My Workshops

Workshops are related to management, teamwork, leadership, and, soft skills. I will customize my presentation to meet your organization’s specific needs.

Most requested topics include:

 DISCsm In this workshop, I help each member of the team gain a better understand of who they are and how they relate to others. Using the DISC Personality Profiling tool and a number of interactive activities, team members will learn the following:

  • Use knowledge of personality style to be more successful;
  • Improve communication to prevent conflicts and create a harmonious team; and
  • How team culture effects team performance.
 Leadingsm  Leading can be especially complex for middle and senior managers.  In this workshop, participants will identify and improve existing skills and develop new abilities needed to meet the challenges of leading others in today’s workplace. Managers will learn:

  • Identification of one’s Leadership style;
  • How to have crucial conversations with upper management, co-workers, and employees; and
  • Methods of building collaboration, teamwork, and trust.
 Difficultsm Learn the most effective strategies for dealing with difficult people—from strangers to co-workers to friends and family—by characterizing the four major personalities and identifying specific methods to cope with them in every aspect of life.  Participants will learn how to:

  • Recognize and respond to the four types of difficult people;
  • Use self-protection strategies;
  • Minimize toxic behavior in any situation; and
  • Influence positive change in difficult people.
 EQsm Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to identify, assess, and manage the emotions of oneself, others, and groups. Participants will explore how to increase their EI via four core skills to achieve the fullest personal and career potential. Attendees will:

  • Assess one’s own Emotional Intelligence (assessment will be used in the training);
  • Develop goals to increase Emotional Intelligence; and
  • Take EI back to the work environment
 Mindfulnesssm Mindfulness is not something that one “gets” or acquires. It already exists within —it is a deep internal resource that is patiently waiting to be reawakened and used in the service of learning, growing, and healing. Highly participatory, supportive, and structured, this program provides:

  • Guided instruction in mindfulness meditation practices;
  • Gentle stretching and mindful yoga; and
  • Exercises to enhance awareness in everyday life.
 Conversationssm This interactive session give employees and managers the confidence to deal with workplace employment matters promptly, with less stress and anxiety and with greater success.  Attendees will learn how to:

  • Use active listening;
  • Identify the key issues at the root of a problem;
  • Use a non-confrontational approach; and
  • Identify and explore potential solutions.
 Meetingssm A meeting is a process of coming together for a purpose.   Whether you are holding a small, large, regular or special meeting, it is critical to have someone in charge of planning, facilitating and following up after the meeting. Participants will learn how to:

  • Manage effective meetings;
  • Inspire useful participation;
  • Handle conflict in a group setting; and
  • Make meaningful group decisions.
 STATSsm Need to get something done and want it done right and on time? Use a Short Term Action Team (STAT).  We meet constantly, but never get anything done. This model will help participants take action and be heroes. Participants will learn how to:

  • Create a team that is productive and efficient;
  • Keep team members engaged and excited; and
  • Use effective tools that keep the group organized and on target.
 Supervisionsm Having a core handle of the basics of supervision is critical in being a great manager. As a manager, you will learn:

  • Your management style;
  • The art of conducting one-on-ones;
  • The basics of give effective and direct feedback;
  • How to hold your staff accountable; and
  • The skill of dealing with your staff’s emotions.
 Rewardingsm Understanding how to motivate the new generation of employees using rewards and recognition is critical to having a successful department. In this workshop, managers will:

  • Learn what motivates the new workforce;
  • How to implement a variety of recognition systems;
  • How to aligning strategy and rewards; and
  • Review hands-on tactics to help recognize and reward employees.
 Disciplinesm Learning how to discipline employees is an important skill as a manager. When done well everyone wins, including the employee. In this workshop, managers will learn:

  • How to focus on performance, not personalities;
  • How to have difficult conversations;
  • Turning discipline into a positive learning experience for the employee; and
  • The proper steps to disciplining the employee.
 Teamsm Teamwork is the heart and soul of a company, organization, family or relationship. Groups are comprised of individuals; and individual drive, skills and motivation are essential to the success of the group. In this workshop, managers will learn:

  • Methods of creating team empowerment;
  • The advantages of teams;
  • How to set up and supporting your teams; and
  • How to use meetings to put teams to work.

 

 

 

 

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