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Our Course Catalog

Interpersonal Skills

  • Communication Styles: Complete a communication styles assessment and receive 1:1 interpretation. Understand how your style and other styles influence decision-making, innovation, execution and psychological safety. 

  • Neuroscience and Change: Orients participants to the basics of how the brain works and triggers and responses to change. Helps participants more effectively lead participants through change and manage the emotional responses of others.  

  • Understanding Conflict: Provides a framework for understanding how to manage a conflict situation and a reframing of the value of conflict.  


  • Authentic Leadership: Learning how to lead through vulnerability – developing a growth mindset and leveraging vulnerability as a leadership strength.  

  • Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Styles: Introduces six common leadership styles based on emotional intelligence research, when and how to use them. 


  • Introduction to the Coaching Style of Leadership: Defines what a coaching leadership style is and isn’t, includes a coaching lab to practice skills. 


  • Leadership Identity: Participants clarify their own leadership identity, understanding their leadership origin story, core values and clarify their leadership philosophy. 


  • Leading Laterally: How to lead effectively when you need to use influence and not positional power to get things done. Leading from the back and middle with peers to get things done. 


  • Managing Individual Performance: Learn how to create an environment for employees to succeed in, and practice using a tool to analyze specific performance issues and how to correct them. 

  • SL2: Situational Leadership: Understand how to adjust your leadership for each member of your team to perform at their highest levels. 

  • Systems Thinking: When rational and logical explanations do not produce sustainable solutions, a leader should turn to systems thinking to make sense of their world. Systems thinking approaches offer new tools for understanding and interpreting the world and for leading your organization to fundamental change.


  • Hope-Inspired Leadership: Hope is the #1 predictor of whether people flourish in life or not. People with hope building capability set more goals, set harder goals and achieve more goals more often. This training provides leaders with a foundation in the science of hope, explaining the three required elements for hope. In addition, we introduce the concept of collective hope and its correlation to job satisfaction and retention.  

  • The Building Blocks of Hope: For leaders who have a basic understanding of the science of hope, this training offers a deeper look into the three elements of hope and includes practical tools for building hope in the workplace. Leaders will finish this training with a customized hope-building plan for their team and for their direct reports. 

Leading Teams and Leading Meetings


  • Meeting Mastery: Creating a culture of effectiveness: Learn the craft of designing and facilitating "can't miss" meetings.  Great meetings start long before the team gathers and generate benefits long after them end.  Discover how to make good meetings a standard part of your work lifestyle.  

  • Team Development: Introduction to team development – can be delivered at either a basic or intermediate level. Includes a basic framework/model for understand team development, the elements of effective team development and how to approach it. Provides specific exercises and materials to use for leading team development.  



  • E-mail management: Turning your inbox into a tool instead of task master: Skip the complex folder systems, complicated rules, and constant pinging.  By the end of this course, participants will know how to use e-mail as a productivity tool, understand how to take an action on every e-mail, and leave the class with a caught-up inbox regardless of the number of current e-mail.


  • Introduction to Team Decision-Making: Why is it so difficult for groups to make decisions? This provides resources and tools for creating an effective decision-making process within a team.


  • The Daily Kanban: Making big strides in execution one sticky note at a time: Participants will understand why to-do lists don't yield the progress you want, how to break down work into discreet tasks, and how visualizing your work creates accountability for results. 


  • Introduction to Design Sprints: How to combine the principles of design thinking with a prototype/test approach and apply it to organizational leadership.  



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