ENTERPRISE Leadership Development

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Enterprise Leadership Development 

(through Group Coaching)

Is Your Organization Ready To Move To The Next Level?

Did you know that…?

“…companies ranked in the top 20 for leadership acumen significantly outperformed the S&P 500 in both the short and long term…”

High Performance Cultures Don’t Happen By Accident! Is Your Organization Ready To Move To The Next Level?

An Enterprise Leadership Development Program represents a significant tool for businesses striving to attract, motivate, develop and retain a workforce that will sustain a high performance culture.

Creating a high performance culture demands a focused commitment from the most senior members of your organization.

We work across the Engineering, Science and IT community helping leaders, influencers, and high potentials learn together to improve group interaction, team dynamic, collaboration skills and leadership competence.

Does Your Organization Need A Talent Development Program?

Developing a talent development program can be wasteful without first assessing the needs of your organization. As an Executive Leadership Coach Dr Tina works with you to assess, identify and implement talent development solutions that achieve your leadership development goals, with minimum disruption, measurable results, and maximum knowledge transfer.

Prescription Without Diagnosis Is Malpractice!

Whether you’re evaluating your whole company or a department, we can help. When moving your organization to the next level, you need a talent strategy. We work with you at every stage—giving guidance and solutions, then measuring and evaluating, until we reach our desired results together. Once you identify your organization’s key challenges and your roadmap to closing gaps, it’s time to find the right mix of delivery formats to best fit your needs.

Download an overview of the Enterprise Leadership Development Program Here

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We offer group coaching through a variety of medium including e-learning, webinars, and on-site workshops. The primary difference between e-learning, webinars and workshops is the format or medium in which each event is held, the complexity of the learning requirement, the number of hours of instruction, the number of potential participants, and the cost*.

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#1: e-LEARNING lms-talent_big

An Online Class is asynchronous and completed virtually utilizing internet-based courseware, which is SCORM 1.2 compliant, and built on the globally recognized talent.lms learning management system platform. The delivery system is ideal for employees or individuals needing content specific interventions or skill enhancement training and the course can be completed at any time that suits the participant.

COST:

Typically $6500 per bespoke course. Number of participants unlimited. Typically 60-90 minutes in duration.

 

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#2: WEBINARexpert

A virtual webinar is synchronous and transmitted over the WEB using Video Conferencing Software. As a participant you listen and learn from our experienced speakers. A short period for questions and answers is included at the conclusion of the presentation. Delivery is facilitated through the expertise.tv webinar platform.

Typically $6500 per bespoke course. Number of participants unlimited. Typically 60-90 minutes in duration.

Hybrid webinar/e-learning offerings a of longer duration can be offered to small groups that simulate workshops and which include advance reading, breakout discussions, and several hours of training provided concurrently or over consecutive days. Please contact us directly for more information at info@MCGConsultingGroup.com

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#3: WORKSHOP

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Typically  up to 10 participants, however for 11 to 20 participants add 35% for additional resources. An onsite workshop includes customized hands-on activities designed to accelerate individual and group learning. The interactive and customized format also serves to (1) more deeply engage each participant, (2) leverage adult learning preferences, (3) create group awareness, (4) build organizational bridges, and (5) strengthen the team dynamic. As a participant a specific number of attendees interact with our experienced facilitator in a workshop customized specifically for your business, organization and group needs.

COST:

  • $8,0000 per 4 hour session
  • $10,000 per 8-hour session

MULTIPLE-DAY WORKSHOP COST: Typically  up to 10 participants, however for 11 to 20 participants add 35% for additional resources

  • 2-DAY $17,000
  • 3-DAY $$22,000
  • 4-DAY $27,000

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Building Better People Skills Workshop

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100-Minute Group Coaching© Program

100-Minute Group Coaching© has been developed to provide executive leadership skills training and group coaching with the minimum disruption – and the maximum impact. Based on the principles of high performance executive coaching and using accelerated training methods, each 100-minute group coaching session offers a high impact, high energy workgroup or team intervention. As a participant you and up to 9 other (10 total) attendees interact with our experienced executive leadership coach in a workshop customized specifically for your business, organization and group needs. Each coaching workshop are delivered on your premises to suit your timetable.

100-Minute Group Coaching© Program:

$8000/1 Group Coaching Sessions on the same day

$10000/2 Group Coaching Sessions on the same day

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All programs can be discounted when multiple sessions are booked in advance. Other direct costs include travel and per diem.

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SEMINAR/WEBINAR/WORKSHOP/GROUP COACHING

Topic Or Area

1811 ACHIEVING LEADERSHIP SUCCESS THROUGH PEOPLE
Lead more effectively by creating rapport, synergy and two-way trust. (TAG- Leadership, Leading)

1812 ALIGN PROJECT TEAM MEMBERS AROUND SCOPE, SCHEDULE AND PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES
Explore and develop your ability to align project team members around project parameters, to gain support and commitment for scope, schedule and performance outcomes. (TAG- Team Leadership)

1813 ALIGN TEAM DYNAMICS AROUND POSITIVE BEHAVIOR AND DESIRED CULTURAL NORMS
Explore and develop your ability to align team dynamics around positive behavior and desired cultural norms. (TAG- Team Leadership)

1814 ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING FOR MANAGERS
Learn how to channel assertiveness skills to interact more effectively with people throughout your organization. (TAG- Behavior, Management, Leadership)

1815 BUILDING BETTER WORK RELATIONSHIPS
Explore and develop techniques for results-oriented communication. Learn why successful work relationships help build successful careers! (TAG- Relationship, Communication)

1816 BUILDING PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY AND CAPABILITIES WITHIN YOUR TEAM
Does your project team (and the individual members) exhibit self-awareness, solid communication skills, and motivation to pursue project objectives and resolve uncomfortable situations? Explore and develop your capacity to mentor these crucial skills within your team. (TAG- Skill Development, Team Leadership, Communication, Mentor, Coach)

1817 CHALLENGES IN TODAY’S WORKPLACE
Explore and develop skills to increase awareness of the complex interpersonal and intergenerational challenges found in today’s workplace. Learn how to create positive behaviors as a cultural norm within your organization and improve morale, increase productivity and achieve business goals through awareness of others. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement).

1818 COACHING – A STRATEGIC TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
 Explore skills for coaching employees to improve the effectiveness of individuals and teams! (TAG- Team Leadership, Management, Coaching)

1819 COACHING AND COUNSELING FOR OUTSTANDING JOB PERFORMANCE
Explore and enhance the potential of every employee to become more effective, productive and committed members of your organization. (TAG- Coach, Mentor, Behavior, Team Leadership, Manager, Supervisor, Leader)

1820 COACHING FROM A DISTANCE
Explore techniques for developing your team when you can’t be face to face. Successful leadership coaching is challenging and rewarding—but coaching remotely or in a virtual environment demands all-new rules. (TAG- Virtual, Team Leadership, Management, Coaching)

1821 COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP SKILLS FOR MANAGERS
Explore and develop essential collaborative skills to build team commitment to enhance team commitment and individual performance. (TAG- Collaboration, Team Leadership, Management, Performance)

1822 COMMUNICATING UP, DOWN AND ACROSS THE ORGANIZATION
Be heard and understood – regardless of where you sit in the organization. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence).

1823 COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR TECHNICAL MANAGERS
Explore and develop new skills to achieve success. Technical professionals must have strong and flexible interpersonal and communication skills training in addition to their technical abilities in order to lead their team and to “be heard” within their organization. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Technical)

1824 CONFLICT MANAGEMENT – CONFRONTING THE TOUGH ISSUES
Explore and develop awareness and skills towards anticipating, managing and mitigating workplace conflict. (TAG- Conflict, Communication, Listening, Influence, Behavior)

1825 CONNECTING IN YOUR NETWORK
 Somebody you know today knows somebody who can help you in the future. Explore and develop strategies for building relationships within your network that will serve you well in your worklife. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Network, Relationship)

1826 MANAGING THE FALLOUT OF AN ADVERSE CLIMATE SURVEY. Explore and develop new skills towards addressing the root cause of adverse climate survey results. The goal of this workshop is to help leadership teams individually and collectively 1. To build their leadership capacity; 2. To enhance their executive presence; 3. To identify and embrace positive behaviors 4. Reinforce positive relationships, and 5. To commit to supporting each other and hold each other accountable for their professional development. (TAG- Climate, Culture, Team Leadership, Behavior, Relationships, Awareness, Personal Growth).

1827 CREATE A RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE
 Learn how to improve morale, increase productivity and achieve business goals through a respectful workplace culture. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1828 CRITICAL THINKING AS A WAY OF LIFE
Explore and develop critical thinking skills, which will give you ways to arrive at better decisions and can help you determine what matters most in any worklife or workplace challenge. (TAG- Critical Thinking, Listening, Influence, Productivity, Engagement)

1829 CULTURE MATERS
Explore, build and support a more respectful, positive and productive workplace culture and climate. (TAG- Communication, Culture, Climate, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1830 DELEGATION 101
Learn how to “let go” and delegate as a new team leader or supervisor (TAG- Delegation, Listening, Influence, Respect, Morale, Productivity, and Engagement)

1831 DELEGATION AND THE ART OF ENTRUSTING YOUR WORK TO OTHERS
Leaders thrive when they create new leaders and effective followers – this begins by successfully delegating to others. (TAG- Delegation, Listening, Influence, Respect, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1832 DEVELOP ADVANCED LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES
Through effective leadership communication, motivate action at every level and influence even the toughest executives, customers, subordinates and stakeholders. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Leadership, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1833 DEVELOP YOUR EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Explore and develop a strategy to identify and achieve necessary executive leadership skills and an authentic leadership presence. (TAG- Leadership, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1834 DYNAMIC LISTENING SKILLS FOR SUCCESSFUL COMMUNICATION
Explore and develop dynamic listening skills to ensure effective communication. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1835 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
On developing your emotional intelligence. Understand the connection between emotions and actions. (TAG- Emotional Intelligence, EQ, Influence, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Emotion)

1836 ETHICS IN THE WORKPLACE – WHY DO THEY MATTER? Explore and identify what ethical behavior is and why it matters in the workplace, and learn how to promote ethical decision making and build trust through good ethical behavior and good communication,. (TAG- Ethics, Communication, Listening, Influence, Behavior).

1837 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
An intensive multi-day executive leadership training event, customized to mirror and promote your organizations’ strategic mission, vision, goals and objectives, which explores your role as a leader, visionary and strategic thinker! (TAG- Leadership, Followership, Management, Mission, Vision, Goals, Values, Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1838 EXPANDING YOUR INFLUENCE
Understanding the psychology of persuasion. Uncover persuasion techniques that most people don’t even know exist—and use them to build your professional influence. (TAG- Leadership, Management, Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Influence, Persuasion, Productivity, Engagement)

1839 GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES AT WORK
Worklife expectancy is expanding. Explore and develop an awareness of workplace and worklife issues that are unique to each generation and how these differences demand different management and leadership skills. (TAG- Leadership, Followership, Management, Values, Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Generation, Veterans…Baby Boomers..Genxers …Nexters, Millennials).

1840 GETTING RESULTS WITHOUT AUTHORITY
Ever wonder how some people get things done even though they have no real authority. The ability to win respect, influence people and cultivate cooperation is essential to career success—especially since the people with whom you interact can change without warning. (TAG- Listening, Influence, Civility, Respect, Relationship, Engagement).

1841 HEY JERK! ARE YOU A HORRIBLE BOSS?
Awareness of self and awareness of others are key to successful careers and organizational performance. What you don’t know about your own behavior could be killing your ability to lead your team. (TAG- Leadership, Values, Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Behavior)

1842 HIGH PERFORMANCE CULTURES DON’T HAPPEN BY ACCIDENT
Explore and develop an awareness of how to create and sustain a high performance culture. (TAG- Leadership, Values, Communication, Influence, Culture, Productivity, Engagement).

1843 HOW LEADERS AND MANAGERS CHOOSE TO ACT CIVIL – SUCCESSFULLY! Explore and develop skills to create positive behaviors as a cultural norm within your organization. Learn how to improve morale, increase productivity and achieve business goals through exemplifying civil behavior and recognizing and rewarding it in others. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1844 HOW SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE BEAT STRESS
Explore and develop skills to increase awareness of and identify, manage and mitigate stress in your worklife. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Stress Management).

1845 HOW SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE HANDLE TOXIC PEOPLE
Explore and develop skills to increase awareness of and identify, manage and mitigate toxic people in your worklife. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Morale, Conflict Management).

1846 HOW TO “DO” STRATEGIC PLANNING
Develop the best strategic planning process to support your company’s goals. (TAG- Strategy, Strategic Planning, Productivity, Engagement, Mission, Vison, Goals).

1847 HOW TO AVOID THE PITFALLS OF COSTLY BAD BEHAVIOR AT WORK
 Workplace civility matters so understanding the cost of bad behavior and learning strategies to create a culture of good behavior will help your bottom line. (TAG- Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Behavior, Productivity, Engagement).

1848 HOW TO BE A BAD LEADER OR A HORRIBLE BOSS!
Explore and develop skills to increase awareness of what it takes to behave as a bad leader or horrible boss. Develop your own comedic tale of leadership malfeasance to humorously illustrate how NOT to be a good boss or leader/ Learn how to identify negative behaviors within your organization and decrease morale, decrease productivity and sabotage business goals through disregard and disrespect of others. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Leadership, Humor).

1849 HOW TO CREATE A CIVIL WORKPLACE
Explore and develop skills to create a civil workplace. Learn how to improve morale, increase productivity and achieve business goals through a respectful workplace culture. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement).

1850 HOW TO CULTIVATE AND SUSTAIN CIVILITY WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION
 Explore and develop skills to create positive behaviors as a cultural norm within your organization. Learn how to improve morale, increase productivity and achieve business goals through exemplifying civil behavior and recognizing and rewarding it in others. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement).

1851 HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Explore and develop your communication skills and improve every aspect of your work relationships. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement).

1852 HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS
 You have the power to create change and inspire successful outcomes as an effective manager. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1853 HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
Explore and develop self-direction skills to maximize your productivity, regardless of distractions, so you can get focused and stay focused. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1854 HOW TO LEAD MILLENNIALS
What you don’t know about leading Millennials will kill your business. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Millennials).

1855 HOW TO LEAVE YOUR ADVERSARY WITH THEIR DIGNITY
 Explore and develop skills to increase awareness of dealing with hostile and antagonistic professional adversaries professionally – yet allowing them to retain their dignity and save face. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Morale, Conflict Management).

1856 HOW TO MANAGE CHAOS IN THE WORKPLACE
Explore and develop skills to set priorities and make decisions under pressure – learn how to find or cerate control within chaos. (TAG- Chaos, Influence, Productivity, Management).

1857 HOW TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK WHEN THEIR STYLE IS DIFFERENT THAN YOURS
 As most experienced leaders know, people come in all shapes and sizes, and what works for one employee in terms of communicating, motivating, giving feedback, etc., doesn’t have the same results with another employee. Explore and develop awareness of these behavior styles and reflect upon your own – to allow you to adjust your behavior to meet others’ needs. It will take the most effort to relate to employees who demonstrate the style you least identify with. . (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Feedback, Coaching).

1858 INDIVIDUAL COACHING
 As an individual coach I do not seek to impart technical or operational knowledge but rather to assist with the behavioral aspects of leadership and group interaction, including creating self-awareness and awareness of others. (TAG- Coaching).

1859 INDIVIDUAL/TEAM COACHING
As an individual and team coach I do not seek to impart technical or operational knowledge but rather to assist with the behavioral aspects of leadership and group interaction, including creating self-awareness and awareness of others. (TAG- Coach, Mentor, Self-Awareness, Awareness)

1860 INFLUENCING SKILLS CAN BE LEARNED
Explore and develop new way of getting results working through others, regardless of your positional power. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1861 INFLUENTIAL INTELLIGENCE
Debunking the mystique and mastering the art of influence over others. Explore and develop influence skills. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1862 INTERPERSONAL SKILLS FOR MANAGERS
Explore the importance of and develop new skills to enhance your interpersonal abilities towards becoming a more effective manager. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Interpersonal Skills, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1863 LEADERSHIP & EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
 An intensive multi-day executive leadership training event, customized to mirror and promote your organizations’ strategic mission, vision, goals and objectives, which explores your role as a leader, visionary and strategic thinker! (TAG- Leadership, Followership, Management, Mission, Vison, Goals, Values, Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement)

1864 LEADERSHIP AND TEAM DEVELOPMENT FOR MANAGERIAL SUCCESS
Explore and develop effective leadership skills for managers to inspire and influence your followers and team members to achieve team goals! (TAG- Leadership, Team Development, Management).

1865 LEADERSHIP AND THE ART OF INFLUENCE
Explore and develop your ability to influence others, to gain support and commitment for shared projects. (TAG- Influence, Leadership).

1866 LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES – HOW TO DEFINE AND CREATE THEM
Explore how to identify and build an executive leadership style that creates trust, sets a clear vision and guides your team to greater performance and profit. (TAG- Leadership, Influence).

1867 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR WOMEN
For women looking to Explore and develop their leadership skills and executive presence so as to achieve greater influence, advance their careers, and help their organizations incorporate diverse perspectives towards improving the bottom line. (TAG- Leadership, Women, Management).

1868 LEADERSHIP PREPAREDNESS AND THE PARABLE OF THE SOWER
As leaders we have a duty to both prepare ourselves, as well as those we choose to lead. We gain authenticity in our leadership role when we have prepared for the task. As leaders we are bound to coach, teach, and mentor our work team, our volunteer organization and even our families. What steps do you have to take to be more prepared as a leader for the future? (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership, Coach, Teach, Mentor).

1869 LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND TEAM DEVELOPMENT FOR TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS
For technical professionals looking to Explore and develop their leadership skills and executive presence so as to achieve greater influence, advance their careers, and help their organizations incorporate diverse perspectives towards improving the bottom line. (TAG- Technical, Leadership, Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1870 LEADERSHIP SKILLS FOR SUPERVISORS
 Exploring and developing the skills that propel you to the next level of success. (TAG- Leadership, Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1871 LEADING VIRTUAL AND REMOTE TEAMS
 Explore and develop skills necessary to lead cohesive long-distance teams that can actually outperform face to face teams. (TAG- Virtual, Remote, Leadership, Engagement, Management).

1872 LEADING WITH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Explore and develop awareness of the art and application of emotional intelligence. Based on the research and bestselling book by Daniel Goleman, Leadership
The Power Of Emotional Intelligence
. (TAG- Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, EQ).

1873 MAKE YOUR ORGANIZATION’S VALUES MEAN SOMETHING
Communication. Respect. Integrity. Excellence. They sound pretty good, don’t they? Strong, concise, meaningful. Maybe they even resemble your own company’s values, the ones you spent so much time writing, debating, and revising. If so, you should be nervous. These are the corporate values of Enron, as stated in the company’s 2000 annual report. And as events have shown, they’re not meaningful; they’re meaningless. Examine your current value statements and their application within the context of your organizations strategic plan, mission, vision, goals and objectives. (TAG- Values, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1874 MAKING THE TRANSITION FROM STAFF MEMBER TO TEAM LEADER OR SUPERVISOR
Explore and develop new skills to effectively and smoothly manage the change in your role within the organization. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1875 MAKING THE TRANSITION TO MANAGEMENT
Explore and develop the foundation for a new career in management and effectively and smoothly manage the change in your role within the organization. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1876 MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP BOOT CAMP
While you were busy becoming a technical expert or a great project manager you may have missed the corporate lessons in how to become an effective manage or leader. Explore and develop a quick, intensive awareness of the skills every manager needs and develop a strategy to quickly acquire these skills. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1877 MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS
Enhance your performance with management and leadership capabilities. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1878 POST-SURVEY
HOW TO DEVELOP AND EXECUTE TRANSFORMATIVE TEAM BUILDING AND NEW LEADERSHIP SKILLS AFTER A CLIMATE ASSESSMENT SURVEY. 
Establishing and reinforcing positive relationships and effective organizational leadership begins with self-reflection and exploration of strategies to address the root cause of adverse climate survey findings; to include exploring gaps in leadership capacity with the short-term purpose of building new competencies and skill, and the long term strategy associated of identifying and developing a self-directed leadership improvement program. The goal of this workshop is to help leadership teams individually and collectively 1. To build their leadership capacity; 2. To enhance their executive presence; 3. To identify and embrace positive behaviors 4. Reinforce positive relationships, and 5. To commit to supporting each other and hold each other accountable for their professional development. (TAG- Climate, Culture, Team Leadership, Behavior, Relationships, Awareness, Personal Growth).

1879 MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NEW SUPERVISORS
Take your management skills to a higher level of proficiency and smoothly manage the change in your role within the organization. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1880 MANAGING EMOTIONS IN THE WORKPLACE
Explore and develop strategies for success and understand how emotions affect your job performance—and learn practical techniques to manage them. (TAG- Emotions, Self-Awareness).

1881 MANAGING FOR TODAY’S TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS
You have the experience and technical skills …. Now add the management know-how to influence outcomes and drive results. (TAG- Influence, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1882 MANAGING THE TRIANGLE
YOUR BOSS, YOUR STAFF, AND KEY STAKEHOLDERS

Explore and develop skills to increase awareness of the complex interpersonal and inter-organizational challenges found in large organizations and bureaucracies. Learn how to navigate the seemingly competing demands of leaders, staff and stakeholders and create positive behaviors as a cultural norm to improve morale, increase productivity and achieve business goals. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Stakeholder).

1883 MOVING FROM AN OPERATIONAL MANAGER TO A STRATEGIC LEADER
Seize this opportunity to anticipate, initiate and manage change, to explore the Seven Transformations of Leadership and smoothly manage the change in your role within the organization. (TAG- Transformation, Leadership, Change).

1884 NO PIG WRESTLING AT WORK
 Explore why workplace pig wrestling and other deviant workplace behavior (including pettiness, backstabbing, gossiping, smallness, quarreling, and sniping), is counterproductive and develop other strategies to effectively respond to deviant behavior. (TAG- Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement).

1885 ORGANIZING YOUR WORKDAY TO WORK SMARTER AND NOT HARDER
Explore and develop new techniques for administrative professionals
Tackle the tougher job challenges of today’s workplace with new organizational skills. (TAG- Productivity, Engagement, Organizational Skills).

1886 OVERCOMING BAD BEHAVIORS AND MOVING AHEAD
Explore, identify and break behavior patterns that hold you back
You may be your career’s worst enemy. Change your professional image by overcoming destructive workplace behavior AND helping others to see and believe the new you! (TAG- Behavior, Influence, Relationship, Leadership).

1887 PARTNERING WITH YOUR BOSS
Explore and develop strategic skills for administrative professionals towards understanding the importance of your role and improving your performance within the organization. Learn how to get more out of your work by partnering with your boss and understanding his/her challenges and how to support his role in the organization. (TAG- Listening, Influence, Engagement).

1888 POOR MANAGEMENT BEHAVIORS THAT COST ORGANIZATIONS
Explore and identify a behavioral profile of bosses that bully and how you can eliminate or mitigate these behaviors in your peers and subordinates. (TAG- Influence, Morale, Leadership, Management, Bully, Behavior).

1889 PREPARING FOR LEADERSHIP –  WHAT IT TAKES TO TAKE THE LEAD
Do you need leadership training to prepare you to take that next step? Explore what it takes to be a great leader. Learn how to get noticed and selected for a leadership position and develop effective leadership skills required from confident leaders. (TAG- Leadership, Training, Awareness).

1890 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS
Is there an advantage to learning project management skills for administrative professionals? Yes, absolutely! (TAG- Project Management, Productivity, Organizational Skills).

1891 PROJECT STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT
Explore and identify who your project/team/organization/professional stakeholders are and learn how to build trust through good communication, keeping projects on time, on budget, in scope while better managing project scope creep. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Stakeholder).

1892 PROJECT TEAM LEADERSHIP
Explore and develop skills to build commitment through superior communication. Create more successes through enhanced project leadership, influence, communication and negotiation skills. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Project Management, Negotiation).

1893 RESPONDING TO CONFLICT
Explore and develop strategies for improved communication. Increase your success by proactively and positively managing conflict. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Conflict).

1894 SEVERAL REASONS NOT TO BULLY MILLENNIALS
How to positively lead and manage this workgroup when 84% of Millennials say making a difference in the world is more important than professional recognition. . (TAG- Influence, Conflict, Bully, Millennials).

1896 STRATEGIC PLANNING – HOW TO DO IT!
 Improve your knowledge of strategic planning to understand what is involved in creating, executing and measuring a plan —and increase your value to your organization!. (TAG- Strategic Planning, Relationship, Influence).

1897 STRATEGIC THINKING
Explore and develop a strategic mindset to increase the success of your strategic plans. (TAG- Critical Thinking, Strategic Planning, Relationship, Influence).

1898 STRATEGY EXECUTION- GETTING IT DONE
Explore and develop the skills and knowledge to accomplish what so many others don’t—the successful implementation of strategic goals. (TAG- Critical Thinking, Strategic Planning, Relationship, Influence, Execution).

1899 SUCCESSFULLY MANAGING PEOPLE
Explore and develop the skills to become the catalyst that motivates your team to heightened productivity. (TAG- Influence, Motivation, Leadership, Management).

1900 TAKING ON GREATER RESPONSIBILITY…..STEP-UP SKILLS FOR NON-MANAGERS
Explore and develop new skills to meeting new job demands! (TAG- Critical Thinking, Planning, Project Management, Relationship, Influence).

1901 TAMING YOUR ORGANIZATIONS WHITE SPACE
Explore how your organization functions and where the handoffs occurs and what falls through the cracks into the whitespace. The end result of this review helps your workgroup to identify process improvements towards improving outcomes. (TAG- Leadership, Management, Organization, Process, Relationship, Influence).

1902 TEAM BUILDING – REINFORCING POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS
Explore and develop your ability to build teams that embrace positive behavior and reinforce positive relationships. (TAG- Team Leadership, behavior, relationships)

1903 TEAM COACHING
 As a team coach I do not seek to impart technical or operational knowledge but rather to assist with the behavioral aspects of leadership and group interaction, including creating self-awareness and awareness of others. (TAG- Coaching).

1904 TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS – COMMUNICATION AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
Explore and develop essential communication and interpersonal skills for technical professionals. (TAG- Communication, Relationship, Influence).

1905 THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE FOR MANAGERS
Explore and develop skills to cultivate effectiveness, lead with excellence and transform your team for breakthrough results. Live the philosophy of the seven habits of highly effective people to create dramatic change in your life and improve your personal and professional effectiveness. (TAG- Leadership, Coaching, Relationship, Influence).

1906 THE ART OF FOLLOWERSHIP
Explore and develop our personal understanding and expectations as a follower and from our own followers. Whether we are followers or leaders, take some time to reflect upon our followership ethos, if only to know where we stand when faced with working for poor or inadequate leaders, or underperforming followers. (TAG- Leadership, Follower, Relationship, Influence).

1907 THE ART OF NETWORKING
 Explore why networking is important and develop new skills towards improving your networking ability(TAG- Network, Relationship, Influence).

1908 THE BLUES BROTHERS MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
The iconic Blues Brothers movie (1980) is both instructional as a management strategy parable, as well as a comedic tale of redemption for Jake and his brother Elwood Blues. If Jake and Elwood sat down and penned their management strategy it was probably lost to the cutting room floor. However, at a minimum, a management strategy answers four basic questions about the project; Why?, What?, Who?, and When?, and, as a fifth element both The Blues Brothers and an effective management team will also acknowledge yet ignore the phenomenon of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity). (TAG- Critical Thinking, Strategic Planning, Management Strategy).

1909 THE EFFECTIVE FACILITATOR
Explore and develop new skills towards maximizing involvement and results. Become an effective meeting facilitator who brings out the best in individual and team performance. (TAG- Facilitate, Influence).

1910 THE PITFALL OF DOING IT ALL
 Explore how to stay focused and engaged and learn how to prioritize and effectively manage multiple “real-life” challenges to increase your value and effectiveness. (TAG- Critical Thinking, Planning, Time Management).

1911 THE POWER OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT
Explore the impact that “acknowledgment” has on individuals and teams as it serves as the elixir of great leadership. Recall if you will a time when someone acknowledged your existence, your presence, or your contribution. How did that make you feel? (TAG- Management, Acknowledgement, Influence. Leadership).

1912 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MANAGEMENT
 Explore why people do what they do. Understand and harness the intrinsic power of human nature towards becoming an influential manager and leader. (TAG-, Influence, Leadership, Management).

1913 THE SEVEN TRANSFORMATIONS OF LEADERSHIP
Explore how leaders who undertake a voyage of personal understanding and development can transform not only their own capabilities but also those of their companies. Leaders who make an effort to understand their own action logic can improve their ability to lead. But to do that, it’s important first to understand what kind of leader you already are. (TAG- Leadership, Personal Growth, Transformation).

1914 THE VOICE OF LEADERSHIP
Explore and understand how leaders inspire, influence and achieve results. Develop new skills to master crucial leadership communication skills for maximum impact. (TAG- Leadership, Communication, Influence).

1915 TIME MANAGEMENT
Explore how to get more of the right things done! Learn (or relearn) time management skills and discover how to eliminate time-wasters and watch productivity soar. (TAG- Time Management, Productivity).

1916 UNCONSCIOUS BIAS – WHAT IS IT AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT? Prejudice and discrimination are detrimental to the success of any organization. Yet research demonstrates that we all harbor prejudices; at a minimum, everyone is subject to their own unconscious bias. Consider this
Less than 15% of American men are over six foot tall, yet almost 60% of corporate CEOs are over six foot tall. Why does this happen and why do we attribute strengths to one group yet not see them in another? Lately, the concept of unconscious bias or “hidden bias” has come into the forefront as research demonstrates that we all harbor unconscious biases. Many of these prejudices that are deeply held in our unconscious can unconsciously influence how we act toward one another in our organizations. The good news is that enhanced awareness and training can create an inclusive culture that identifies and helps eliminate these hidden biases.   (TAG- Leadership, Personal Growth, Transformation, Bias, Awareness, Diversity).

1917 UNDERSTANDING THE “WHY” OF WHY WE WORK
 Explore why we work, and why others work as well as the meaning we each derive from our work lives. Knowing the “why” for each member of our workgroup allows us to modify our behavior towards optimizing their input and creating and sustaining a high performing organization. (TAG- Leadership, Awareness, Transformation, Worklife, Behavior, High Performance).

1918 WHAT GOT YOU HERE WON’T GET YOU THERE
Explore existing behaviors and develop new awareness of what aspects of current behaviors are causing you to stagnate. This work is based upon the bestselling book by Marshall Goldsmith – you will learn how to recognize behaviors that accelerated you to your current position but are now holding you back. (TAG- Behavior, Personal Growth, Transformation, Awareness).

1919 TRANSFORMATIVE MEDIATION
Assist in mediating group conflict through the transformative approach to mediation, which does not seek resolution of the immediate problem, but rather, seeks the empowerment and mutual recognition of the parties involved. Empowerment means enabling the parties to define their own issues and to seek solutions on their own. Recognition means enabling the parties to see and understand the other person’s point of view – to understand how they define the problem and why they seek the solution that they do.  (TAG- Mediation, Behavior, Relationships, Conflict Resolution, Coaching, Facilitation)

1920 RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS
RECHARGE LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND TEAM DEVELOPMENT WITHIN AN EXISTING TEAM
For existing teams looking to explore and reinvigorate leadership skills and executive presence so engage with greater influence, and help their organization incorporate diverse perspectives towards improving the bottom line. (TAG- HOT, Leadership, Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1921 TRANSFORMATIVE TEAM BUILDING – ESTABLISHING AND REINFORCING POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS
 Begin to explore and transform your team, identify and embrace positive behavior and reinforce positive relationships. (TAG- Team Leadership, behavior, relationships).

1922 REBUILDING TRUST – AN ETHICAL LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP
For existing teams looking to explore and reinvigorate trust and ethical leadership towards improving working relationships and the bottom line. (TAG- Trust, Leadership, Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management).

1923 CORPORATE COMPLIANCE AND ETHICS – BEGINNING THE CONVERSATION
Explore and identify what we mean when we talk about what compliance and ethical behavior is, and why it matters to the organization. Learn about the individual subjects of organizational ethics, integrity, social responsibility, and compliance as well as their interrelationships (TAG- Ethics, Compliance, Communication, Listening, Influence, Behavior).

1924 WORKPLACE CIVILITY MATTERS
Explore how to avoid the pitfalls of costly bad behavior at work
through learning strategies to create a culture of good behavior will help your bottom line. (TAG- Influence, Civility, Culture, Respect, Relationship, Behavior, Productivity, Engagement).

1925 CREATING EFFECTIVE RELATIONSHIPS AND ESTABLISHING THE ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE
Explore the relationship between interpersonal relationships and effective organizational climate. Research is clear that if leaders want their employees to be more committed to the organization, which ultimately reduces turnover and the numbers of absent days, then they must develop close and interpersonal relationships with their employees.

1926 STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP VERSUS TACTICAL MANAGEMENT
Explore the differences between tactical management and strategic leadership and the importance of growing strategic leadership capacity.

1927 MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR NEW MANAGERS
Explore and develop the foundational skills you need to succeed smoothly manage the change in your role within the organization. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1928 3 WAYS LEADERS DEVELOP MORE POSITIVE WORKPLACE RELATIONSHIPS 

1929 HOW EFFECTIVE LEADERS MANAGE CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE

1930 SMALL GROUP MEDIATION
Assist in mediating small group conflict through facilitation and coaching. (TAG- Mediation, Behavior, Relationships, Conflict Resolution, Coaching, Facilitation)

1931 CULTURE, INCENTIVES AND ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING
Culture trumps strategy! Organizational culture is an incredibly powerful driver of workplace behavior and is therefore fundamentally important to Ethics and Compliance. What then is an ethical culture and how can you create and measure it? Explore and evaluate the critical components of your organizational culture to include existing frameworks towards identifying and understanding the foundation to behavioral ethics.

1932 MANAGING GRIEF AT WORK
Explore and develop the foundational skills you need to address and manage grief within your organization, from death, downsizing, serious illness, or other tragedy. People grieve in a number of different ways and over different time periods. (TAG- Communication, Listening, Influence, Relationship, Grief, Morale, Productivity, Engagement, Management, Leadership).

1933 HOW GREAT MANAGERS ERADICATE WORKPLACE INCIVILITY

2100 THE LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT COURSE
 Develop and enhance your self-awareness and awareness of others, while building leadership capacity and executive presence through experiential executive leadership development and training techniques.

2101 TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE PRINCIPLES OF ADULT LEARNING
 Explore and discuss how, as pioneer in the field of adult learning, Malcolm Knowles was the first to theorize how adults learner, and described adult learning as a process of self-directed inquiry.

2102 TOWARDS UNDERSTAND CLASSROOM OPTIMIZATION
 Explore how a variety of external factors can impact the learning environment

2103 TOWARDS EXPLORING CHALLENGING CLASSROOM SITUATIONS
From the perspective of the adult learner there may be situations which occur that are challenging to their learning experience. Explore which type of situations may disrupt your learning experience

2104 TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING HOW FACILITATION WORKS FOR ADULT LEARNERS
Facilitation is defined as the coordination of an activity or exercise so that all group members are encouraged to participate in a meaningful way. It is the process by which the facilitator taps into the experience, expertise, skills, knowledge, and abilities of the participants in order to meet their instructional goal.

2105 TOWARDS BECOMING FAMILIAR WITH THE VARIETY AND ADVANTAGE OF VARIOUS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
 Explore and discuss how instructional strategies have an impact on how students learn and retain new knowledge.

2106 THE ART OF ACTIVE LISTENING
Explore the receiving end of communication and discuss the elements and advantages of the art of active listening

2107 WHAT THE HECK ARE ASSUMPTIONS, BIASES, MINDSETS AND UNCONSCIOUS BIAS? As a leader your ability to understand what others are saying is both enabled and challenged by your natural tendency towards Assumptions, Biases, Mindsets and your Unconscious Bias. Explore the way these patterns of understanding or formed and how they can impact your learning and your understanding in any given role.

2108 LEADING TEAMS
 Explore the competencies needed to build and lead high performance teams, specifically the competencies for promoting understanding, ensuring the team has adequate knowledge, and facilitating effective interaction.

2109 DEVELOPING AND COMMUNICATING A VISION
Explore and discuss and demystify and resolve that there is actually nothing mystical about creating a vision.

2110 CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
YOUR KEYS TO A SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION
EXPLORE
. Explore how creativity is no mystery but a function of knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation.

2111 LEADING CHANGE WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION
Explore, discuss and understand that change is constant and this is the first step to managing and leading change – specifically as change has grown tremendously in organizations during the past two decades due to powerful macroeconomic forces

2112 LEADING IN AN ERA OF COMPLEXITY AND INCREASED UNCERTAINTY
 Explore, discuss, and develop a new leadership perspective that extends beyond bureaucratic assumptions to add a view of leadership as a complex interactive dynamic through which adaptive outcomes emerge.

2113 EVALUATION OF (PRE-COURSE) PERFORMANCE AND FEEDBACK
 Present for discussion and completion a pre-course work evaluation sheet (Kirkpatrick Level 2 Evaluation), to evaluate the effectiveness of the MBTI ®personality assessment and leadership style assessment and feedback, especially in light of the 3-day workshop and leadership development and training program.

2114 EVALUATION OF THE COURSEWORK, LESSON S LEARNED BY PARTICIPANTS, AND CONTRACTOR PERFORMANCE
 Present for discussion and completion course evaluation sheet (Kirkpatrick Level 2 Evaluation), to evaluate the effectiveness of the 3-day workshop and leadership development and training program.

2115 UNDERSTAND THE QUALITATIVE 360° FEEDBACK EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT
 The 4 Dimensional Model
Superior, Subordinate, Peers, And Self. 360-degree feedback is a method of systematically collecting opinions about an individual’s performance from a wide range of coworkers.

2200 1-DAY LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
T
he 1-day leadership training and development workshop is an on-site one-day workshop offered to mature and transitioning organizations and workgroups to enhance each participant’s self-awareness and awareness of others, towards building leadership capacity and executive presence. The workshop offers your team an experiential executive leadership development and training opportunity to learn and grow together and strengthen team performance. Through focused and deliberate training and professional development each participant will develop the capacity to create and sustain a high performance culture and achieve operational success!