Business Tune-Up Webinar Series
Like it or not, most of us work in the accepted nine-to-five, Monday-to-Friday world. And since most of will spend a good deal more than the 40 hours each week that is expected of us, it would be a crime if we didn’t enjoy it. In these presentations, the emphasis is on taking responsibility and the power of choice (did you know that you can decide how to feel?), Jean shows us how to cultivate powerful techniques that can bring about real change in attitudes.
Atta Boy! Atta Girl! Atti – tude in the Workplace
Wouldn’t it be a crime if we didn’t enjoy the more than 40 hours we spend each week at work? Did you know that you can decide how you feel about what you do for a living? Use this powerful half-hour to identify the stressors, limiting thoughts, and knee-jerk responses that affect our attitudes in the office. It could make the difference between staying or going.
Master Your To-Do List Facilitated by Erin Hoffman
Do you have too much to do, not enough time to do it? Join Productivity Specialist, Erin Hoffman, for a dynamic discussion about to improve your time management. We will discuss tips that you can use immediately to get more done.
Work as a Team, Play As a Team: A Fun Workplace is Not an Oxymoron!
Discover why laughter and levity at work can save your sanity, your job, and your staff. Professionalism and fun are not incompatible; in fact, they are an indispensable pairing. Use this amazing thirty minutes to re-discover the magic of mirth. See a snippet here.
Don’t Let the Honeymoon End: Engaging and Retaining Employees
Terrific employees are worth cultivating. Take half an hour to learn how to keep your great staff satisfied, motivated, committed to doing quality work, and most importantly – less likely to jump ship.
Fighting Change is Like Herding Cats
Like death and taxes, change is unavoidable and stressful. When we learn to embrace it, rather than fight it, the challenges of change can be transformed into opportunities for growth and self-discovery. This half-hour will change you … but in a good way!
A Delicate Balance
Is your work draining the life out of you? Finding a balance between the demands of your job and the busy life you lead outside the office is not easy. This half hour will give you the keys to bring the scales back into balance, so you can be more effective at work, and enjoy the time you spend away from it.
What First Impression Do YOU Give? Facilitated by Diane Auten
When it comes to meeting people (clients or peers) for the first time, you just don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression. Haven’t we all made final decisions about a business or person based on one meeting? Learn how to bring ease to your conversations, as well as critical components to a solid first impression.
COMMUNICATION: Men & Women at Work Part One and Two
Facilitated by Diane Auten
Sure, we're all human. But current research suggests that men and women actually come from two different "cultures" and often have very different ways of communicating and getting the same point across. In Part One learn how the male and female brain differ and the role of socialization in our communication style, basically why we communicate the way to do. In Part Two Diane delves into how men and women communicate and how to both appreciate and handle the differences.
One of The Gang: The Value of Teambuilding in the Workplace Part One and Two
One of the most common phrases on a typical resume is this one: “I work well independently or as part of a team.” Why? Because company leaders know that good teamwork builds loyalty, improves morale, gets the job done more quickly and efficiently, and increases profits. In this two part session, Jean Steel helps us to understand why teams work well, as well as when and why they don’t. With a firm grasp on the goals and guidelines of teamwork, she divides 12 Tips into two parts which introduces us to ways to enhance your team's effectiveness and cohesiveness, to create team guidelines and identify team expectations, how to welcome and orient new team members and how to help strengthen your team and build whole-hearted cooperation. Find your team’s potential. See a snippet here.
Working With Diverse Teams: The Multicultural Workplace
For the first time in history, four distinct generations are working and volunteering side by side. No longer simply disagreeing over music and fashion, today’s generation gap issues include language, work ethic, and attitude, just to name a few. In this half hour, Jean will present unique, practical ways to create an understanding of generational differences, and show you how to embrace those differences to build a happier, more productive working environment.