Master a Leadership Mindset and Drive Your Career
- Are you unclear about how to leverage your strengths and skills and translate them into your career?
- Are you still searching for a career that feels right to you?
- Are you feeling stuck in your career but don’t know how to make a change?
- Have you been laid off or fired and feel rejected or victimized?
- Do you continue to experience the same negative patterns in your roles at work?
A good map can lead to great treasure. Your career path requires a great map to lead you towards its treasure: the fulfilling career you’ve envisioned. Sometimes your path has twists and turns and you need a way to get back on track. And sometimes you’ve completely lost your way.
Mastering Your Leadership Mindset help participants explore the “soft skills” necessary for success, help to build engaged and motivated individuals, cohesive teams and happy, healthy corporate cultures. This workshop series provides a safe learning environment for discussion and practice, using tools and methodologies that help to shift mindsets, re-ignite career passion, and help participants learn to be effective and inspirational leaders.
This is a fun, interactive, experiential scenario that helps to create a community and a network between participants, allows individuals to learn from one another and develop accountability, and creates a common culture and language. Any team, group of people in an organization, or a start-up environment who need to collaborate, can benefit from this series.
Here’s what participants are saying:
- “I’ve learned how to step out of chaos to gain insight/perspective.”
- “I’m seeing new possibilities for increased collaboration.”
- “I’m learning to connect my work with my values.”
- “I’m able to put increased focus on what’s truly important.”
- “I’m able to identify and initiate missing conversations.”
- “I’m re-energized and re-engaged at work.”
- “I realize how much I need to schedule in time to step out of the chaos to plan, gain insight and perspective. I’ve made an appointment with myself to do that next week and asked my colleague to hold me accountable.”
- “I’m seeing new possibilities for increased collaboration which will make my work more robust.”
- “I’m totally re-energized.”
- “I’m seeing how my evening call with our Asian office connected me to my value of connecting with others. I immediately felt better about this late evening call and was able to be totally present and engaged.”
- “I’m more committed to making time for what’s truly important.”
- “I now see trust not as just something that is there or not but as something I can actively build.”
- “I’ve gained some skills to help me focus on outcomes and not take things personally.”
- “I learned nobody can make changes for me but me.”