Working Through Change
Effective Communication, part 1, the gold rules
How Your Brain Works
Effective Communication, part 2, concrete strategies
Effective Communication, part 3, concrete strategies, continued
Taming The Meeting Monster
�"Anyone who stops learning is old whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young." Henry Ford
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The presentations on Understanding Change and Working Through Change are based on a training program developed by our content manager and delivered to hundreds of individuals in a series of leader led training initiatives in Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles, for a large corporation undergoing major changes. It was characterized by some of the participants as "the single best investment of training time they had ever experienced." It cuts through the clutter and gets to the heart of the subject.
The Challenging Fear presentation is based on talks delivered to 'women in transition' groups, in particular to women attempting to escape mistakes of the past and move on with their lives. Fear is hard to overcome, but if one gains an understanding of where it 'lives' and how it rules, one can begin to manage it.
Most people believe that conflict is a bad thing, but that is not necessarily true. Conflict is a byproduct of change and diversity. Change is necessary and diversity is a fact of life. Therefore, conflict is inevitable. The difference between conflict that hinders and conflict that helps can be as simple as how it is managed. The Conflict Management presentation will explain the root causes of conflict, how some conflict can be avoided, how some can be managed, and how some is simply a matter of differing opinions.
If you are trying to learn something new, knowing how your brain works can make the learning process easier. How Your Brain Works is based on scientific research related to the inclinations and preferences of the brain as it relates to learning. The Accelerated Learning presentation shows the learner and the teacher how to speed up the learning process.
How much of last week was wasted in ineffective meetings? Couldn't you find a better use for that time? Meet The Meeting Monster and find ways to tame it.