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ONLINE WORKSHOPS

Our premier programs are delivered in Public Workshops at chosen venues throughout the year and we conduct brief Interactive Online Workshops for busy people during lunch times and after hours.  More than seminars, these online workshops are designed to engage participants in resolving workplace issues.

Choose to live whole heartedly

Your personal potential rests firmly on how you utilise your resources and efforts towards your personal goals.  A substantial body of research is coming together identifying the importance of our attunement to our self and those with whom we live and work for optimising our personal effectiveness, vitality and ability to flourish. 

How we identify and pursue what works for us from who and how we love, through to our chosen environment affects our success and the contribution we can realistically make.

Identifying and utilising synchronicity starts at a very personal level with the way we live and love and the workshop therefore focuses on our ability to live whole heartedly.  It is also beneficial for teams and organisations ready to recognise the importance of bio-behavioural synchronicity to efficient work outcomes.

OUTCOMES

  • What is synchronicity and how to recognise when you are attuned.
  • What are the costs of poorly aligned personal relationships.
  • Positivity Resonance and bio-behavioural synchronicity.  What science has discovered about the affects of your heart's coherence on your personal and interpersonal effectiveness.
  • How does my ability to love contribute to my personal effectiveness and that of my team and organisation.
  • Align your self with your hearts calling so that you can attract a more aligned mate.
  • Identify the things that you do that attract and those that undermine love and connection.
  • Activate your heart's potential to recognise and build attunement
  • Living whole heartedly

Coach Tania Adams

About Your Presenter

Coach Tania Adams.  As an international coach, author, facilitator and inspirational speaker, Tania has powerfully partnered with executives, entrepreneurs, teams, groups and private individuals to create business and personal results that reflect the highest potential of each client.

She has more than 18 years cumulative experience of leadership, coaching, mentoring and facilitation, as well as experience in financial management, marketing, sales and customer service obtained in her various roles as University Lecturer, Credit Manager, Branch Accountant, Sales Manager and ultimately Dealer Principal where she was responsible for the running and managing of a flagship motor vehicle dealership.


ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS

Workshop Time:  6.30 to 7.30pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

Workshop Date:   Tuesday 20th October 2015

Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can  download a certificate at completion of the online workshop.

Access to Online Coaching:  Access a coach to assist in igiting your life.

Do you know your social branding assets?

Let coach Michelle show you how to "Be interesting"!

Brand Your SelfIn a world where job tenure is a thing of the past - a strong personal brand has become a must.  One of the best ways to articulate your skills, experience, knowledge, and overall worth in today's competitive job market is to create a personal brand that helps you gain clarity on your personal direction and what you have to offer and to stand out in the crowd.

We all have a reputation whether we are managing it or not.  Your personal brand lets you define how you are perceived.  It guides and focuses your efforts and differentiates you in a highly competitive job market.  It defines what motivates you and makes you interesting.

This one hour online workshop explores what you want to known for, what people say about you and how you manage your personal brand. 

OUTCOMES

  • Get clear on the value of personal branding
  • Tips for creating a compelling brand that captures interest and propels your career
  • Explore the current state of your personal brand and consider your social branding assets
  • Learn an impactful branding model
  • Hear real life success stories about how others have turned around their lives though targeting their brand
  • Overview the steps in your personal branding story
  • Links to coaching and career management options


About Your Workshop Presenter

Michelle ClarkeMichelle Clarke is a Credentialed Executive and Leadership coach who works with already-successful, high-achieving individuals and teams, coaching her clients to sustain their value proposition - not only professionally, but also holistically. Her clients include C-suite executives, leaders and career climbers who are committed to further enhancing their impact in the world.   Michelle's authentic approach to Personal Branding has allowed her to pursue her other loves - travel and photography - whilst being invited to share her knowledge and experience at coaching and leadership conferences around the world- the most recent being in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lima, Montevideo and Santiago.  Michelle's clients speak highly about the outcomes they achieve as many of them have stepped successfully into more empowered positions as a result of their work with her. 
 

ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS

Workshop Time:  10.00 - 11.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

Workshop Date:  Tuesday 27th October 2015

Online Assessment & Certificate:   If you choose to complete the assessment at completion of the workshop, you can then download your certificate.

Access to Online Coaching:  
Access a coach to assist with your personal branding.

Are you thinking  "There's gotta be a better way!" 

Evaluate your fit for entrepreneurship. 

Entrepreneurial PotentialAround the world, the economic crisis has created different career paths and driven opportunities for small business. Like never before entrepreneurship is viewed as an attractive career option for all ages.  New businesses are launched every minute and with an uncertain economy, more and more people are looking for a stream of income separate from their 9 to 5 job.

This one hour online workshop provides an opportunity for you to evaluate your personal fit for the life of an entrepreneur.  You'll be introduced to the entrepreneurial mind set and you'll explore whether you have the characteristics, capabilities, commitment, social and financial capital to launch your own business or not?  Strategies for navigating the transition from 9-5 to self-employed are explored together with strategies to avoid the land mines and pitfalls in the process.

We focus on what really matters and provide a practical start to identifying and awakening the entrepreneur within you.

OUTCOMES

  • What makes really engages you and drives you?
  • The entrepreneurial ecosystem.  What supports you and what derails you.
  • Business competence.  What knowledge, skills and attitudes do you really need to get started?
  • Thinking like an entrepreneur.
  • Making the transition and lifestyle shifts.
  • Commitment and grit.  Willpower, courage and daring.
  • Customer sourcing and retention.
  • What resources will you need?  Psychological, social and financial.
  • Entrepreneurial readiness.  What needs to be in place to launch in this career direction.
  • Participants also receive a free report "Release The Inner Entrepreneur In You."

About Your Workshop Presenters

Delia Mozer BSc MScDelia Mozer is a successful consultant, entrepreneur, careers and executive coach and Director at ODR.  Not only has she been in the trenches, tripped over a number of constraints herself and been a guide and mentor for a number of highly successful entrepreneurs, Delia's depth and breadth of knowledge and skill in psychology and human potential means she has a wealth of tools in her armory.  She has worked as an organisation development consultant across numerous sized organisation, proposing and implementing business solutions that get results.  She has both facilitated the process by which individuals have transitioned into self-employment and prevented a few with the desire but not the fit from making the tragic mistake.

Alina BuzantuDelia has asked the talented entrepreneur coach Alina Buzantu to share her experience in coaching individuals and teams through new start ups.  A licensed economist, qualified and highly experienced business developer across a number of industries, she provides sound theory and practice in the art and science of building and expanding a working customer base.  She also coaches new coaches which gives her excellent insights and skills in helping new managers launch new teams.  Even Ex Google CEO Eric Schmidt understands he needs a coach.  Click for his viewpoint on coaching.

Between them Delia and Alina will provide real life examples of where critical entrepreneurial knowledge, skills and attitudes have either launched or derailed would be entrepreneurs.

ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS

Workshop Time:  12.00 to 1.00 pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST - Brisbane)

Workshop Date:  Tuesday 2nd November 2015

Online Assessment & Certificate:   If you choose to complete the assessment at completion of the workshop, you can then download your certificate.

Access to Online Coaching:  
Access a coach to assist with your deciding if you're a good fit for entrepreneurship.

Access our online environment now and complete the Entrepreneurial Readiness assessment.

How Rude!  Ignoring incivility deliberately or unconsciously perpetuates and escalates bad behaviour

IncivilityThe seemingly small acts of offensive behaviour, injustice and disrespect we all experience don't stop or go away when ignored.  In fact decades of research shows that unchecked bad behaviour escalates and spirals when ignored.   Many of us would have experienced the demanding "boss from hell" or the narcissistic co-worker who's self focus impacts our performance. Incivility is the seemingly inconsequential words and acts of others that violate our expectations of respectful behaviour including;

  • Insulting comments - overt and covert
  • Withholding information
  • Taking credit for another's work or efforts
  • Showing little interest or not listening to other's opinions
  • Failing to follow up, return phone calls or respond to email
  • Failing to say "please” or "thank you” or worse - grunting
  • Leaving a mess for others to clean up

Each small act of incivility adds to a toxic climate and each act causes those who experience it to spread it to others.  In addition, targets of incivility often punish their offenders and the organisation in which it occurs either overtly through acts of revenge or covertly through acts of sabotage.

The rampant rise of rudeness costs us all, taking its toll and hijacking the efforts and resources of offices and organisations.  The impacts include greater job stress, reduced performance and innovation and disengagement from our work.  Organisations who ignore incivility experience lower staff engagement, poor productivity and higher turnover.

  • Up to 98% of employees say they have experienced incivility at work.
  • Over 50% report experiencing it weekly.
  • Yet more than 40% Say They Don't Have Time at Work to Be "Nice".

This online workshop will step participants through identifying and naming the acts of incivility.  You have to name it to tame it.  Together with the impacts and costs of incivility for individuals, teams and organisations.

  • Individual participants will assess the ways in which incivility impacts their personal effectiveness and access the language and tools needed to address incivility when you experience.
  • Teams will estimate the impacts in terms of time and resource costs of incivility whether experienced within the team or from external sources.
  • Organisational estimates of revenue impacts will be calculated by participants interested in the systemic impacts of bad behaviour.

OUTCOMES

  • What is in/civility?
  • What are the impact and costs?
  • Factors that provoke incivility
  • The incivility spiral
  • The real personal, team and organisational costs of incivility
  • How workplace incivility hurts the bottom line
  • Rudeness repels customers
  • Nice guys really do finish first
  • The ROI for being civil
  • Strategies to foster civility for individuals, teams and organisations
  • Strategies for combating this growing epidemic will also be outlined.

 

ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS

Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

Workshop Date:  Monday 9th November 2015

Online Access to Materials:   Register now and gain access to our resources immediately.

Online Assessment & Certificate:   If you choose to complete the assessment, you can download a Certificate of Achievement for the completing the workshop.

Access to Online Coaching:   Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach if you want so you can get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

Lie SpottingDishonesty in the workplace is much more pervasive and much more frequent than most people want to believe.  Daily we hear about the disastrous consequences of trust a dishonest advisor, leader, employee or family member.  Research has identified that most of us lie even if we do so to protect another's feelings and one in five employees says they are aware of fraud in the workplace.  When more than three quarters of lies go undetected, deceptions not only costs organisations billions, the flow on impact to individual, team and organisational perfromance, moral and employee well being is inestimable.  This online workshop provides a breif overview of what to look for and how to managing lying in the workplace.

OUTCOMES

  • The deception epidemic
  • Detecting Deception 101:  Who, When and Why
  • The old tools and why they don't work
  • Deception is a cooperative act
  • Why actions speak louder than words
  • The BASICs of lie detection
  • Watch for the Toxic Types

ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS


Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

Workshop Date:   Thursday 16th July 2015

Online Access to Materials:   From Monday 13th July to 18th July

Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can do so and download your certificate from completion of the online workshop.

Access to Online Coaching:  Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach and get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

    BlindsideResearch has identified that passive aggressive behaviour is more of a problem than people might like to believe.   Workplaces are rife with confusing, frustrating, dishonest behaviour  and mixed signals.  All of which minimise productivity and job satisfaction.   In this hour long session how to recognise, respond and recover from passive-aggressive behaviour is explored.  Strategies are provided to assist you to stop the crazy making of the games, secrets and manipulation.

    OUTCOMES

    • Stop!  What was that?  That's crazy making
    • The warning signs and the aftermath
    • Attitudes / personality traits and corresponding behaviour patterns of passive aggression.
    • The emotional and psychological impact of covert passive-aggressive leadership on employees.
    • The hidden and real cost of covert aggressive tactics on organisations
    • Why does covert aggression survive and thrive in the workplace
    • Survive and thrive:  Assertiveness techniques

    ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS


    Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

    Workshop Date:   Thursday 20th August 2015

    Online Access to Materials:   From Monday 17th August to 23rd August

    Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can do so and download your certificate from completion of the online workshop.

    Access to Online Coaching:  Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach and get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

      Your ideas are dismissed, your phone calls go unreturned, you miss a key meeting because you weren't invited, you are being stonewalled and its both confusing and frustrating.

      The most recent research identifies that as many as 70 per cent of employees were currently being bullied or had been bullied in the past; also, just over 13 per cent indicate they have witnessed workplace bullying. Of the number that had been bullied, 38 per cent indicated that the bullying activity had occurred for over six months. Different from constructive criticism or conflict, bullying is persistent, it focuses on a person rather than a task and the recipient feels powerless to stop it. Worst of all, employees who experience bullying find that it's just as hard to explain and stop the abuse as it is to suffer through it. With close to a decade of growing focus on this apparent epidemic, this workshop explores what is working to eliminate bullying.

      Bully Free ZoneOUTCOMES

      • Signs of workplace bullying: its causes and effects
      • How is covert bullying any different from passive aggression?
      • Blame, shame and malicious envy
      • What strategies are proving effective for individuals, teams and organisations
      • Realistic not idealistic strategies
      • Helping others.  Helping your self.

      ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS

      Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

      Workshop Date:   Friday 9th October 2015

      Online Access to Materials:   From Monday 5th July to 11th October

      Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can do so and download your certificate from completion of the online workshop.

      Access to Online Coaching:  Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach and get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

        A culture of blame is toxic to the performance and well being of the people in it and to the bottom line of the organisation in which they work.  Why is it we don't talk about how avoiding and shifting blame impacts individual, team and organisational effectiveness?   Few of us are trained in how to say the hard stuff without triggering defensiveness from those who we'd prefer cooperate.  In this 1 hour online workshop, the blame game is briefly dissected and its purpose revealed, deconstructed and more effective approaches explored.

        Blame GameOUTCOMES

        • Why is the blame game sapping resources of all kinds
        • The trap of mismanaged fear, guilt, anger and power
        • Scapegoating:  Benign or malicious.
        • How to play and the benefits of quitting
        • Reframing blame: Identifying payoffs and protections
        • Mindful communication:  Truth without blame
        • Positive accountability in the workplace

          ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS


          Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

          Workshop Date:   Thursday 19th November 2015

          Online Access to Materials:   From Monday 16th November to 22nd November

          Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can do so and download your certificate from completion of the online workshop.

          Access to Online Coaching:  Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach and get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

            Whether it is the microscope under which we have our leaders today that has identified that toxic behavior in company leaders is a growing problem or it has always been an issue, how do we help these leaders be more effective.  This 1 hour online workshop explores strategies for overcoming the dark side of leadership.

            Lion TamingOUTCOMES

            • Recognising overt and covert aggressive leadership in the workplace.
            • Rationalising and externalising:  Blame and projection.
            • Preventing emotional abuse with emotional intelligence
            • Eliciting positive strengths
            • Action learning strategies and a framework for transformation

            ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS


            Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

            Workshop Date:   Thursday 18th December 2015

            Online Access to Materials:   From Monday 14th to 20th December

            Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can do so and download your certificate from completion of the online workshop.

            Access to Online Coaching:  Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach and get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

              Why do highly capable people sometimes feel like they aren't as great as others think?   Have you ever thought: They made a mistake and actually confused me with someone else much more qualified? Or had the feeling that even if they meant you, it will only be a matter of time before they realize you are a fraud? It's not the kind of thing to which people like to admit and if left unaddressed, opens the doors for imposers who play on a the fear driving these thoughts and feelings.

              Imposters & ImposersOUTCOMES

              • Feeling like a fraud
              • Its more than just high achieving women
              • Self-criticism and internalising externals
              • Who's yardstick?  What is and when is good enough?
              • Conditional acceptance and those who feed on fearEveryday courage and connection
              • Self authoring

              ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS


                Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

                Workshop Date:   Thursday 11th February 2016

                Online Access to Materials:   From Monday 9th to 14th February 2016

                Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can do so and download your certificate from completion of the online workshop.

                Access to Online Coaching:  Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach and get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

                The workplace has often been seen as one of the places where civility still ruled, with co-workers treating each other with a mixture of formality and friendliness, distance and politeness.  However, with downsizing, reengineering,budget cuts, pressures for increased productivity, autocratic work environments increasing and the use of part-time and outsourced employees, there has been an increase in "uncivil and aggressive workplace behaviours.”   At what point does incivility become toxic undermining individuals and work-groups?  This workshop is for those wanting to understand the options in when you find yourself in a toxic wasteland.

                Toxic WorkplacesOUTCOMES

                • When is behaviour toxic and how to recognise it.
                • Indicators of toxic workplaces.
                • Staff infections:  The costs of toxic behaviour.
                • System overload.  When the poison rots performance.
                • Narcissists and psychopaths.  Putting their power in neutral.
                • What happens when HR won't or can't do there job.
                • Do you really get what you tolerate?  Surviving toxic workplaces
                • What do you mean THRIVE?

                ONLINE WORKSHOP DETAILS


                Workshop Time:  12.00 - 13.00pm workshop + 1 hour questions (Australian EST)

                Workshop Date:   Thursday 17th March 2016

                Online Access to Materials:   From Monday 1tth to 21st March 2015

                Online Assessment & Certificate:  If you choose to complete the assessment, you can do so and download your certificate from completion of the online workshop.

                Access to Online Coaching:  Use the booking area to schedule online time with a coach and get started exploring the specific issues you want to address.

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