Approximate length, 1 hr.
All courses are led by a professional business team coach.
Developing resilience to the uncomfortable, empathizing with others, creating mutual understanding [of the past, present, and desired future realities], team brainstorming prior to implementation and decision-making.
The Art of Communication
Enhancing communication, presenting feedback, understanding and processing constructive criticism, and non-verbal communication
Elements of conflict, managing conflict, interpersonal conflict, interpersonal conflict, and organizational conflict
The Well-Rounded Professional
A zoomed out guide to goal setting, strategic planning, using time efficiently, leveraging a team, negotiating, pre-work, action plans, follow-through, and analysis
Analyzing your team’s strengths and opportunities for growth, creating a [simple] shared vision, collective goal setting, the challenge with change, and group accountability
Diversity and Bias Awareness
Understanding assumptions, the reality of biases in our workplace and culture, overcoming stereotypes, creating a culture of inclusion
Valuing who you are, recognizing the individual differences of a team, realigning processes and tasks to increase efficiency and impact, improving job satisfaction, accepting weaknesses and maximizing gifts
Evaluating future teammates, reviewing internal systems, recognizing mistakes [both individual and corporate], enhancing motivating procedures, positive communication and effective feedback, creation and implementation of job descriptions and the review process
The Power of Empowerment
Learn to work smarter not harder, personal accountability, the balance of professional and personal needs, shared goals, demonstrating and communicating value, positive work environments, creating a “you matter” environment [valuing a teammate’s whole-self in and outside of the office]
Priorities, Time-saving strategies and tips, eliminating “fluff” [with empathy and compassion], policies vs. principals, the importance of "time modeling” as it pertains to “time management”