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What people say

“I wanted to say thank you for helping me to interrupt and disrupt the narrative that I've often used when I don’t get my own way, or when I feel that my opinions and ideas are devalued.”

I wanted to say thank you for helping me to interrupt and disrupt the narrative that I've often used when I don’t get my own way, or when I feel that my opinions and ideas are devalued.

J.FJ.FOperations manager

I wanted to say thank you for helping me to interrupt and disrupt the narrative that I've often used when I don’t get my own way, or when I feel that my opinions and ideas are devalued.

I could tell that the facilitator responded to my needs. At times, I could tell that the discussion was more important than running through the content.

I agree that adults learn by talking.

A.SA.SEnginering professional

I could tell that the facilitator responded to my needs. At times, I could tell that the discussion was more important than running through the content.

I agree that adults learn by talking.

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John SmithJohn SmithCEO

Without a doubt, you helped me discover the missing piece in my Topsy turfy narrative with clients and staff.

I'm learning never to give into my inner child and to remain engaged.

Y.WY.WI.Tspecialist

Without a doubt, you helped me discover the missing piece in my  narrative with clients and staff.

I'm learning never to give into my inner child and to remain engaged.

UNCONSCIOUS BIAS

“The interactive course will support you in removing the limiting beliefs and values that hinder the benefits of diversity - innovation and the capacity to speak authentically to a wider market.”

 

The pull of the status quo should never be underestimated. 

UNCONSCIOUS BIAS TRAINING will help you question the status quo and support the pursuit of organizational decency.

CULTURAL SENSITIVITY

One of the big ideas of the course is that educators have an obligation— legal, moral, and ethical— to support the well-being and success of those within their institution. That statement is true regardless of our emotional state, politics, our personal preferences, or pet peeves.

 

I am not saying that the teacher is a healer or a vessel of perfection. I have yet to meet anyone who is 100% physically healthy or 100% mentally healthy. 

90-minute Self-study Courses

Violence
Prevention

Violence is a process and not just an event. Occasionally, the process is outside our control or awareness - random acts where no relationships exist between the victim and perpetrator.

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Respecting Boundaries

Discover thinking tools to navigate your personal identity and professional conduct.

  • Course overview
  • Minds-on
  • Intent or Impact
  • Boundaries thinking
  • Personal and professional boundaries
  • Professional conduct
  • Humor: Reflecting on its value
  • Professional rapport
  • Share your learning

Generational Differences

There are things that were said and done in the past in the context of the workplace that were never okay. It's not that we have gotten overly sensitive. It's more that we've woken up to their impact on success. 

 

Blog

Healthy Boundaries in Sales: Building resilient, productive sales departments

A report on the follow article: Sales Managers Need to Take Mental Health Seriously. Many sales reps struggle with stress,…

Culture is key to productivity

If culture is key to the productivity and success of an organization, why don’t we invest more in keeping our…

3 reasons to avoid debating politics at work

Why avoid political debates at work? Just ask Google. According to a recent article in Forbes, until very recently the…

How leaders are increasing productivity by increasing awareness

A recent article published in the Higher Education Review lists some benefits of getting leaders trained in civility and respect.…

Social location and Social mobility

This is a brilliant video that unpacks the concept of social location and the benefits that accrue to individuals based…

Productivity a definition – part 2

In part 1, I made the bold statement that the number one job of a leader is productivity. Let’s continue…

Productivity – part 1

As a leader, your number one responsibility is to increase productivity. Whether it’s improving employee productivity, employee efficiency, meeting deadlines,…

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Sensitivity Training

Diversity and sensitivity
Racial sensitivity
Sexual harassment
Cultural for educators
Unconscious Bias

Boundaries Training

Managing emotions
Professional boundaries
Managing conflict
Violence prevention

Self-study

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