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Informational Interviews can be an excellent way to establish business relationships. Learn how to effectively set them up, then what questions to ask, how to listen AND get a chance to practice and get feedback.
Excellent Leadership means inspiring, encouraging and empowering the team members. One great way to do this is to brainstorm on everyone's Everybody Wins Ideas. In this session intended for teams, the facilitator will share the Everybody Wins mindset, then "go around the virtual room" as people brainstorm on how to put those in place. A second advanced leadership concept is to treat others as THEY want to be treated, which is NOT necessarily how YOU want to be treated. Part 2 of this session involves going around the room again with the team and each person shares how he/she likes to be treated in various areas.
This workshop consists of four 60 minute sessions that will help you become a conscious leader. INSPIRING AND INFLUENCING OTHERS Successful leaders spend little (if any) time focusing on what to say to get people to take action. Instead, great leaders focus on "how they can be" & this way of being INSPIRES others to accomplishment. In this session, you'll assess how you inspire in 14 different areas, and then come up with a plan on how to improve. DYNAMIC COMMUNICATION To best convey our message, it's beneficial to fully understand all aspects of communication. In this session, you'll learn about the 3 main facets - nonverbal, tone and words - and what percentage each makes up of our total communication. You'll assess yourself in each area and then craft your ideal image of yourself as a Dynamic Communicator. BUILDING & MAINTAINING POSITIVE WORKPLACE RELATIONSHIPS Take an in-depth look at your workplace relationships by articulating your criteria for positive, supportive relationships, and then assess key people that you interact with professionally and how they stack up. You will walk away with goals on cultivating more of the good (and less of the bad). Finally, you'll learn 5 strategies for how to deal with toxic work relationships. PROBLEM SOLVING In this Leadership-based session, you'll assess how you look at problems from a figurative energy standpoint. You'll then think about and decide how you can look at "problems" in a more empowering way. We will also explore the 4 phases of the Cycle of Change - Shuffle, Deal, Play the Game & Toss In. Finally, you'll learn 5 strategies for dealing with conflict or problems.
Emotional Intelligence is our ability to distinguish, understand and have a greater awareness of how our thoughts and feelings connect with our outward displays and behaviors. It�s ALSO the ability to manage and express appropriate emotions and, most importantly, help others do the same. In this session, you will learn more than a dozen attributes of a Leader who has medium to high EI, and then will assess yourself in each of those areas, and come up with a plan to improve.
Russ Terry
Career Development > Leadership
Recorded: Apr 23, 2014 at 08:00 am EST
This workshop is meant as a follow up to Russ Terry�s Learn to Lead seminar. Those who did join and those you haven�t seen it can both get something out of this. In it, you�ll explore your leadership strengths and gaps and will articulate your team members� strengths too. You will also assess yourself in the 8 key segments of conscious leadership, including Emotional Intelligence, Dynamic Communication, Problem Solving and Productivity.
Russ Terry
Career Development > Leadership
Recorded: Mar 12, 2014 at 08:00 am EST
Are you a leader? You don't have to be in a supervisory capacity to lead (although it certainly helps). This comprehensive workshop will explore the qualities of a great leader. Through interactive teachings and case studies this workshop will explore the tools and techniques you need to rise above the rest and truly excel as a leader. This workshop will teach you to navigate different personality styles with confidence and create a leadership persona that people will gravitate toward. You'll also learn how to be proactive (instead of reactive) in working with others.