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Category: Seminars

Stress Help for Leaders

Description:

Leaders have a lot of responsibility that often comes with pressure and a sidedish of stress. This course will help upack the elements of stress for leaders and what they can do to handle its impact.

Why is it that two people can ride the same roller coaster and one experiences stress and anxiety while the other experiences joy? Perception!!! Perception determines much of the stress level in our world and is a key to helping us achieve balance. How we deal with that perception is even more impactful in our daily lives. This session will help us find balance in our daily life by employing simple, yet powerful techniques, that will give us more control and power over our stress, anxiety, and burnout as well as our reactions and perceptions to it. One of these techniques is the art of self-coaching, the ability to self-soothe when things get overwhelming. We will learn a multi-step process to develop this skill in a short period of time.

Objective:

  • Leaders will experience how to relieve stress in the session itself, leaving more relaxed and feeling a sense of renewal ready to implement these strategies in their and their employees everyday life.
  • Leaders will learn a multi step self-coaching method and have the opportunity for practice

Teams That Work!

Description:

Everything on a team happens as a result of conversations. What we do in conversation and how we use it as a tool determines what we will get in our work relationships especially in our team relationships. The more we see language as a tool the more we will be able to use it to our advantage. The way we use the tools of language with each other will determine the effectiveness of the team. This session will help outline how to use not only language, but time and structure to create teams that work!

Outcome:

What participants will take away is the ability to use language in a more powerful way, specifically to make more powerful requests, deal with team issues, and interpersonal concerns . Participants will not only learn to do this with words, but with their body as well. As a result participants will feel more comfortable confronting difficult issues, creating more productive outcomes, and feeling more comfortable with one another. This combination will allow them to walk away with new skills they can use in any aspect of their life.

Topics:

  • Understanding language and aspects of team dynamics
  • What isn’t said speaks louder than what does: body language and tone
  • Language generates results: learn how to use it
  • What a powerful request looks and sounds like
  • Supporting each other when challenges arise
  • Practicing newly acquired skills

Dealing With Snakes, Apes & Bees: (Dealing With Difficult People)

Dealing With Snakes, Apes & Bees: (Dealing With Difficult People)

One Hour:

This dynamic one hour presentation focuses on understanding the basic types of difficult people including the passive and aggressive and the inherently difficults. It includes a 6 step technique on how to handle the “Apes” assertively and some basic principles on how to handle difficult people no matter what. It is fast paced and filled with interaction, stories, and solutions. Also works well as a keynote speech.

One Day:

This information packed day is filled with specifics on understanding more about the behaviors of the difficult person, learning techniques for diffusing unacceptable behavior, and keeping yourself from being manipulated by difficult people.

Topics:

  • The Whole Brain Approach to Verbal Attacks
  • Strategies for Reaching Agreement
  • Giving and Receiving Feedback

Two Day:

Profound understanding and specific results is what the second day of the course promises. With extra time participants have the opportunity to delve deeply and experiment with strategies for dealing with their difficult people.

Topics:

  • Dealing With the Constant Complainer
  • Getting the Indecisive to Decide
  • Encouraging the Silent to Speak
  • Understanding Body Language
  • Negating the Negatives

How to Handle Difficult Emotions at the Workplace

Overview:

Difficult people can bring up unsettling and even traumatic emotional states. In order to be the most successful and best that we can be as leaders and professionals we must learn how to deal with these difficult emotions in healthy and productive ways. This seminar is designed to help participants pinpoint what, when, and who produces difficult emotions in them, and how to effectively deal with those emotions in the face of other people as well as in themselves.

Objective:

To leave with concrete tools for dealing with difficult emotions when they arise and as a result to be more emotionally intelligent leaders and professionals.

Topics:

  • Define what, when and with whom difficult emotions arise
  • Learn how to deal with other people’s difficult emotions
  • Learn how to deal with your own difficult emotions
  • Uncover and practice the 6 steps in dealing with irate difficult behaviors
  • Discover the four prong approach to facilitate difficult emotions and their passage
  • Feel more confident and emotionally intelligent!!

How to Have Difficult Conversations

Description:

This course will show participants how to make the most difficult of conversations easier, whether it’s with a boss, colleague, or employee. It will outline typical conversational patterns, how we get stuck in them and how to have more conversational and physical ease with difficult people. The outcome will be an easier and more strategic blueprint of how to manage these conversations.

Objective:

To make difficult conversations, and the people we have them with, easier.

Topics:

  • Two types of communication patterns: direct and indirect
  • Defining types of difficult conversations
  • Three types of personality expressions: passive, aggressive, and assertive
  • Revealing the thinking that gets us in trouble and the defensive behavior that causes conflictual interactions
  • Creating the confidence needed to have the right conversations at the right time in the right mood
  • Using the tool of request to move the conversation forward
  • Answering your difficult questions and concerns