Ujima Donalson, M.Ed.; Director, Professional & Organizational Development
Stepping into a leadership role calls for many different skills and management techniques. Learn your primary supervisory style with a self-assessment and then learn to flex that style in order to work successfully in various situations. Explore the concept of situational leadership and practice applying it in a variety of circumstances.
Chuck Pratt, Organizational Consultant and Instructor, Charles Pratt Consulting
People’s perception of your trustworthiness and credibility are critical to your ability to influence, motivate, and lead them. Tim Sanders, author of The Likeability Factor, states that likeable people “tend to land jobs more easily, find friends more quickly, and have happier relationships.” It is possible for all of us to become more likeable. In this workshop, draw from recent research and literature on likeability to learn strategies for increasing your own, and enhance your satisfaction and success.
Linda Callecod, Senior Consultant, Professional & Organizational Development
Many of us find ourselves in motivational slumps that can be hard to fight through. It can be difficult to just start the tasks we need to complete. Yet there are ways you can tackle a lack of self-motivation. This session will identify six simple keys to create internal momentum, increase your energy, and help get you back on track. Once you’ve ignited the momentum of self-motivation, you and your team members will be able to accomplish things you never thought possible.
Debrena Jackson Gandy, Author, Speaker, and Consultant, The Million Dollar Mentor
Are you depleted, overwhelmed, and always running out of time? This engaging seminar offers a counter-intuitive paradigm for living that equals more joy, more energy, and more fulfillment. Debrena will be sharing:
Mary Purdy, MS, RC, Clinical Nutritionist
Need more energy? Through with frequent flus that leave you feeling less than 100%? The solution may lie in your diet! What we eat affects how we think, feel, and perform. The bounty of nutrients we get from eating vibrant foods can bolster our immune systems, boost our brain power, and support our energy during a busy work day. Join us for this fun and interactive workshop and learn which foods can help keep you humming along from the inside out.
Doug Stucki, Workplace Planning and Guidance Consultant, Fidelity Investments
How healthy is your rainy day fund? Our future depends on saving and knowing how to do that can help create the future we desire. Whether you’re looking to prioritize saving to increase your peace of mind or choose the right investments to build security for retirement, the benefits of saving at work can help you reach your financial goals. Come on; get on the right path.
Susan Templeton, M.Ed.; Training and Organizational Consultant, Professional & Organizational Development
Would you like to be more productive and less stressed at work? Evaluate how your time is currently being spent and learn a novel technique to help you prioritize and increase your mental focus. We’ll review several tried-and-true time-saving methods and discuss the role procrastination plays in time management (and how to avoid it!)
Marguerite Langlois, M.Ed. ; Consultant and Instructor, MLanglois Online
How do you create goals for yourself that actually work out as planned? Learn specific steps you can take to change how you create goals and then follow through to successful completion. We’ll discuss practical solutions for the most common problems in goal-setting and implementation, as well as how to talk with others about your goals. You’ll leave with real-life examples to use as a guide for making your goal-setting clearer, more specific, and more effective.
Clive Shearer, Management Consultant and Author
From the first word of the subject line to the last word of the closing sentence, an e-mail can be useful and effective, or effectively useless. Learn tips and strategies for writing e-mails that catch people's attention, achieve your objectives, and won’t leave your readers guessing. Topics will include style and content, communication and follow-up strategies, helping others get to the point, and dealing with emotion in e-mails.Click here to register