Designed after The Adult Learning Theory to infuse interactive learning, teamwork, and fun into your training.
Organizational change is inevitable, but do your stakeholders understand why? In this course, participants will gain insight on why change is necessary and often met with resistance. We will work to develop a plan for implementation and determine organizational role responsibility.
Often people have a negative perception of conflict. In fact, studies show that 87% of workplace problems are related to people issues. This is primarily due to casualties that occur when the energy created from conflict is not properly used. This training aims to transform that energy into something positive and productive. Participants will learn about the human tendencies toward drama while developing and applying healthy conflict strategies to combat those inclinations.
Great job performance does not automatically translate into great leadership. Emerging Leaders is designed to develop each participant’s capacity to lead effectively. This course combines fun and exciting methods of self-discovery with hands-on approaches to finding your leadership pathway.
Leadership is deliberate not passive! This workshop examines effective leadership strategies, managing your team, dealing with low morale, and determining your leadership legacy.
This highly interactive, collaborative workshop focuses on team dynamics and incorporates unconventional training to foster teamwork, healthy conflict, and personal self-awareness.
Student learning improves, and students become more cooperative when they believe school is relevant to their own personal goals. It is the goal of this program to create productive relationships between teachers and students that are based on a focus on student goals: career goals, long-term school goals, short-term class goals, and immediate classroom goals. With the Goal-Focused protocol, teachers are equipped to prepare students to be self-directed which leads to greater success and satisfaction.
Learn grant writing essentials to grow your nonprofit including common myths about grants, where to find grants, how grants can support your program and why partnering with a university can strengthen your chance for getting grants.
This course highlights skills that maximize your professional potential. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of topics such as culture, competence, and communication which are vital to getting ahead and influencing others to your way of thinking.
It is the goal of this program to create and sustain a civil classroom and school environment characterized by respect for learning, respect for people, and respect for property. We seek to create a greater percentage of time to teach subject content by helping teachers prepare students to be self-regulated.
Practice strategies emphasizing support and respect, guiding youth in identifying the needs for their behavior change and reinforcing their choices towards change.
Research and experience prove that our ability to relate, understand, and work together is our greatest asset. Learn more about self-awareness, Emotional Intelligence, and team dynamics in this training.
Knowing and understanding your unique strengths is just one piece of Strengths Discovery. This course guides participants in the creation of an action plan for building and applying strengths while helping participants develop a strengths-focused perspective and strategy to achieve greater satisfaction in their career and life.
Today’s work environment is more stressful than ever before. This session focuses on helping you identify and manage the symptoms of burnout while acquiring tools for stress management, goal setting, time management, organization, and self-regulation.
Millennials are different from previous generations. The content of this session focuses on how to best motivate, supervise and understand millennial values and perspectives.
Develop core customer service skills, including effective listening, the value of appreciation and the power of “Yes.”
The American workforce has four vastly different generations collaborating and working together in it. These generations each have different values, expectations, and communication styles. This workshop focuses on how to effectively lead a multigenerational team.
Change is inevitable, but employees don’t need to fear it. In this workshop, we look at thriving in the midst of minor or major change. Topics include managing expectations, understanding change, and thriving, not just surviving, through change.
Human behavior is shaped by environment and experience. This course will focus on how poverty and other cultural factors influence behavior while providing participants with tools to understand and help others overcome these barriers.
Why is it easier to work with some co-workers and more taxing with others? This training offers a comprehensive look at the four basic personality styles that make up your office and helps individuals and teams understand their own strengths and weaknesses in the workplace.