have a limited amount of time to meet with a candidate, you need to maximize that hour and gain insights to make a critical decision - a hiring decision. In this workshop, participants get practical experience following a structured interview process. We focus on how to conduct a “behavioral event interview” that helps you predict future performance of a potential candidate.
> Preparation work (30-40 minutes)
> 2 or 3 hour workshop (in person or virtual)
> Action Commitment follow up
> Support for managers to reinforce learning
> Everything DiSC (recommended)
> Total strengths development inventory
> Myers-Briggs type indicator