Today, the question isn’t "Are you stressed?", but "How stressed are you?" This workshop will move participants beyond merely coping with stress. Taking an 'inside out' approach, participants will learn to reframe the events that cause stress into opportunities to thrive.
New expectations require that we not only share our experience, but that we train others in a manner that ensures a transfer of knowledge and/or skills to those who will utilize what they learn to change their behaviour on the job.
The role of the supervisor is to handle various activities related to production. The focus of this workshop will be the supervisor's role in the training and development of employees as a key to increased productivity.
This workshop will develops skills for working in an ever-changing environment. Participants will develop an awareness of the difference between change, those things external to us, and transition, our internal response to change.
Get the most out of your group by learning to facilitate productive conversations. Facilitators temporarily improve a groups' processes to solve a substantive problem or issue. They keep the group goal-focused. How can you avoid the problems that plaque groups?
The selection of the right person for a job requires effective interviewing skills. Participants will take a systematic look at the recruitment process: interview planning, job analysis, effective questioning and active listening.