The Science of Leadership: Build Chemistry & Get Results
Do you know the #1 reason people leave their jobs? It’s not salaries, workloads, or titles. It’s management that either makes or breaks the deal. Leaders often begin with good intentions, but rarely do they ask to be shown their blind spots, nor do they grasp the hidden layers of influence they possess.
This is your chance to learn the physiology of leadership. 50-70% of a team’s resistance (or resilience) is directly linked to their manager’s response, which is assessed by others in only 1/20th of a second. These subtle signals trigger biochemical changes that either add or detract from a company’s goals.
In this training, you’ll receive scientific information to grow your effectiveness with nearly everyone you meet.
- Learn your stress style and how it impacts your team
- Discover what “two things” people need to collaborate, listen, and connect
- Understand how non-verbal signals are interpreted
- Respond to mistakes and clean up issues like a pro
- Set the tone for how to work with challenging people
Generational Understanding & the Millennial Impact
Why are Millennials shaking up the business world? Because by 2020, they will dominate over half of the workforce. These emerging professionals have been labeled entitled, lazy, and impatient, yet their technological and humanitarian strengths are critically valuable to business.
Companies lose money in attempts to keep them happy, coworkers struggle to communicate with them, and Millennials suffer from lack of confidence and leadership. Will you be the manager who can solve this complex issue? Your team (and bottom line) are depending on it!
In this training, each generation’s unique needs will be explained. This provides a sense of belonging and a cultural understanding that allows a team to come together.
- Recruit & retain top Millennial talent
- Recognize people’s unspoken motives and needs
- Increase your team’s productivity and accountability
- Decrease stress, conflict, and absenteeism
- Give individualized feedback and appreciation
Become a Role Model in Times of Change
Change is inevitable in any organization. Budgets get modified, ideas shift direction, and important people come and go. Did you know, it takes the brain 18 months to fully integrate change? That’s why it’s crucial to have tools (and a plan) when leading your team through any transition.
Building relocations, software upgrades, and even temperature adjustments are some of the most common sources of workplace distress. These events can be skillfully managed with a better understanding of neurology and biochemistry.
In this training, you’ll learn what your team needs to stay focused, calm, and positive when their routines shift. This will increases their ability to manage anxiety in every area of their lives.
- Learn common reactions to change that sabotage productivity
- Resolve past resentments, so that current change can occur
- Find out what the brain needs for easier transitions
- Discover how to maintain professional composure, no matter what
- Stop your team from whining, blaming, and gossiping
Leadership Evolution: Why Every Team Needs a Coach
Much of management and leadership practices used today are antiquated and learned behaviors from a very different time in history. Thankfully, leadership has progressed and controlling, fear-based tactics are no longer acceptable. Managers must now become caring and proficient coaches.
Coaching conversations are more than just cheering on your team. It’s a specific skill set that honors what each person needs to feel motivated and productive. Strong communication can build unprecedented trust between managers and their teams. It offers empowerment, safety, and it keeps people accountable to their goals.
Do you want to become the best coach and communicator you can be? In this training, you’ll learn how to give individualized attention in a smart and streamlined manner.
- Learn how powerful authentic conversations are
- Practice a process for improved coaching conversations
- Address performance gaps in a non-shaming manner
- Develop a coaching strategy for your specific team
- Discover how to be direct without being offensive