Creating Sustainable Performance by Building High Performing Teams: Discover How to Maximize Strengths and Minimize Detailers Want to decrease your workload? Learn how to close the gap between average teams and high performing teams, where problems get solved with minimal participation from you.
There is no “I” in team. My boss, my desk, my project, my client….how do you get the me/my/mine attitudes to move to more systems thinking and more interdependent than co-dependent (on HR)?
First build awareness about what makes a great team. Learn about 14 features that contribute to high performing teams, and contribute to a conversation addressing the 14 attributes.
People are hired as individuals and then expected to assimilate into a team with little or no direction (once the orientation is over). Or, the team has been in place for many years and what use to work, is no longer working. Teams are the key force to business success, yet so much time is still dedicated to individuals.
Join in the discussion on addressing teams’ strengths, team derailers (including toxins, agenda’s and politics) and how to create sustainable teams performance. Learn and share some of the hidden fractures that erode team performance, and how to diagnose and prescribe “treatment” so that you can focus on more strategic initiatives.
Communication Styles Can Create and Remove Stress in the Workplace featuring How you communicate can add stress or reduce stress in your team. How would I know the difference? Know your audience! Discover how to discern “too much” from “not enough” when running a meeting. Lean how to use VAK (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic) language to reach more participants. Learn the four words to avoid to REDUCE stress in the workplace.
When: Monday, August 15, 2016 Time: 6:45pm – 7:45pm
Where: Fairview Park Marriott 3111 Fairview Park Drive Falls Church, Virginia22042
IMPACT Meeting: The Five P’s of Executive Presence
SHRM, Nova: Giving and Receiving Feedback
Business-to-Business Networking Group
NAPMW: Eastern Regional Conference & Break Out Session
Leadership Fairfax Class of 2015 and 2016: Opening Day Facilitation
Rotary Warrenton, VA: Understanding and Appreciating Differences
When: March 22, 2016 Time: 7:15 am until 9:00 am Where: Army-Navy Country Club
1700 Army Navy Drive Arlington, VA 22202
Freddi speaking at CNM.
ITR gatherings are held at Teqcorner
Freddi challenged attendees to turn everyday interactions into opportunities. She focused on practical, real-world objectives to help you to advance your job search prospects, business goals & and long term business stamina.
Be Brave: STAND OUT How to Separate Yourself from the Pack
Be brave stand out! At the root of every job search is an invisible force field: it’s called play by the rules or maybe it’s called fit in. Act professional. Dress the part. While some of this advice is essential to making lasting first impressions some of these rules need to be broken in order for you to get noticed.
During this discussion, led by our guest facilitator Freddi Donner, will share some novel ways for you to stand out online and in the interview. We will reveal some creative ways for you to demonstrate your brand promise before you ever get the job!
Freddi will review the 3 Cs of standing out: Courage, Creativity, and Consistency.
Standing out takes Courage, something we need to develop, and few of us are born with.
Creativity- you will come home with one new idea on how to attract attention to your offer/talent. Consistency is where you demonstrate your brand promise, and your character.
B2B Keynote: Failure …to Focus
Being in a successful business takes stamina! It takes, discipline, resilience and faith. It also requires focus. When we lose focus, and operate without our faith, failure is likely to follow.
This is part of Freddi’s history and she shares how the closing of a business got her to re-focus on what was important. Learn how one entrepreneur went from failure to focus and the blessings that have emerged as Freddi re-engaged her Faith in the Lord with her business objectives. Learn how you can develop your business stamina and reap the rewards of a God centered service.
Managing Different Personality Types
The most effective leaders know how to relate to a variety of personality types. Learn some tips for connecting, managing and motivating others.
American Society of Association Executives
Differences in Dialogue: How to be more effective in connecting with others.
You are perfect just the way you are. Everything you say and do is just fine, until…..you decide to communicate with another human being. Then …it gets complicated.
Come discover why your communication style is in the minority of your audience, and how to develop new ways of communication for better connections. Learn some simple language and methodologies that can help you develop flexibility in your communication tool box.
Public Relations Society of America
Change Your Mind, Change your Revenue
Although you have been trained as a coach, much of what you need to do to expand your practice, depends on your ability to close business. Find out if you are taking the necessary steps for success from to area coaches who will share their success in expanding their practices.
International Coach Federation Metro DC Chapter
Change Your Words, Change Your World
Understanding how your beliefs contribute or detract from your success in pursuing a new position.
Career Network Ministry, McLean Bible Church