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Here is a sampling of our topics:
Developing A Growth Mindset: Why It’s Needed for Successful Leadership
Look into any successful company, and you will find leaders who adopt a growth mindset.
A growth mindset is critical for leaders because it helps them continuously learn, adapt, and improve. A growth mindset is the belief that intelligence, skills, and abilities can be developed through effort, practice, and learning.
In this webinar, we explore the concept of growth mindsets and review methods and approaches that help leaders at all levels develop a growth mindset.
Working with and Leading Difficult People
When faced with difficult people, most of us either use confrontation or avoid dealing with them. Neither is an effective solution and, as a leader, neither is really an option.
In this webinar, we go beyond coping advice, providing concrete strategies for working with and leading difficult people.
Why Are People Quitting?
A record-high 4.4 million people, or 3% of workers, quit their job in September 2021. “The Great Resignation” is real, and it can be seen across virtually all industries. And there’s reason to believe quitting will continue well into 2022.
In this webinar, we explore some reasons people are quitting in record numbers. We then discuss some actions leaders can take to impact this situation.
Becoming a Better Coach
A research report by Deloitte highlights the benefits of developing the coaching capabilities of leaders. The report states, “Organizations in which leaders ‘very frequently’ coach had 21% higher business results. Further, organizations with ‘excellent’ cultural support for coaching had 13% stronger business results and 39% stronger employee results.”
Turning Around Under-Performers
It is what most leaders dread. You have an associate who is not performing well. You may know that losing this job will cause your associate some hardship. You may even like your associate. However, in fairness to the rest of the team and your company, you cannot keep this person on unless things change.
Leadership EQ – Keeping Your Cool
Every leader has their own personality and leadership style. Whether you are a methodical, hands-off leader, or a high-energy, hands-on leader, your team expects you to guide them towards the organization’s goals every day. To do this, you need them to trust and follow you—and this is more likely to happen when you keep your cool.