Leadership Training Subscription

Knock out up to 10-hours of your leadership training requirement quickly and on your schedule! Our Leadership Training Subscription meets the requirements of Government Code 19995.4 (c) of 20-hours of continuing professional education in leadership biennially. Take one course or take them all for one low price of $300.

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Active Employee Engagement

Do you have an employee who just can't "get off the couch? Or one who starts a project wholeheartedly, then flags? Or one who does just the bare minimum to get by? Here’s the truth: no matter what we offer people, true motivation comes from within. This one hour webinar will arm supervisors and managers with well researched strategies to tap into their employees' inner motivation, zap disengagement and create a foundation for a high performance team.

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Change Leadership

In this short training session, we will focus on the competencies needed at different levels to affect successful change and the different roles change leaders play depending on the circumstances. We will explore the steps needed to operationalize change and touch on the importance of communication planning.

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Coaching for Performance

Coaching your staff is imperative to both your success and your staff’s success. Taking the time to invest in developing staff will help with their career development, office morale, and unit productivity. Supervisors rely on staff to complete the work, so working together to improve staff competencies benefits everyone, including the organization.

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Creating a Learning Organization

The ability to learn and quickly apply new practices and concepts, and to adapt to an ever-changing professional landscape, is becoming increasingly important in today’s quickly-evolving professional setting. In light of our rapidly-changing world, research has identified Learning Agility as pivotal to the success of today’s leaders. This webinar will introduce you to the habits of mind you need to increase Learning Agility in yourself, the people you manage, or the people you train. You will learn to develop a mindset that invites and then contextualizes new learning, and to consistently view issues and ideas from multiple perspectives, ultimately leading you to be a more effective learner who is ready to apply new concepts in varied situations and scenarios.

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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence describes the ability to understand one's own feelings. It also provides great insight on how emotion influences motivation and behavior. In this workshop participants will gain a better understanding of self-management and self-awareness. This in turn will give them better insight and control over their actions and emotions. With a greater understanding of emotions participant's will experience a positive impact on their professional and personal lives.

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Energizing People for Performance

A universal struggle of managers is how to motivate employees; sometimes we may feel unmotivated ourselves. In this one-hour webinar, we’ll discuss what it means to be motivated (and unmotivated) and strategies for energizing employees toward better performance.

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Giving and Receiving Feedback

Giving feedback to the people who report to us is an essential part of managing others’ performance. Feedback should be meaningful. That sounds easy, but giving constructive feedback can be uncomfortable—and, it’s even possible to go wrong with positive comments. In this one-hour webinar, we’ll discuss strategies for giving feedback. We’ll also talk about how we can learn to be more receptive and less defensive when someone gives us feedback about our own performance or behavior.

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Recognizing Employee Contributions

Giving feedback to the people who report to us is an essential part of managing others’ performance. Feedback should be meaningful. That sounds easy, but giving constructive feedback can be uncomfortable—and, it’s even possible to go wrong with positive comments. In this one-hour webinar, we’ll discuss strategies for giving feedback. We’ll also talk about how we can learn to be more receptive and less defensive when someone gives us feedback about our own performance or behavior.

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Setting Expectations and Performance Goals

Employees function best in an environment where they know what we expect of them and we hold them to that standard. Discussing levels of authority and expected outcomes are especially important when we delegate tasks. In this one-hour webinar, we’ll discuss effective ways to communicate expectations, as well as best practices for delegating.

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Strategic Mindset

Working in a decidedly task-oriented environment often depletes the time, opportunity, or process to strategize. This important aspect of leadership – perhaps the most important – gets put aside in the busyness of “getting stuff done.” This session serves as a reminder of how strategy succeeds, how vision and purpose play an essential role, and how you can develop a mindset and a discipline to step back, reflect, and project outcomes for your staff and yourself.