Leadership Intensive Program Electives

Private engagements present a unique opportunity to tailor your learning experience with additional elective options to align with your organization’s specific challenges and strategic objectives. Explore electives offered through Humanizing Work’s Leadership Intensive Program below:

Giving and Receiving Feedback

Solving complex problems often hinges on effective feedback, yet many struggle with how to give and receive feedback well. This gap can hinder personal and organizational growth, as feedback is crucial for identifying areas of improvement and innovation. This workshop introduces a simple structure to ask for and receive feedback that builds trust, celebrates progress, and gives insight into possible improvements. Participants leave the workshop more comfortable and confident in asking for and providing feedback, improving problem-solving capabilities and fostering a culture of continuous improvement.

Giving Inspiring Presentations

Leaders often need to give presentations that not only inform but also inspire and motivate their teams. It’s a crucial skill that can sometimes fall flat in execution. The ability to craft and deliver talks that grab and keep attention is key for any leader, as it directly influences team engagement, motivation, and alignment. This session helps leaders hone their speaking skills, emphasizing the creation of a clear narrative, engaging storytelling, and impactful visuals, all designed to captivate and resonate with your specific audience. By mastering these techniques, leaders enhance their ability to share vision, drive change, and foster a culture of innovation and collaboration within their teams.

Leading Effective Meetings

In today’s fast-paced work environment, ineffective meetings can significantly hinder an organization’s productivity, leading to frustration and a waste of valuable time and energy. Anyone leading a meeting can enhance their facilitation skills, transforming meetings from time-consuming obligations into powerful platforms for collaboration and decision-making. This session helps leaders from merely “running a meeting” to using the DAVID approach to actively guide discussions towards meaningful outcomes. By adopting these strategies, leaders will not only improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their meetings but also foster a more engaged, motivated, and cohesive team dynamic, ensuring that every meeting becomes a valuable opportunity for progress, innovation, and connection.

Resolving Individual and Team Conflict

Unresolved conflicts in the workplace lead to decreased productivity, low morale, and slower decision-making. These issues persist because individuals often lack the tools to navigate conflict effectively. But conflict isn’t inherently bad, in fact, integrating conflicting ideas is critical to great leadership, team work, and decision making. This workshop introduces three simple but highly effective tools that help leaders resolve conflict in a way that improves outcomes and builds trust. By applying these strategies, participants will learn to transform conflicts into constructive dialogue, fostering a more collaborative and resilient team environment.

Setting Engaging Personal Goals

Many individuals struggle to set and achieve personal or professional goals, often setting vague ambitions that lack clarity and fail to inspire or drive meaningful progress. This challenge stems from a lack of understanding about what makes a goal truly empowering and how well-crafted goals can enhance motivation and performance. In this workshop, we’ll explore the power of goal-setting through personal stories, research-backed strategies, and interactive exercises, focusing on autonomy, mastery, purpose, clarity, feedback, and the right level of challenge. By employing these principles, participants will learn to set compelling, achievable goals that not only boost their performance but also align with their personal and professional growth aspirations.

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