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Building Trust

The absence of trust occurs when team members are reluctant to be vulnerable with one another and are unwilling to admit their mistakes, weaknesses or needs for help. Without a certain comfort level among team members, a foundation of trust is impossible. The fear of being vulnerable with team members prevents the building of trust […]

Leadership and Innovation

Building a Learning Organization

It is no longer enough to simply be a quality organization. In the ever-changing world of organizational management, studies show that there is now a need for a more multifarious approach to improvement than developing the processes already in place. This course teaches participants to view their organization through a systems lens to build a […]

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Being an Effective Team Member

Effective teams require more than just technical competence; they require strong team members who truly perform well. Individuals who are team-oriented, reliable, communicate well, and show respect to one another are valuable members of teams seeking success. Individuals become effective team members by showing commitment to both teammate and team goals and by jointly solving […]

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Being a Highly Effective Leader

Successful leaders adopt their strategies habitually, living each day according to their principles both personally and professionally. Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is a #1 National Bestseller offering readers a holistic, integrated, and principle-centered approach for solving personal and professional problems. In his book, Covey lays out a systematic process for living […]

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Attitude for Innovation

For an organization to harness its capacity for innovation, it is crucial to instill an attitude in its team members that promotes an innovative environment. Once this attitude is in place, the next step is to promote constructive communication among those committed innovative thinking. Innovation is no longer two technology geniuses in their basement developing […]

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Aspiring Leaders

Aspiring Leaders is a course for emerging leaders and those interested in exploring their leadership potential. In many organizations, people are thrust into positions of leadership or are given specific titles; however, they are often placed without the training that can equip them effectively to lead from their strengths. The result is poorly defined vision, […]

Leadership and Innovation

Applying Your Imagination: Creative Problem Solving

With the rapid pace of today’s business environment, taking advantage of opportunities requires constantly hunting for new and innovative solutions to the challenges facing an organization. This course provides precisely the skills needed for innovating in a fast-paced world. Participants learn the creative problem solving process, which helps them recognize opportunities for improving performance, choose […]

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Achieving Commitment

Without conflict, it is difficult for team members to commit to decisions, creating an environment where ambiguity prevails. Lack of direction and commitment can make employees, particularly star employees, disgruntled. The lack of clarity or buy-in prevents team members from making decisions they will stick to. A cohesive team’s members understand that they must be […]

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Professional Writing Skills

Organizations of today require effective communication skills by individuals regardless of level or role. Just naming a few, individuals must compose a variety of written documents: white papers, staff summary sheets, memorandums, e-mails, trip descriptions, justifications for attending training, meeting invitations and notes, after-action reports, purchase requests, incident reports, resumes, and self-assessments for annual performance […]

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