Workshops & Lectures
The power of WE
ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS THREE
“One plus one equals three” and “the whole is more than the sum of its parts”
Clichés that we all know, and certainly agree upon.
So how come, when it falls on us, are we unable to apply?
Too many barriers and hang-ups
Insufficient experience and skill
And not enough faith in the huge potential outcome of creating partnerships.
Much is said of IQ (intelligence) and of EQ (emotional intelligence);
In this encounter we will learn to use the power of our We-Q to reach new outcomes.
What’s going to happen in this encounter?
The Team and its Interfaces: We will get to know ourselves as a team, and we will assess what really inhibits us as individuals and as team players
Engagemnet and Influence: We will develop influence and leadership skills and learn to create effective circles of cooperation around us
Managing relationships with research-based tools: We will discuss how these tools will enable us to correctly manage cooperative efforts and long-term relations with clients, colleagues, and additional interfaces
Application: We will map our work environment, and we will categorize our norms, agreements, and novel behaviors
At the core of this encounter is our smart activity: The Matrix™ Challenge, which
deals with creating partnerships, matrixial management, influence and engagement
Influence and Persuasion
What makes people say YES?
It is no secret that compliance and cooperation of others is essential for us, in order to succeed and achieve our goals and desires.
Research shows that there are proven ethical tools that can increase the probability of getting a YES to a request or a suggestion.
In this workshop is designed to enable us identify our personal
approach when we are trying to influence other people, and
provide us with tools to improve results and increase our
abilities to influence others.
We will learn how to steer clear of common influence traps that
are manipulative and lead to bad decisions.
We will go through the powerful Six Principles of persuasion
and how you can ethically apply them to produce lasting change
How to identify critical "moments of power".
What scientific research tells us that is different from conventional
wisdom about how to most effectively influence others.
How to identify small changes in your current approaches to make big differences in people's willingness to say yes to your requests.
The workshop is an active experience, which is both enjoyable and informative
The Domino Effect
The art of self management & Personal effectiveness
Making Best Use of Your Time, Energy and Motivation
We all have the same amount of time during the day, but the tasks
and challenges before us vary from person to person, both in
quantity and in nature.
We all feel that there are more tasks to do then time and energy
How will we be able to work differently in order to improve
the results? How will we succeed in increasing our personal
effectiveness? The goal of the workshop is to provide tools for
increasing performance under pressure, and for strengthening
our self leadership.
Doing More - Enhancing Efficiency and self Motivation
The main activity: The focus challenge™
The Organizational MAGNET
Many organizational efforts are invested to enhance employee
engagement, but not always make areal difference.
Contrary to popular belief, employee engagement is not the
same things as job satisfaction, nor does it simply mean job
In this the session:
We will define employees engagement and its influence on
the success of the business.
Engagement Check - we will use research based tools to
identify our level of engagement and learn practical methods
that will enable us to enhance the organizational engagement.
Engage them in colors - we will take it one step forward, and learn how to engage different employees, based on personal type differences between people
Effective Presentation Skills Program
Objectives: provide the participants with skills and tools to deliver effective, attractive and persuasive presentations.
At the end of the program, each participant will be able to:
Identify his/her own strengths and know ow to use them.
Identify his/her own weaknesses and know how to deal with them effectively.
Deliver interesting, attractive, attention-drawing and persuasive presentations.
The effectiveness of a presentation is determined by four groups of skills:
Public speaking skills – the personal style of the speaker, his body language etc.
Content related skills – correctly choosing the messages, structuring, elaborating and developing them.
Visual aids management – effectively building and using Power-Point slides, handouts, demos, video inserts and other aids.
Audience management – creating and managing the dialogue with the listeners, handling objections, questions and other audience situations.
Talk to me with colors
The workshop is an experiential process that will allow participants to learn to identify their personal style and of those around them and know how to work better and motivate people with different styles. At the workshop, a unified, common, catchy, and applicable language is created and accompanies us much in the corridors of the organization later.
What connects people, what keeps them together? How to get cooperation with others? In this fascinating session, we will get acquainted with the four personal elements, which exist in each of us and affect the way we manage ourselves and communicate people.
Feedback and Review
Managing meaningful conversations
We’ve discovered that in many organizations:
Feedback and review is a tedious process for most executives and employees
Usually there is no organized procedure or tool for feedback and review
The review lacks authenticity
There is a trend to over-evaluate employees, which is expressed through the grading scale
There is no differentiation: it is hard to notice the exemplary employees from the rest of the working staff
How you will turn the review into:
An everyday, non-singular tool
A truly managerial tool that enhances employees and pushes them towards their goals
A process that truly and positively affects the organization’s operations
A strategic tool for the organization and its management
The product of these encounters:
Developing a uniform language among the executives of the organization
Delivering managers tools to effect a correct employee review, to properly touch base, with a wide and long-term perspective, with minimum divergence
Preparing managers for the review process, but also to develop skills for reviewing as a continuous and effective tool to enhance performance
In the workshop you will find innovative research-based models,
and learning based on simulations and real dilemmas of managers.
The Science of Courage
Working with Doubt, Fear, and Uncertainty
If Only I had Money/Time/Security/Courage, I would…
What stands between us and between the realization of our goals? How do we release ourselves from the comfort zone?
Cognitive Science teaches us that because of the brain’s neuroplasticity, courage is something we can develop and enhance.
The workshop is an engaging experience in which we train our “brain muscles” in 2 ways:
Focusing Behavior: how to choose one action from a wide range of behaviors
Managing Fear: how to properly frame our fears so that they don’t manage us
The Workshop includes:
Courage and Fear: Two separate mechanisms of our brain – how do we separate them in reality?
Motivation: Two different motivational engines activate us: achievement and avoidance – how do we work with them?
Weakening Fear: Reframing our “stories”
Working Strategies that enhance our choice in action and in doing
Creating Focus: Correct targeting that increases courage
During the Workshop we will practice Courage
The DNA of Success
How Do We Adopt Successful Behavior?
All of us want to succeed. Success is a relative and subjective term,
that each of us defines for ourself. There are those that seems to succeed
at everything, as so success is chasing them. What is their secret?
Research shows that there is a commonality among those that we define
as successful, and also, that inborn skills are important, but not the most important.
Meaning, there are similar behavioral characteristics among successful
people (people who have reached remarkable achievements in a specific field).
The Workshop includes:
An introduction to 4 behavioral characteristics that have been proven to effect a higher chance of success
Identifying our inherent characteristics as routine and how to promote them
Tools on how to let go of behavior and mannerisms that do not serve us and how to replace them with those that do
Learning how to increase our circle of influence and with it our own personal success
Practical tools for creating successful behavior
Personal and Organizational Happiness
What is Happiness, and how can we “learn” to be happy?
What really makes us happy at work?
In this program we will supply the participants with simple and applicable tools that promote happiness in
their personal life and at work.
We will learn:
How to cultivate positive emotions such as gratitude and respect among our staff, and why it is so important
How to use physiology to improve our awareness
How to train the brain to choose happiness-promoting perception
What we can already start doing to create more happiness in our workplace
After the session: We can create positive energy and promote happiness