- 2022 Schedule - order of topics may vary
- Sessions will be held in-person
- Tours may follow some sessions
April 19, 2022
Leadership Skill - Learning Your Individual Style (DISC Profile)
To be effective in leading others, individuals must understand how to navigate the gap between establishing trust and getting results. This involves, knowing who you are, understanding to whom you are directing your focus toward, and developing and executing your interactions and communication with them. Participants will complete a DISC profile, helping to discover and define how they view themselves, as well as how they want others to perceive them. Topics include: DISC profile
May 17, 2022
Leadership Skill - Effective Communications
Designed to increase confidence and competence in communications and provide processes and techniques for one-on-one conversations, relationship building, leadership development, informal and formal meetings and work sessions. Participants will be actively involved in understanding communications best practices and will be active participants in discussions. Topics include: Crucial conversations, listening, coaching, self-assessment, leadership development through communications, and relationship building techniques.
June 21, 2022
Leadership Skill - Leading vs. Managing
Building a true company leadership system is less about personality and influence and more about a success focused culture, strong communications, and a propensity for action. This session will introduce attendees to the “Leadership Triangle” and how this triangle keeps the operational engines and workforce talents aligned to the company mission, vision, and values. The session will focus on the right questions every company’s leaders need to address to be successful.
July 19, 2022
Leadership Skill - Time Management/Prioritizing
Being an effective leader starts with knowing the priorities. This allows leaders to better direct their resources effectively. All of this needs to be seen through the lens of meeting the objectives of the organization. In this session, participants will learn how to identify and set priorities, communicate and educate those on your team, and lead through critical thinking.
August 16, 2022
Leadership Skill - Revisit DISC through the Escape Room Exercise
We will revisit our DISC personality profile as it relates to the Escape Room exercise. We all have skills that we bring to our team and this exercise will allow us to learn from our skills and how we preform under pressure and with others. This is a favorite among participants!
September 20, 2022
Leadership Skill - Decision Making/Problem Solving
Leaders spend a great deal of their time identifying problems and making decisions that move the organization forward. The more accurate information that can be brought into the process, the better the decision. This session will take participants through the process, allowing them to explore all the necessary facets to reach the best possible decision.
October 18, 2022
Leadership Skill - Dealing with Change
Change is inevitable and often causes anxiety and disruptions in the workforce. In this session, participants will identify their own leadership style and learn to adapt it to influence “the people side” of change. Knowing your team and how to communicate with them will help you prepare, support and guide them through organizational change. This process will reduce stress and help employees embrace and adopt workforce changes.
November 15, 2022
Leadership Skill - 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
No matter how competent a person is, sustained and lasting success depends on the ability to effectively lead yourself, influence, engage and collaborate with others—and continuously improve and renew your capabilities. Participants will learn the seven habits at the heart of team, organizational and personal effectiveness.
Learn to identify the most important tasks and key time wasters. Discover new ways to allocate and manage time and deal with challenging deadlines and workloads. Also learn techniques to help teams move from feeling overwhelmed and spinning their wheels to taking action. Topics include: Covey’s Time Management model