In your organization, do you underestimate the value of culture compared to strategy?
Does your team know how to communicate online with customers and team members in engaging and effective ways?
Is your project stalling because leaders are afraid to make decisions or a stakeholder is being allowed to control simply by being the most afraid of change?
Are you in denial about what's really going on at work?
When is the last time you asked your team how you are doing as a leader?
I have over 25 years of organizational experience with successful, Fortune 500 and smaller organizations that inspired excellence in their staff and enjoyed fruitful benefits. I have also worked with some that experienced the following:
Went through bankruptcy
Went out of business
Grew too much too fast
In my workshops, lunch-and-learns, and individual leadership coaching, I share what I have learned based on my experience and evidence-based research in organizational psychology and counseling. Trainings apply Agile and Lean methodologies. The result is improved leadership competency, which translates to increased productivity. Some of the topics include the following.
Working from Home
How to set up your home office space to appear professional online
How to engage with customers and team members through a camera and microphone
How to manage work-life balance when both are in the same space
Vulnerability in the Workplace
How does vulnerability belong in the workplace?
Getting into the ring vs. sitting in the cheap seats
How vulnerability demonstrates leadership and facilitates innovation
Identifying common stress escalation triggers – what do you believe about yourself in the situation?
Brain/body calming techniques
Knowing when it healthy to say “no”
Dealing with Layoffs, Mergers, and Acquisitions
How to cope with something you feel is happening to you rather than by choice
The psychology of change
Empathizing with those around you
The signs of learned helplessness
Do you take it personally?
Behaving your way to optimism and better performance