Signature Organizational Development & Human Resources Development Programs
Progressive and Dynamic Human Resources Management and Organizational
Development Program specifically designed to ensure that the internal structures
and personnel throughout all levels in the organization are moving in the same
direction, at the same pace, with the same understanding of the mission, goals,
objectives, core values, and core competencies of all contributors. The goal is
to reach Excellence in all levels of performance and operations. Expected
Outcomes: Open lines of communications and opportunities for training and
development; higher performance levels and increase in customer satisfaction;
cost/inventory and budget efficiencies; proactive planning and meeting realistic
Your Quality of Life at Work®
and more employers are experiencing problems with morale, productivity, and
performance among their staff largely attributed to the many personal as well as
employment issues that employees are confronted with on a daily basis.
This program will explore work/life balance issues that need to be
addressed in order to have a more fulfilling life that surrounds our careers and
Outcomes: Understanding the 12 human needs for work and life; the 6 Rs for
stress management; how to handle personal problems at work; the work attitude
life fulfilling program about appreciating your past, embracing your present,
and building your future. It's
about developing a renewed sense of purpose and vision based on your past
accomplishments and deepest aspirations and about clarifying your career and
work direction for the next 10 years, i. e., the next chapter of your life.
Expected Outcomes: Assessment
of the 12 human basic needs and determine where you want to invest your time and
attention in the future; creation of a personal LifeMap™,
including the goals, actions, and support network needed along the way.
a successful organization, leaders can be found at every level, from the
boardroom to the mailroom, from the
chairman's office to the customer service desk.
This is particularly true in organizations that have abandoned
hierarchies in favor of a flatter, team-oriented approach to leadership and
management. Leadership is also
important in Total Quality Management and is one of the evaluation criteria for
the Malcolm Baldridge quality awards. The
Dimensions of Leadership Profile is a multi-faceted and comprehensive tool for
developing effective leaders and committed followers.
Participants will be able to: describe the various leadership styles,
approaches, and traits; analyze how their values and priorities affect and
contribute to their individual leadership style; adapt their leadership style to
the individual needs of their employees and to specific situations; create a
work environment that encourages creative thinking and innovation; apply skills
and strategies to lead successful personal and organizational change.
Conflicts at Work®
guidelines for developing win-win resolutions while preserving relationships at
work when conflict and disagreements occur.
Creates teambuilding and consensus building; uses problem-solving and
decision making techniques to meet the needs of everyone affected; develops
interpersonal and communication skills; understands and successfully implements
the foundation for organizations to face the challenges of change with optimism
and prepares them for the opportunities that change can bring in the form of
growth, more profits, and a host of other benefits. Expected
Outcomes: Identifies "change champions";
leaders; high-performance teams; opens lines of communications; creates
trust and commitment to mission and corporate goals;
improves performance and productivity.
– Your Personal Path Through Change®
participants through the emotional transition of "what was" to
"what will be". Change is
successful only when participants reorient and adapt on a personal level to the
changing needs of the situation. Expected
Outcomes: By allowing participants to start wherever they are in the
transition process, they will gain more personalized learning, greater impact,
and better outcomes regarding opportunities that change can offer.
Inventory of Your Strengths & Weaknesses®
participants with techniques to identify their occupational strengths as well as
personal characteristics and behaviors that complement their professional
strengths. Appropriate Behavioral
Assessments tools such as the Myers Briggs Type Indicator
(MBTI), DiSC® Dimensions of Behavior, or Campbell™ Interest &
Skills Survey (CISS®) will be introduced to assist participants in revealing
personality/behavioral and occupational tendencies.
Expected Outcomes: Participants
be able to identify their most powerful and marketable skill sets and how they
can always "stay-in-demand" because of their skills.
explore differences and recognize the reality of individual uniqueness in the
workplace from all standpoints, ethnically, socially, economically,
educationally, etc. Expected
Outcomes: Participants will be able to identify their opinions and feelings
about workforce diversity; increase both personal and workplace productivity;
expand their appreciation of differences; and identify potential areas of
conflict and gain insights to achieve positive resolution.
deadlines, competing priorities, endless meetings, interruptions and ever higher
quality expectations are just some of today's time challenges, and yet the
number of hours in the day remains the same. There are 12 ways you can
accomplish more and enjoy work and life every day: Develop your "Can
Do" attitude; Clearly establish goals; Know what to do by prioritizing;
Analyze your time use; Master planning for effectiveness; Know when to do things
by scheduling; Control interruptions; Improve meeting effectiveness; Master
correspondence; Increase delegation strategies; Conquer procrastination; Develop
program designed to help people understand that how they perceive and respond to
events around them is their choice. This
awareness is the first step in changing negative attitudes to positive ones.
Organization will gain committed employees, not compliant ones; foster
communication and teamwork, not control; inspire leadership and innovation, not
dependency; increase positive energy, not stress; encourage change not
resistance to it; create a climate of empowerment, not power.
expectations are those things you consider likely to happen in your job
situation, either now or in the future. Whether
spoken or unspoken, your expectations are the key drivers of your attitudes,
impacting your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Your attitudes, in turn
influence your performance, commitment, and job satisfaction.
Expected Outcomes: Explore 10
key expectations plus information on compensation expectations; discover which
expectations are most important to YOU; learn how to communicate your
expectations to others; get feedback on managing your expectations; improve your
outlook and enhance your attitude toward work; enjoy the benefits of increased
job satisfaction and improved performance.
participants to understand and value their contribution to successful innovation
teamwork by helping them to identify their individual approach to teamwork.
Expected Outcomes: Clarifies
roles and reinforces strengths of all team members; encourages understanding,
team innovation, and problem solving; achieves high-performance team results
through effective individual contributions.
Focus Point® is about YOU, FOR YOU, so you can make the CHOICES that will bring the RESULTS you want. Understanding your thoughts, feelings, and behavior is what Focus Point® is all about. Expected Outcomes: Focus Point® will help you answer the following questions: Why am I feeling like this? Why do I act the way I do? What's working well in this situation and what isn't? Is there another way to look at things? Is my behavior the same or different in another situation?
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