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20 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Tue Sep 30 2014 at 09:00 am EDT
Last Log-in:
Tue Sep 9 2014 at 04:06 am EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Monday Feb 3, 2014
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Feedback is a powerful gift from others and knowing how to give and receive feedback is essential in all types of relationships. But the wrong words or approach can close minds and create resistance to the point of demotivating the listener. The listener may leave the interaction feeling misunderstood instead of hopeful and perhaps, thankful for the gift. In this session, participants will: 1) Identify key components of the feedback dialogue 2) Create a strategy for preparing for a feedback session 3) Learn tips to correct a feedback session gone awry
Someone once said, “Leadership would be easy if it weren’t for the people.” If you work with people you probably already know something is wrong. You might already be frustrated with 15-25% of the people you work with and you are bordering on anger. You are not alone. Research over the past 30 years confirms that only 21-30% of employees are engaged. This means only a small percentage actually care about you, the company, and the customers enough to put in extra effort. Other studies show trust levels between employees and leadership at historic lows. Why is this happening and what can we do? This presentation delivers proven strategies and tools to help leaders to understand how they must change first before they can expect others to change. These tools have been proven over the past 12 years to increase employee productivity, job satisfaction, and profitability, while reducing turnover and absenteeism in a variety of different types of organizations including manufacturing, government, service, and medical. To achieve exceptional results today’s leaders must be prepared to understand and implement three strategies: • Manage the context of the organization and STOP managing people. Lead people instead. • Focus on the quality of the interactions between people and not the quality of the people • Manage the variation in trust and teach people to self-manage their own trust Current leadership tools, such as the typical performance review, are failing to deliver needed results. In this interactive presentation both the neophyte manager all the way up to the most seasoned senior executives can learn new ways to engage employees and accomplish more without burnout. In this 60 minute webinar the author and leadership consultant Wally Hauck, PhD begins to provide answers including: • Three principled strategies that any manager/leader can implement immediately in their teams • How to create an environment of engagement and accountability • A quantum leap leadership model that helps any manager/leader to achieve higher quality results with their team • Tools and checklists to create the proper environment for optimum communication between individuals and the organizational system
These days, everyone is trying to do more in less time and a lack of skills and guidance in this area can cause a lot of stress. However, when you have a plan for your time management, and then execute it, you will feel a huge sense of relief AND you'll get a lot more done than you ever have before. In this workshop, participants in this class will assess themselves in 10 areas of Time Management, and decide where they want to improve. You'll also learn top tips gleaned from Time Management experts.
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Jason works with you to identify and firmly establish behaviors that lead to better results in life and at work.
Elizabeth Lions is an executive coach, speaker and consultant to the most powerful executives that keep Corporate America rolling. She is also a three time author, with her latest book "Hear Us Roar - Unapologetic Women Leading in Corporate America" making a big splash. Her other books are "Recession Proof Yourself and I Quit - Working For You Isn't Working For Me" Her client list includes working with individuals from Worldpay, TSYS, Booz Allen, Microsoft, Northrup Grummond, Samsung, Global Payments, Bank of New York, Mellon and many other Fortune 500 companies. She is considered a thought leader for WNET (Women In Payments), and has written and delivered career content to 3,000 of their members. In 2020, WNET launched her career content webinars as well as a daily mediation class. Over 95% that participate are at the Vice President or Director level and over 100 joined the class within 3 weeks of the launch date. The reason? Elizabeth is just like them. In 2020, Forbes invited Elizabeth to join the Forbes Women Forum during COVID19, so she could weigh in on leadership issues. What makes Elizabeth highly unique is she is just like the executives she works with, coaches, and serves. She, herself, still works in Corporate America, for one of the biggest Fintech companies on the planet. She knows what it is like to try to find that ten minutes to re-focus, re-calibrate and calm down so she can bring that energy back into her work. Elizabeth's vision is to provide a place for the executive to explore mindfulness and meditation - on their own terms in a format and setting they could digest. What makes her the ideal teacher is she is just like them - she works, drinks a lot of Starbucks, shows up for meetings five minutes early and is the top producer in the company and still maintains a daily meditation practice, along with a marriage. Elizabeth's specialty is helping clients land the promotion, find a new job or simply bring their leadership game to the next level. Elizabeth knows why someone is hired, fired of promote before they do. When she isn't coaching the Who's Who to help them up their game in leadership, Elizabeth can be found on the back of her husband's Harley Davidson motorcycle or twisting in the yoga studio for hours on end.
I am ecstatic to be helping clients become outstanding presenters. The experience I draw on and the coaching tools that I use primarily come from three different professional experiences: my first career as an actor, my work as a sales manager, and my experience as an MBA student and as a finance professional. Acting skills such as vocal projection, use of body language, and subtle emotional expression are all vital parts of effective presentations. During the later years of my acting career, I worked as a sales manager. Selling came naturally to me because of my interest in communication, and I taught dozens of employees to use presentation skills to be successful in their careers. In 2005, I attended the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University; after which, I worked in asset management. After business school, I came to better understand the values of a more traditional corporate environment, and I built my business by adapting acting knowledge in a way that was appropriate for a business environment. I welcome the opportunity to work with you and help you unleash your potential as an outstanding speaker.
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