The following training topics are designed with the following overall success strategy in mind. These topics can be developed as workshops, seminars, keynote speeches and incorporated into individual coaching and training sessions.
What you need to succeed:
- A clear understanding of who you are, what you want, and where you want to go
- The ability to clear your mental mess, manage your mindset, and put new support structures in place
- The right message and how to effectively communicate it through your network
Discovery and Development. When a car’s alignment is off, it pulls to one side or the other and requires extra energy and attention to keep it going in the right direction. When people are out of alignment, it’s the same thing. They waste time and energy by focusing on unnecessary tasks or activities. When individuals are able to discover their inner strengths, talents, and what really makes them “tick” (that “aha” moment) they begin working with a renewed sense of purpose and with increased motivation and efficiency. Thoughts and actions become aligned to better serve the individual and the organization.
Success Principles. Learn fundamental principles to help you excel personally and professionally. Through job training, you learn the skills to do your job. The Success Principles augments this training by empowering you with the skills to manage your mindset and develop a stronger, more dynamic presence. For example, you may know how to do a job-related task (such as sales calls), but if you lack the confidence or self-esteem to effectively accomplish the task, your performance suffers. The Success Principles helps you overcome blocks and limiting beliefs and provides you the tools to powerfully transform from within.
DISC Behavior Assessment Training. DISC is a behavior assessment tool to help you improve communication, reduce conflict and enhance overall performance. DISC training helps people understand why they do what they do. When individuals or groups understand the four characteristics of Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance, they are better equipped to interact with co-workers, customers, and potential clients.
Business Networking. Learning how to be an effective networker is more than just collecting business cards. Avoid common mistakes by learning the strategies and skills of top networking professionals. You’ll learn how to approach, connect, converse, and follow-up to build a strong network of like-minded individuals.
Time Management. A recent survey showed the number one challenge of business professionals is time management. Learning how to calm the chaos and efficiently manage your time is a key contributor to personal and professional success. You’ll learn how to re-evaluate your time, invest it more wisely, and create more space in your schedule so you can focus on what matters most.