Longtime presentation expert and Microsoft PowerPoint MVP will show you how to properly approach your next PowerPoint presentation and design slides that use far fewer words, more effective graphics and ultimately communicate better with your audiences.
Diversity and inclusion are integral to your organization’s success. They benefit both you and your organization in practical ways that go beyond political correctness. Leveraging them also provides a competitive advantage that allows you to better grow your organization, inspire innovation, and bring in more revenue.
We will be diving into a topic that is ever-present but rarely talked about in organizations: the power of power. Why do some wield a lot of power and others do not? Why do some misuse their power and others do not? How can you maximize the impact of your own personal power? (especially during a pandemic)
Well-documented administrative procedures are the secret to a well-run office. Creating and sharing these processes paves the way for consistency, productivity and growth. Clear processes make it easy to cross-train and onboard employees, to hold staff accountable and ultimately to scale your business.
In this interactive session, learn your own communication style, the communication styles of others, and how to communicate in a way that connects with others. You will walk away knowing how the most confident leaders walk that walk and talk.
Employee illness involving COVID-19 is a challenging situation for employers. In addition to state and federal regulations involving employee leave, workplace safety for other employees and visitors must be addressed. Mandatory quarantine for those exposed to the infected employee must also be managed.
In this high-energy session, you will know factors that can cause you to shut down and how to take control of how you show up in life every day. Get practical action items that position you to show up and show out even if you really just want to shut down.
Traditional performance management no longer works for today's companies and employees. It is increasingly important to know how to tie organizational objectives back to individual expectations; communicate performance results in a timely, relevant, and objective way; and determine the best system and rules to fit the needs of your organization.