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The biggest challenge companies have had in the U.S. during the pandemic is leadership in a virtual environment. It is difficult to hold meetings virtually, engage employees, and keep continuity. More than ever leaders need to develop listening skills, develop empathy, and work hard to identify emerging leaders. In this class you will learn how to: Engage employees that are working from home Set reasonable goals knowing your employees are under a lot of stress Track participation Online Platforms and what is best for your group How to make the connection instead of feeling like you are talking to a screen
Join Elizabeth Lions for this 30 minutes presentation on Mindfulness for the Busy Professional where she'll discuss: Simply - What is mindfulness? Simple easy steps you can do daily that create mindfulness Cultivate self-awareness Learn how to respond instead of reacting Change reactivity patterns that are destructive How a busy person can cultivate mindfulness and still be effective at work Mindfulness at work is worth learning and practicing. The technique reduces obsessive/negative thinking, decreases stress, boosts working memory & focus, provides less emotional reactivity, and increases cognitive flexibility. In short work relationships become less stressful. Theses benefits were reported in a 2011 practice review for the American Psychological Association. Elizabeth Lions specializes in teaching mindfulness and meditation to executives. She's coached some of the top leaders out of banking and finance, manufacturing, and healthcare. Each of them was highly talented, driven, and passionate individuals. However, while her clients varied in gender, upbringing, socioeconomic, and status all clients had one common denominator: fears, uncertainties, and anxiety despite the level of success and mastery they had at work. Elizabeth is just like you - a busy executive - which makes her the ideal teacher. She is a certified meditation teacher, coach, author, and podcaster. For more about her work, along with a video or two for inspiration, please see LIONSOLOGY.com
Quelle est la definition de l'Excellence Operationnelle et pourquoi est elle importante? Quels sont les six piliers de l'Excellence Operationnelle et en quoi ils consistent? Ce cours donne un apercu pragmatique de L'Excellence Operationnelle en examinant des criteres precis d'Excellence sur ces six piliers .
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Elizabeth Lions
Career Development
Recorded: Aug 24, 2015 at 09:00 am EDT
In Elizabeth's last discussion she talked about the high cost of retention and not letting your best team members walk away. To continue that thread, Elizabeth's talk on employee engagement will enlighten leaders. According to Gallup, only 30 percent of workers are engaged at work which is a loss of 550 billion lost in productivity. What is employee engagement? Why is it important? How do I get some of that good stuff? Do I need to worry about bad reviews on GlassDoor from employees? All this and more will be answered on Elizabeth talk on Learn It Live. Don't leave employee engagement to HR. Take the reins and become involved as a leader in this important concept.
Do you struggle to understand those management terms but were always afraid to ask? It can almost feel like a secret society, but this one hour session will demystify the management speak and make it crystal clear what they mean. You can then attend any business meeting confident in the knowledge that you can hold your own. We will take a really close look at Visions & Mission statements. Company values and cultures come under scrutiny and how they link to behaviour and attitude. We examine the 'Balanced Scorecard' approach to management and finally we will look at "Strategy & Tactics". By the end of this 1 hour session you will be talking like a top executive!
Don't let your best walk away! Employers are reporting that it's a candidate driven market up from 56% to 90% today. Career Builder reported that 34% of employers expected to add contractors. 49% stated they plan to hire full time. Last quarter Career Builder stated that 32% of companies reported they would add staff by June. 39% actually did. What does all this mean for you in leadership? Retention. Join Elizabeth as she gives current market data on why candidates are taking offers and how to prevent them from leaving your company. Elizabeth will help you developer a retention strategy that you can implement on your own - without the help of HR. Elizabeth will also share the 2 most important reasons why employees leave in 2015. Don't let your best walk away! Join us for this informative webinar!
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.
Training and development. Words that most leaders fear because it means putting time into an employee and away from the daily workload. Many leaders shy away from developing employees due to lack of time, but studies show it's the number one reason why people leave their jobs. An employee asking for development is an employee that is asking to be retained. In fact, Glassdoor's 2014 employment confidence survey of nearly 1,000 U.S. employees found that 63% of employees believe that learning new skills or receiving special training is the most important towards career advancement.I In this class, Elizabeth will show leaders how to develop their employees and why it's critical. Development isn't a task that should be saddled with Human Resources. Smart leaders develop, empower and grow their teams. Class will cover: Tips of how to develop employees Development is a signal to retain How to create a simple and effective development path When to consider succession planning How to avoid having a top heavy organization while creating career path
Elizabeth Lions
Career Development
Recorded: Jul 15, 2015 at 08:00 am EDT
It's been said that the only thing permanent is change itself and in business it's no different. Change is inevitable. In Elizabeth's last class on Emotional Intelligence, she talked about how the brain is actually hard wired to resist change. Recoiling from change can become a major issue in the office. Just think about the changes that can happen in a business - implementing a new software, hiring new people, firing non performers, taking on a new business line, merging with a competitor. Each of these changes are critical for business to thrive and survive, but the bottom line is people - your people - are the ones that have to embrace and implement your vision as a leader. This class will teach: Understanding how change affects employees How to motivate employees to embrace change How to prepare and 'sell' your staff into change How to implement change in the workplace How your leadership style will make or break if the change is successful This presentation is wonderful for a seasoned leader or a new leader. Join us for an hour that could change your whole idea about what change is - and how to manage change.
Besides being famous, what do Al Gore, Margaret Thatcher, Martin Luther-King and Mother Teresa have in common? They are all outstanding examples at being highly influential. From Dr Tim Baker's latest book - The New Influencing Toolbox you'll discover the four main influencing styles and how you can apply them to your advantage. Find out if you are a investigator, calculator, motivator or collaborator.
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.
In today's work environment, there is a continuous push to make rapid decisions. Information appears to be at our finger tips through the internet, social media and other electronic tools that may lead us to believe we have immediate, honest, and accurate information to move forward quickly with a decision. Further we are pushed into a sense of urgency with motivational tools such as advertising, competition and uncertainty that evoke our emotions and weaken our structured decision making process. In this interactive session, participants will be able to: 1) Identify barriers that limit good decision making 2) Describe two process systems to support good decision making 3) Create action steps to create your own standardize decision making process
 
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