“We cannot TEACH another person directly; we can only facilitate his LEARNing.
– Carl Rogers

Real Sustainable Change from the Workshop to the Workplace

Running a workshop is a significant investment and commitment for any organization. To increase a positive ROI outcome our designs look beyond the event phase to consider how the pre and post workshop phases can contribute to real, sustainable change back on the job. Get the most from your training dollar by supporting new learning with coaching. Coaching can help with the transfer of learning and making it stick!

Each workshop is fully customizable to better suit your needs and desired outcomes. If you don’t see what you are looking for here, please contact us as the following is only a sample of what we offer.

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The Leadership Challenge®

The Leadership Challenge

The Leadership Challenge® evolved from research started in 1983 by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner when they set out to discover what people did when they were at their personal best in leading others. They discovered certain behaviors common to leaders who make extraordinary things happen in organizations and eventually grouped these behaviors into The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®. Today The Five Practices (and 30 behaviors) are the basis of The Leadership Challenge® Model, and this workshop. Leaders at all levels can benefit from this experience.

What will you learn? Among other things, to…

  • Identify your leadership strengths and areas for improvement
  • Better communicate and focus the efforts of others on fundamental values and beliefs
  • Inspire others to share a common vision
  • Build collaboration, teamwork, and trust
  • Strengthen others’ abilities to excel

The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®

The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® is a registered trademark of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The associated icons are copyright ©2011 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. www.leadershipchallenge.com.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®)

Myers-Briggs CertifiedUnderstanding Type: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Workshops
By understanding ourselves better, we gain a broader understanding of our strengths and potential blind spots.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator research goes back more than 50 years. This workshop builds upon that history in a relevant, common sense, and fun way. Building upon individual assessments we cover how our preferences influence our perceptions, and how others perceive us. This information can help with career planning, conflict resolution, communication, change, leadership and team effectiveness.

Workshop content is based upon the idea that everyone has unique gifts to offer and challenges to overcome. The process used encourages participants to learn more about themselves, others and how all our individual components can fit together to boost overall success and well-being. Prior to the workshop all participants will have the opportunity to complete their own, individual assessment. There is a range of reporting types to meet your needs for example:

  • Type and Communication
  • Type and Leadership
  • Type and Decision Making
  • Type and Change
  • Type and Conflict

Social + Emotional Intelligence Profile (SEIP®)

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Understanding Social + Emotional Intelligence
Social + Emotional Intelligence is a form of intelligence that drives our success in work, in life and in our relationships. S + EI is the ability to be aware of our own emotions and those of others, in the moment, and to use that information to manage ourselves and manage our relationships. Developing these components can help us become more in tune with ourselves and to those around us. The truth is, the most successful people in work and in life have the ability to manage themselves and manage their relationships with others.

Social and emotional intelligence (S+EI or sometimes referred to as EI or EQ) encompasses many skill sets, including stress management, resilience, managing conflict productively, powerful influencing skills, catalyzing change, teamwork and collaboration, building trust and much more. Unfortunately, we see it most when it’s lacking – think of the boss who explodes when a deadline is missed, or the co-worker whom no one trusts. These people are limited by their lack of S+EI skills.

The good news? S+EI can be learned and strengthened throughout our lives. It’s never too late to add these essential skills at an individual or organizational level.

This workshop provides an introduction to S + E Intelligence, a review of the 26 S + EI competencies, an overview of the assessment, what it measures and what it means. Learn how developing S + EI can help to bring out the best in yourself and others.

Other Popular Workshops

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Leading and Managing Change
  • Performance Management
  • Managing Time and Meetings Effectively
  • Communication
  • Coaching for Performance
  • Decision Making and Creative Problem Solving
  • Goal Setting and Feedback