The Leadership Zoo: What Animal Are You?
Connections are crucial to leadership and parenting. This presentation uses animals to discuss personality types based on the model developed by Gary Smalley and John Trent. Through an understanding of personality types, we can learn to be responsible for our own well-being and also connect with and lead others effectively. During this session, attendees will learn helpful truths about themselves and others. This understanding can assist our own growth and as we seek to help others on their journey.
The Greatest Gift: Becoming a Giver of Hope
One of the greatest indicators of future success in school, business, and relationships is the capacity to hope. As we interact with coworkers, friends, clients, and family we directly impact their likelihood of success as we impact their levels of hope. Hope can be measured and developed. Participants will learn about themselves and practical ways to be channels of hope to those around them.
The Wounds of Caring
We are driven to care. We are moved by suffering, driven by empathy, and demonstrate compassion. As helpers, the forces that drive us to do what we do and the act of helping are the forces that will wound us. This workshop provides insight into the natural process by which caring individuals are wounded and provides practical protective measures for healing and protection.
Communicating for a Change
The commutation process is clouded with distraction, distortion, and sometimes all out demolition. Learn to be effective in your communication, whether in conversation, written channels, or in front of a group. This presentation is loaded with practical tips and exercises and can be tailored to specific contexts as desired.
Connection: It Really Stinks To Be You
Life is hard. Stuff happens. It really does stink to be you. From time to time, we all feel that way - either about our own lives or others. Learn the key to making this truth work for you as you impact the lives of others. Whether in a professional or informal capacity, the fact that life stinks sometimes can work to your advantage.