Many conversations have significant outcomes: interviews, reviews, negotiations. Because the stakes are so high, we fear the outcome, tend to put off the conversation and are not adequately prepared for it. This workshop defines methods for turning potentially confrontational events into constructive dialogues that accomplish the business goals.
Almost everyone agrees that networking is important, but we often struggle to find the time and energy we need to build our networks. This workshop encourages you to think about networking as a critical part of how we get things done. You'll learn the downsides of having a homogenous network and the most effective ways to invest your time in building a broad, connective, and dynamic strategic network.
This topic is designed to build resilience, well-being, and optimism. These strengths-based prevention programs equip individuals with a set of practical skills that can be applied in everyday life to strengthen an individual's ability to overcome adversity, cope with challenges, manage stress, and thrive in their personal and professional life.
Many people think of confidence as a feeling. But in reality, it’s a set of behaviors that you can change and improve over time. By acting confidently, particularly at the start of your career, you can influence how others perceive you and change how you feel about yourself. Hear expert insights and real-life examples on strategies to build your confidence from the outside in.
Few skills are more valuable and practiced more poorly than listening. In today’s high-stress world, communicaton is more important than ever, yet we devote less time to really listening to one another. You will learn the pitfalls that interfere with effective listening and how to avoid them. Learn how solid listening skills can be a gift of time that helps build relationships, ensure understanding, solves problems, resolves conflicts and means fewer errors and reduce wasted time.