High Impact Clinic: Personal & Professional
and Personality Analysis
Personality analysis can be used to understand the
preferences of others that can help us to predict
behaviour. It helps us to understand who we are
and how and why we interact with others the way
we do. This workshop addresses how self evaluation
of our own leadership personality may help us to
become more adaptable in recognizing the strength
weaknesses and possible blind spots of others whom
we are leading and/or managing.
What are you communication tools? How can we best
use the tools we have at our disposal? Learn how
to express your thoughts and ideas while impressing
others. A revolutionary communication technique
will be introduced that you can apply to control
how you communicate for your personal success.
Openers and Closers
Do you ever wonder how some people manage to instantly
capture and hold audience attention effortlessly
as though magic? Have you ever attended a presentation
that seems to end without an ending leaving you
craving a summary of some sort for closure? Learn
proven strategies to create positive audience impact
at the beginning of any presentation as well as
how to effortlessly bring your presentation to a
Coaching versus Mentoring?
Coaching and mentoring are often linked together
and sometimes mistaken for identical concepts. The
essential difference between the two is the direction
of the output. Coaching is about improving an employee’s
performance at their current job (performance).
Mentoring is about improving the employee’s
qualification and positioning for upward progression
in the organization. Quite often, but not necessarily
so, the coach and mentor are the same person –
the employee’s supervisor. The skills necessary
to be an effective coach or mentor are identical.
Most companies have informal and natural coaching
and mentoring already in place. This workshop explores
the skills associated with formal coaching and mentoring
for progressive and effective management to ensue.
Conflict occurs at the individual, team and organizational
level. Most people deal with conflict by simply
avoiding it. Successful conflict resolution means
taking risks. It means creating an action plan to
ensure conflict is resolved properly. This workshop
explores the concept of conflict, reasons for its
occurrence and approaches to managing conflict for
resolution in the workplace to create a peaceful
and productive climate among employees.
Leadership experts assert that the 21st Century
leaders need to be effective to deal with large
and often frequent changes. The first component
is competency referring to skills and knowledge;
the second refers to character, such as unselfishness
and decisiveness. Today successful Managers behave
as Leaders empowering others to take initiative
and responsibility. Learn the difference between
the old style of management and the new concept
of leadership that is now claiming the 'successes'
in today's most profitable organizations.