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Tactics to Build Leadership Resilience

Tuesday, March 15, 2016. 12:00 – 12:55 p.m. (EDT)

Complimentary one-hour webinar

Leadership can put you front and center. People focus a lot of attention on you, your role, and your positions. Sometimes it even gets personal. When we’re trying to bring to life a better way of working together, no matter how big or small, there will be resistance.

Resilience is the ability to bounce back from the hits that knock us off balance. We want to bob upright like a buoy on rough water. But it can be a struggle to get our heads above water again.

In this webinar, I’ll share a perspective on what’s happening to us when we find ourselves on our backs instead of on our feet. I’ll also share two tactics to help get a footing and begin to make sense of what’s knocking us around.

You’ve had your own experiences bouncing back. Join me to learn some new ways to do that and to briefly share those that have worked for you.

Register here.

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How Leaders Can Coach to Motivate People

Tuesday, 12:00 – 12:55 p.m. (EST), January 26, 2016

Complimentary one-hour webinar

Motivating people can seem like a mysterious art. But it can be learned. It’s not just for legendary leaders and companies on “best” lists.

But it does call on leaders to pay attention and take a second look at assumptions about the people they work with. It’s worth it. Tapping into intrinsic motivation returns exponential results, both tangible and intangible.

Join me to be introduced to research-based, proven ideas about what motivates people at work. Then learn how to think and coach your people to trigger their intrinsic motivation.

As a free side benefit, you’ll also gain insight into your own instrinsic motivation. You might find clues to being more enthused and engaged at work yourself.

This is an interactive meeting of leaders, managers, and people who care about making work both humane and effective. Plan to participate fully and catch up on your email later.




“Thanks for today’s webinar. It is indeed one of the best I have ever attended. Often during webinars, after 15 minutes or so, I start checking emails or going over my to-do list. You kept my attention the whole time by involving me (and others) every step of the way. I loved your description of the “threshold” and how you acknowledged that those moments are not easy. I can’t wait for next week!”

Director, Organization and Employee Development, major research university

“…this was the most concise, literate, streamlined Webinar I’ve ever heard.”

Pam Kristan
Author, Awakening In Time: Practical Time Management For Those On A Spiritual Path