Are You Procrastinating? Powerful Ways to Get Things Done
There are many reasons we procrastinate. Learn to identify the common pitfalls to getting things done and learn strategies to get going on everything you have been putting off. SC
Art of Public Speaking
The number one thing people fear more than death is public speaking. This workshop will take you out of the fear zone and into the front of your audience. Attendees will learn speaking skills for professional situations as well as with media personnel. JA
Communication Styles 101
Discover the foundational communication secrets necessary to respond with confidence, assurance, and grace, even under pressure. Discover what causes miscommunication and conflict. Recognize how the different sexes and personalities communicate. Learn common communication styles and processing patterns. And, be trained in an active listening technique that builds trust and common ground. MARP
Conflict Resolution for Teams
It’s time to build unity and resolve conflict with honor. Learn original and unique techniques to understand complicated emotions during conflict. Deal with internal and imaginary conflict in a healthy, proactive way. And implement a proven system to give everyone the time they need to process conflict and diffuse it before it gets worse. MARP
Many communication problems are caused by how people behave when they disagree with others. We often try to avoid these conversations because we are afraid matters will just get worse. In fact, avoidance itself makes things worse. This crash-course will explore the core principles of an effective and results-driven conversation. Participants will enhance their conflict management abilities in both personal and professional conversations. KK
Dangerous Hope--How to Make Your Disappointments Matter
We all hope for many things in our lives. For our circumstances to change, for our businesses to be successful, for equality, justice, and positive change, and even for a cure to disease. But when the things we hope for don’t happen, we can get stuck in a cycle of disappointment. But what if it didn’t have to be this way? What if, instead, we recognized our disappointment for what it is — a part of the Cycle of Dangerous Hope, rich with opportunities designed to help us grow? MARP
Diversity and Inclusion: Creating an Inclusive Culture
The greatest companies of today are companies that embrace diversity and inclusion. It is the organization that creates teams that are not solely based on seniority but are focused on the strengths of the individual regardless of age, gender, or ethnicity. To compete in this ever-changing economy, the businesses that will flourish in the future are those that make inclusion a cornerstone of their business. SJ
Down with Stress! Look and Sound Wonderful—Even on the Worst Days
Most advice about reducing stress at work focuses on what to do over the long term — take up yoga, eat a healthy diet or get more sleep. But what do you do when you’re overcome with stress in the moment? Learn how to regain control in any situation. SC
Email Stress: 10 Steps for Managing the Mess
Is your Inbox overflowing? Are you wasting too much time on email? Discover strategies, tips and ideas for reducing email volume, improving email quality, and organizing your Inbox. SC
Uncover the simple steps you can take to move your life from the ordinary into the extraordinary. Learn the Fred Factor principles that will release fresh energy, enthusiasm, and creativity in your career and life. KK
Generations in the Workforce
Employers and employees are facing the challenge of managing a workforce made up of five generations. Most training, research, and informational articles continuously point on the blaring differences of each generation and the clashes that can potentially occur. This workshop takes a slightly unconventional approach of examining the commonalities….and there is more than you think! Let’s dig into similarities that unite and utilize the unique strengths each generation brings to the table. KK, FD
Get Ready — Generation Z is Here!
The newest generation has entered the workforce, bringing with them unique life experiences and work preferences. Gain an overview on what to expect from this newest generation as well as tips for bridging the latest generation gap. SC
Ever find yourself being a “Judgey McJudgerson” at work? You know, the conversation in your head or with co-workers that starts with “Geez…our boss should have handled that differently. Or can you believe what this co-worker just said? I would have said that in a much nicer gentler way!” But have you really…REALLY assessed how you are leading yourself with as much scrutiny as you do others? This workshop will put your own leadership in the spotlight. Is there a gap of truth between how you THINK you act and how you REALLY appear to others? By tackling some tough questions, participants will gain insight to their own leadership abilities and examine tools for growth. KK
Making the Workplace Work for Multiple Generations
"The older generation has checked out." "The younger generation has no job loyalty." While some stereotypes about each generation have a ring of truth, the reality is far more complex than you may realize. Learn how challenging these stereotypes helps makes the workplace work. SC
Navigating Workplace Stress Through COVID Chaos
Workplace stress is not a new phenomenon. However, throw in a national pandemic, economic upheaval and staff shortages and stress takes on entirely new dimension. This workshop will examine key strategies any level of employee can use to navigate the “new normal” and build a tool kit for success. Participants will explore:
Real Love in the workplace
Attendees will learn:
- How to become the kind of leader people will want to follow.
- How to create customers who are not just satisfied but eager to stay with your company.
- How to create a workplace with communicative, creative, cooperative, happy employees.
- How to eliminate—not just manage—conflict in the workplace.
- How to correct behaviors in a way that people will be eager to hear it. HA
Robert’s Rules Were Meant to be Broken
Robert’s Rules of Order can create disorder if not used properly. This presentation will prepare your members for successful meeting and highlight the common uses and misuses of Mr. Robert’s Rules. FD
She Who Overcomes - Rising Out of the Ashes of Your Circumstances
Discover how to live the authentic life of an overcomer. Using Ancient Wisdom and personal stories of overcoming painful circumstances, participants will be equipped to stand firm when others crumble, persist and find purpose in their lives, and build their hope. MARP
Don't let a fear of public speaking prohibit you from effective communication. This one-hour session will give you the confidence to speak easy. FD
The Art of P.A.U.S.E. — Simple Tips for Managing Stress so You can Live and Lead Better
In this interactive session about managing stress, the audience will discover how to move past the three myths of pausing to rest. What stress really looks like, feels like, and sounds like in their body. And learn the 5 steps of P.A.U.S.E so managing stress becomes a lifelong practice. MARP
The OG, The NG, and The Three R's
This story will introduce Our Generation (or what some might call the Old Generation) to the Next Generation coming into today's work environment. Participants will learn how to work cohesively with different generations as well as how to recruit, retain, recognize the new cubs in our forests. While these new bears might scare you at first, the porridge they have to offer is prepared quite differently, but tastes delicious. JA
10 Grammar Mistakes
In business writing, there are some grammar mistakes that are more common than others. Familiarize yourself with 10 common blunders—and learn to avoid them— and there is one less thing to worry about when emailing the boss or writing an important letter. SC
Word! To your Brother!
Learn how to work with the media to get your important company or fundraising information and news out to the general public. JA