To become leaders, managers must learn how to influence people, give feedback, drive change and produce results. This requires self-awareness and the ability to connect with people from different backgrounds, generations, and values. I work directly with leaders both on-site and remotely through workshops that provide the tools and coaching necessary to improve all facets of the business.
Building a healthy culture requires managers who have keen self-awareness and interpersonal skills to communicate in ways that are both genuine and effective. I facilitate training that provides honest dialogue while maintaining an appreciation for different communication styles. Organizations filled with people who can do this have vibrant cultures that encourage great work.
Organizations need leaders who focus on developing efficient work processes (the what) and effective interpersonal processes (the how). Unfortunately, most leaders concentrate their time and energy on building work processes, while most problems and challenges arise from interpersonal processes. My training builds an understanding of what is driving choices about how to behave and communicate, and how those choices and actions are perceived by others.