The focus of a good workshop is building basic understandings, teaching key concepts, and allowing practice of some useful skills. We think of our workshops as a workbook, not a textbook. The real genius of our workshops is our ability to take a complex topic and make it understandable and useful rather than to give in-depth “coverage” or to display our mastery of a topic. We make difficult concepts understandable to the layperson by using stories, analogies, and metaphors with an emphasis on the practical exercises and experiences.
We build participants’ confidence by being approachable and giving them respect – not through overwhelming them with factoids, and long, detailed background information. We give people what they want, presenters who know what they are doing – and know how to connect with the participants.
Titles of past workshops have been:
BUILDING BETTER BUSINESS CHARACTER
LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP
KNOWING YOUR WHY
R.C.A.™ – HOW TO GET UNCOMMON RESULTS FROM YOUR TEAM
C.P.R. – THE TOOL THAT MAKES EVERYTHING EASIER – WHAT IT IS, HOW TO USE IT AND WHY IT WORKS