Programs for Corporate Settings
- Increase communication, productivity and profitability for your organization
- Learn to motivate yourself and others more effectively
Many people falsely believe that change isn't possible, and, they make minute to minute, day to day decisions based on that belief. Those choices can be counterproductive if you're trying to introduce new leadership and revitalize an organization. Those choices need to be different if you are involved in retraining or introducing people into the workforce for the first time. Choices that support other team members are critical if you want to build solid, productive workplace teams. Once people know that change is possible, they want to know how.
Navigating Change: Charting Your Course
Navigating Change combines effective cognitive change elements from several of Gordon Graham’s programs in a condensed one-day format. This program offers maximum impact with a minimum amount of downtime. Navigating Change offers participants new approaches to increasing communication, creating common goals and improving teamwork.
Cultural Renewal is a curriculum designed to facilitate positive change within the culture of an organization. Constructive cultures - where everyone’s hearts and minds are engaged in the business - are essential in today’s rapidly changing world. The increases in revenue, stock prices and net income clearly demonstrate the effect of a constructive culture on bottom-line performance. This seminar includes workshops that offer immediate opportunities for participants to apply the concepts to real-life situations at work and at home.
A Framework For Change 2000+
A Framework For Change 2000+ is a videotape-based training series designed to accomplish three things: First, show people that change is possible; second, provide tools in the form of critical thinking skills that anyone can learn and use immediately and throughout their lifetimes; and third, develop an immediate action plan - a step-by-step plan to solve an issue or problem important to them as an individual or as a work team.