Depending on your situation, our associates will work with you to design a training solution that
will address your needs.
One option is for us to design and conduct the sessions for your organization. Another, if it makes
more sense for your own people to conduct the sessions, is to design the training and prepare facilitator
materials and train-the-trainer sessions so your trainers/facilitators can deliver the programs within
Following is a listing of some of the training solutions we have prepared for other
Depending on the level of the target audience, this workshop will use the Transformational Leadership
model, the Situational Leadership model, or the Dimensions of Leadership model. Some areas of focus are:
- effective leadership characteristics and strategies;
- "leadership" vs. "management";
- defininitions of primary qualities valued in leaders; and
- matching leadership approaches to organizational needs.
Skill-building simulations are a key feature of this program, and an optional 360° assessment
component can be incorporated.
Building Highly Effective Work Teams
Workshop for building empowered work teams focuses on the characteristics of good team players and
leaders, looks at a model of effective teams, stages of team development, and methodologies for building
teams. Utilizes video and group exercises. Depending on the client's needs, a Team Fitness assessment
and feedback component can be included to facilitate the process.
Workshop focuses on the nature of Change, effects of Change on staff, and how to manage Change. Films,
and individual/group exercises are used to drive home the critical points.
Managing Work Relationships
A workshop utilizing either the Social Styles or DiSC model to assess one's behavioral styles and
learn how to work with other styles more effectively. Teaches the skills needed to "flex" to
another style. Depending on the client, the course is tailored to meet specific relationship needs and
may include more or less skill practices.
Using the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Modes Instrument or DiSC questionnaire, assesses participant's style
in dealing with conflict, and understanding of others' interpersonal styles. Also presents segments on
the nature of conflict and how to effectively resolve it. Skills building exercises are used to help
participants resolve conflict and focus on creative problem solving.
Covers listening skills, setting performance agreements, providing feedback, dealing with defensiveness,
and problem solving. Highly interactive and includes ample skill practice sessions to reinforce the skills
Intensive skill-building workshop that focuses on verbal and nonverbal listening skills, discovering
one's natural approach to listening, capitalizing on their listening strengths, learning how listening
approaches impact listening effectiveness, overcoming listening barriers, and the strategies of reflecting.
Adventures in Attitudes
Focuses on creating a climate of empowerment, increasing self-awareness and affirming strengths, transforming
negative attitudes into positive ones, increasing flexibility and overcoming resistance to change, and
achieving new levels of performance through goal-setting techniques.
Looks at the nature of Management/Supervisory work, the role played, and skills needed. Focus is on
interpersonal skills, behavioral styles, planning, delegating, managing performance, and providing feedback.
Workshop focuses on discovering one's own time management strengths, developing new skills for improved
performance, concentrating on priorities, responding to opportunities, and learning about the twelve
key strategies in managing time more effectively.
Focus is on helping participants discover their personal comfort level with people different from
themselves, understanding the impact of their behavior on others, assessing the accuracy of their knowledge
about differences, limiting the influence of stereotypes, reducing conflict, transforming knowledge into
acceptance and empathy, and embracing diversity as a source of organizational strength.
Workshops focus on what has happened and one's reaction to it, what one wants and what one feels are
his/her assets & accomplishments, building the resume, the job campaign, letters, and effective interviewing.
Coping & Stress
The goals for this seminar are to create a comprehensive understanding of stress, identify the level
of stress and satisfaction participants are experiencing in all four areas of life (personal, work, couple,
and family), build upon current coping resources and stress management skills, and develop new coping
resources and stress management skills.
Focuses on the Performance Management Cycle and teaches managers how to set objectives, monitor performance,
provide feedback, write effective evaluations, and establish performance development plans.