Keep in mind, managers are employees too.
We're all looking for ways to boost our motivation. The good news is there are many resources -- actions that are easy even when we feel like we've got zero, zilch, nothing. In this webinar, participants learn 5 ways to begin to tilt toward the positive and regain inspiration and energy.
This foundational webinar sets the stage for the "More Than "Thank You" webinar, designed to strengthen relationships and boost well-being among colleagues through specific, meaningful appreciation.
Work isn't the same. Routines are different. Regular interaction with customers, internal or external, has dwindled. Work satisfaction and appreciation are hard to come by. But there is something you can do about that.
Through this webinar teammates will learn ways to offer and receive specific, meaningful appreciation among each other, by creating a foundation to establish new habits, break through barriers to connection, and improve well-being at the same time.
Coordinates nicely as a part 2 companion to the "Find Motivation When You've got Zero, Zilch, Nothing" webinar.
Most supervisors want the same thing — employees who are resourceful and make their lives easy.
Through this presentation, you will come away with ideas to:
"I took away several ideas to move forward with approaching and communicating with my new boss about my role vs. theirs. What I loved most is getting examples of phrasing I can use so I don't come across confrontational. I am much better prepared to present myself as professional and in control."
A Delighted Participant
Constant change at work. It could be outsourcing, reorganizing or downsizing. There always seems to be a curve ball around the next corner.
Presenter, Mary Schaefer has experienced 8 downsizing events. She has coached those in transition and survivors of downsizing alike. Mary speaks from experience about how to manage through the seeming never-ending cycle of change.
Through this presentation, you will come away with tips and tools to take charge of your own experience, including how to:
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"Mary recently delivered a webinar for our Women's Alliance members. I found her to be an expert in the subject matter. In addition, her presentation skills were superb. She received high accolades from the membership on the content of the webinar."
- Catherine Flett, Sales Specialist, Xerox
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This session provides you with tips, tools, and tales of real-life experiences that relate to developing a career strategy, and navigating the unexpected.
A career strategy is particularly helpful if you need to reroute due to an unexpected detour. You can even learn to anticipate potholes, and shore up your reserves so you’re not devastated if the road crumbles beneath you.
Through this presentation, you will learn what it means to:
You own your career; no one will ever care as much as you do. Studying the paths of others before you can help you strategically reach your career goals.
"You are truly an inspiration! Thank you very much for so generously sharing your wisdom and professional journey with the participants at the recent Inspiring Women in STEM Conference. We have been overwhelmed by feedback on the high quality of the presentations, workshops and panel discussions. The conference attendees valued learning your career planning tips and techniques."
- Conference Organizer, Inspiring Women in Science and Technology Conference
You come together as a team with the best of intentions. You may be assigned to a project or volunteer to plan an event, for instance. Before you know it, tensions flare, quietly or in a burst of flame. Most people mean well, and what they don’t know is that we all have our own valid ways of approaching work, and our skills can be very complementary.
In this workshop, you will learn:
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