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Agility Webinar: The New Competitive Divide
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Agility: The New Competitive Divide Webinar

 Export to Your Calendar 9/2/2020
When: Wednesday, September 2, 2020
12:00 PM
Where: Hosted via Zoom
United States
Contact: Cindy Bennett

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Join us for a presentation by Steve VerBerg with Dale Carnegie on September 2nd where we will discuss Agility in the New Competitive Divide.  

REGISTER HERE for Zoom Details.

 

 

 Steve VerBerg is an Author, Speaker, Consultant, Coach and Corporate Trainer.

Steve delivers customized and interactive keynotes, trainings and workshops to organizations.He specializes in helping organizations plan and implement programs to increase profitability, production and performance.

Steve graduated Magna Cum Laude from National University in Costa Mesa, CA. He also received a High Impact Sales Management Certificate from the University of Central Missouri.

Steve has an extensive volunteer background with local YMCAs, Little League, SVUSD Recreation Department, AYSO, NJB and Cub Scouts.

 


 

 

Emotional Intelligence: Communicate and Relate to Different Personality Style

Behavioral psychologists have researched the theory that people's behavior can be roughly classified in four groups. By recognizing your dominant style and developing the ability to identify traits in others, you can use Emotional Intelligence to change your behavior to interact with a wide variety of personalities and tendencies.

What You’ll Learn

1) Identify their own personality style and how they react under pressure 2) Modify their behaviors to better connect with people of different styles 3) Influence the attitudes and behaviors of others

Why you want to learn it

Emotional Intelligence will help you practice active listening and interpersonal skills to create harmony in stressful situations and bring people together who otherwise may be separated by their differences.

How it will help you

This Emotional Intelligence workshop helps you to see things from multiple points of view, how actions impact others, and what you can do to affect collaboration.

 

Managers Matter: Employee Engagement

The Manager-Employee Relationship: The Bottom Line for Engagement is a two-hour workshop designed to provide you with the tools necessary to create a value-driven culture that will raise confidence levels and make employees feel inspired, enthusiastic, and empowered to achieve higher levels of performance. You’ll learn the critical actions that must consistently be demonstrated to drive engagement and see measurable results.

What You’ll Learn
The workshop will be interactive. You will practice a process for conducting an engagement interview, learn person-centered leadership strategies, and walk away with a proven formula for giving personalized recognition that inspires employees to higher levels of engagement. Explore elements that drive employee engagement and why the manager’s role is vital.

 

Why You Want to Learn It
This workshop is important to leaders who want to reduce unwanted turnover, increase productivity, and build a workforce that is aligned with the goals of the organization. It will enable you to build a more cohesive team, which will yield a positive effect on your bottom line.

 

How it Will Help You
Research shows that a culture of trust and engagement reduces turnover and increases productivity. Increased performance output and quality leads to happier customers and higher ROI. So bottom line? Engagement helps your bottom line!

 

Agility: The New Competitive Divide

 

The Dale Carnegie Agility Business Briefing is designed to bring leaders together to learn about, reflect on and discuss recent research and current ideas related to this important strategic initiative. Today organizations, in every industry, need to gather and act on information, make decisions quickly, and implement change to meet the rapidly evolving requirements of customers and the business environment. Many people call the ability to do so successfully “agility” and it is becoming increasingly important in the era of AI which experts predict will bring more significant change than the Industrial Revolution.

This business briefing examines organizational competencies required for agility and provides a snapshot of current attitudes toward AI that will provide insight for business leaders undertaking with their own agility transformations.

Event Objectives:

·         Discuss keys to organizational agility in the context of AI

·         Examine recent research by Dale Carnegie & Associates and others

·         Consider implications for leaders

 

 

Uncovering Leadership Blind Spots

 

Leaders at the senior level strive to create a culture of engagement, while leaders on the front line need to motivate employees daily to drive results. Regardless of level, most leaders “think” they’re demonstrating the qualities of an effective leader, but the findings from a new study indicate otherwise.

What You Will Learn:

1.   Identify which leadership trends from our research may be impacting your organization

2.   Learn how your leaders can drive employee retention and satisfaction

3.   Uncover common leadership blind spots that may be undermining your corporate culture

4.   Start to identify your organization’s leadership performance gaps

 

Why You Want to Learn It:
Dale Carnegie’s research found that only 17% of employees are satisfied in their job and 45% of employees are planning on leaving their job in the next 12 months.

 

How it Will Help You:
Uncovering Leadership Blind Spots: Discovering the Pathway to Motivating Your Employees will help you identify key steps your organization can take to reduce turnover and increase productivity.

 
  

 

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