Emotional Intelligence (EI) is increasingly relevant to organizational development and developing people, because the principles provide a new way to understand and assess people’s behaviours, management styles, attitudes, interpersonal skills, and potential.
Leadership Development Series
The series teaches the set of organizational values, processes, and practices that continuously unlock the potential of people and contribute to the success of the organization as a whole, as they learn and add new skills.
Managing Change and Transition
This workshop is designed to provide participants with the knowledge, tools, skills and confidence that will enhance their confidence and ability to deal more positively with change and transition.
Effective leadership development begins with a clear understanding of what leadership is and how to prepare for it and most people have the potential to become effective leaders.
The objective of the course is to develop your knowledge and skills to proactively and effectively apply appropriate levels of assertiveness in a professional environment.
Communication effectiveness is a powerful facilitator-led course intended to provide participants with pragmatic, relevant, experiential exercises.
The Negotiation Skills workshop will expand participants’ ability as an effective negotiator through the practice of important negotiation tactics and skills.
We’re individuals with unique concerns, expectations, interests, needs and wants. Sooner or later, our individuality bumps up against someone else’s individuality and the result is conflict. One of our goals in running a conflict management skills workshop is to reinforce the fact that life does not exist without conflict. However, there is an aspect of conflict experiences that cannot be overlooked: our behaviour when in a conflict situation. As a result of this workshop, individuals or teams will be able to experience more positive and productive conflict interactions at work and personally and optimize performance, resolve issues, settle differences, and implement solutions at any level.
4 Stages of Psychological Safety
Psychological safety is the foundation of team performance and is defined as a sense of belonging to a team with the opportunity to interact with its members and contribute to its purpose without fear of being punished or feeling rejected.
The Team Effectiveness course introduces practical team development frameworks, strategies, techniques, and actionable tools for building great teams and creating successful team dynamics.