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Summit Business Etiquette Workshop Series – by Adina Cobham Headley/Donna Nabors
As William of Wykeham said, “Manners Maketh Man”! Along with the loss of common sense in today’s society at large, good manners also seem to be missing in action! Not only does good manners a proper, positive attitude enhance one’s job skills; these characters also show a keen self-
Hence the need for a series of classes on business etiquette. Not only will this knowledge benefit any client in a professional setting; knowing proper business etiquette will enhance his/her chances of becoming a well-
INTRODUCTION CLASS – Business Etiquette 101 – Do’s and Don’ts
CLASS TWO – Have Some Scruples! – WORK ETHICS
CLASS THREE – See, Touch, Feel, Hear! – GREAT INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
CLASS FOUR – Never Assume! – PROPER COMMUNICATION
CLASS FIVE – Too Much Show! – APPROPRIATE WORKPLACE ATTIRE/ATTITUDE
CLASS SIX – Bite Your Tongue! – PROFESSIONAL DINING
Crucial Conversations: Difficult conversations with employees, co-
This practical, solution-
We give step-
The training’s impact is a much bigger idea than simple communication-
The Leadership Question: valuing input from unexpected places by knowing who and what to ask
Whether you are a seasoned leader at the top of your game or a newcomer to leadership, this training will change the way you look at questions and improve your leadership skills. Wise leaders know the hidden truth—great questions unlock doors and increase opportunities.
Questions can facilitate confidence, wise decision-
Have you ever asked? Am I investing in myself? Am I staying in my strength zone? Am I spending time with the right people?
Have you ever asked your team: What do you think? What do you need? What did you learn? What do I need to know? What do we need to be successful? What can I do to help?
Do you want to know:
** How does leadership work?
** How do I get started in leadership?
** How can I succeed as a leader?
** How do I resolve conflict?
This training provides the answers and these tools:
Knowing the right questions to ask and the right way to listen will give any leader the skills to perform well in any situation, effectively communicate a vision to the team, and achieve lasting success across the organization. All companies can strengthen their cultures by making them question-
How to communicate -
Anyone can learn how to make every communication an opportunity for a powerful connection.
The ability to connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your full potential. Connecting is an essential skill you can learn and apply in your personal, professional, and family relationships.
This training provides Principles and Practices to develop the crucial skill of connecting through effective communication including:
Those who build great companies understand that the ultimate growth for any great company is not markets, or technology, or competition, or products, it is great communication. The ability to build and maintain a good relationship is the key. You do that by connecting with people in all aspects of life.
Death by meetings and other ways to kill your company: The Company cure
The business meeting—a necessary evil or a vital and invigorating component of running an organization? What would your employees say?
When asked a huge percentage view team meetings as akin to a court proceeding or a trial or going to see the principal.
How many times have you heard the term, "I can't get anything done because I'm always in meetings." Sounds logical right? Meetings should not be considered problems, they should be opportunities. Meetings don't have to be a death walk, they can inspire, challenge, and bring problems out in the open to be resolved.
How many times have you dreaded going to a meeting either because you viewed it as a waste of time or because you weren’t prepared? A study found that most professionals believe that over 50 percent of meeting time is wasted. More than 90 percent admit to daydreaming in meetings.
This training provides a wide range of practical tips for not only planning a meeting but how to conduct the event. It outlines how you best prepare your content and present it and demonstrate full engagement and leadership. As a guide for prepping yourself for big business meetings this class provides a great outline of the key elements you need to know.
Tools and Techniques covered:
We show how to design every aspect of a meeting—from the way you greet people at the beginning to how you sum up at the end—so that real work actually gets done.
I work with a Jerk: Any day we can all be jerks
This training is very helpful in understanding the people who work for you and your relationship with them as well as their relationships with each other, also supervisors who are in conflict with other managers.
We address the jerks and bullies at work who demean, criticize, and sap the energy of others, often directed toward their underlings. It could be the notorious bad boss or the jealous coworker, but everyone agrees that they make life miserable for their victims and create a hostile and emotionally stifling environment.
From the occasional bad day(s) to the constant offender we cover the behaviors that are too often tolerated until irreparable damage is done to individuals and the organization as a whole. Learning to identify the type, to dealing with them as well and what one should do if they believe you are actually the ‘jerk’.
Tools and Techniques:
This class provides terrific strategies for dealing with jerks, whether you are in management and want to weed them out, or are unfortunate enough to be working with them or under them.
Competition and Collaboration: Working with Generations and Genders
Are you annoyed with your co-
All these difficult people may be nothing more than diverse demographics. Friction among Traditionalists, Boomers, Xers, and Millennials has spiked, as four distinct generations are tossed side by side, cubicle by cubicle—and nobody speaks the same language.
One big challenge for many of today's businesses is the difficulty to navigate in a truly diverse workplace made up of people of different cultures, genders, ages and social groupings. But understanding our cultural and social differences is a major key to a high-
This training offers:
This course is for anyone struggling to manage a workforce with different ways of working, communicating, and thinking.
Enjoying your job: Earning satisfaction in the workplace and the advantage of being happy
From millennials to baby boomers, every day hundreds of thousands of people are faced with dissatisfaction in the workplace. This essential course is improving job satisfaction without making a career change.
We provide step-
In this course, you will learn to:
Finding passion, value, and genuine satisfaction in the job you do is rare yet eminently desirable—and obtainable. Our training provides insightful, practical advice that will work for anyone, whatever the field, whatever the life stage, whatever the circumstances.
Today as jobs are a precious commodity and as people live longer, there's ever more desire to get the most out of the hours we spend at work. This course can help you cure the career blahs, tackle serious burnout, and get your spark back.
Organizational Behavior: Improving performance and commitment
The importance of improving and maintaining employees’ psychological health is now widely recognized by occupational health researchers and practitioners, business leaders, human resource professionals, and policy makers alike. Indeed, a growing body of research has established that psychological well-
This course offers an evidence-
The training program is designed to:
If you want to produce results for your own performance and the organization for which you work, following his sound behavioral practices will help you accomplish your goals.
Women in the workplace: Success and Leadership
It's time for women to take their places as leaders at the head of the table alongside men. Why? Because the skills you developed at the foot of the table—bringing people together, building bridges across differences, and thinking outside the box—are in great demand.
Nothing is more vital for women than learning how to negotiate from your strengths.
The path to the executive suite remains torturous for women. The testing can be prolonged, the scrutiny intense. Will she really have the "right stuff" when the going gets rough? Do you believe you do?
This course offers a practical guide for any woman dealing with a demanding role isolating the key challenges:
For each challenge, tips on avoiding common traps and then laying out the strategic moves that position you for success.
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