In the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world of today's business environment, organizations that don't adapt are headed for extinction.
In the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world of today's business environment, organizations that don't transform are headed for extinction. For employees to prevail, they must adapt faster than organizations. Learning in motion is a key strategy to help everyone succeed.
Look back on your career and think about your favorite work experiences. Were they simple? Were they routine or predictable? Were they insignificant to your team or company? Chances are, they weren't. Great work experiences tend to be challenging and significant in their impact.
Your passion represents the things that you care deeply - about the things that energize you - the things that make work fun! While you can probably learn anything you set your mind to, you will learn a lot more in less time if your job involves things that engage your passions.
We have several books and discussion guides that explore receiving, seeking and giving feedback. These are great for individual growth. They also are the foundation of many of our educational and corporate training. Feedback is so much more than just talking or listening. Honest feedback is a rarity. We know feedback and the conversations to improve you and everyone in the organization.
What makes the conversation difficult is only fear and embarrassment. We are fearful that we might say the wrong thing. We provide the skills and mindset necessary to be successful in any conversation, regardless of how difficult it is. if you aren't having these conversations then you are failing yourself and your employees.
We introduce participants to a simple, yet robust coaching framework that inspires trust, leads to action, encourages growth and ultimately helps people to achieve their potential. We give employees the coaching skills they require to have ongoing conversations that work in even the toughest circumstances.
This workshop is designed for the individual contributor that wants to learn how to manage their career as a business. When they take control of their career path they will rise to challenges. We examine how to leverage your genius, partner with your leaders to expand your perceived and overlooked value.
The brain’s tendency is to label and categorize people and things into groups, then assign characteristics to the group as a whole. People have a tendency to give preferential treatment (even subconsciously) to those perceived to be members of our own group. We deliver ways to close the gaps with those who may be significantly different from ourselves (in terms of generation, culture, gender, education, etc.)? This is a hands-on approach to learning and delivers a better life and work environment.