The Dale Carnegie Cultivate Your Leadership Series is being offered by Spoon River College and the Canton Area Chamber of Commerce. Classes are held over the internet from 11:30am-1pm. Each class is $75. If you are interested in taking all 3 classes you can save by signing up for this section for $200. The 3 classes are listed below.
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Leading Through Change: It would be a challenge to think of a time in recent history that has had as much disruption and change as 2020. Leadership has been put to the test. In this interactive workshop, we look at the different types of change our organizations are experiencing and how we might react. We examine the importance of resiliency as we lead through change. Plus, we examine the role that trust and strong human connections play in navigating the change we are experiencing in our personal and professional lives.
Thursday, September 17, 2020
Crucial Conversations & Handling Mistakes: As our teams experience a workplace that is navigating a high degree of change and uncertainty, mistakes are bound to happen. This is a key time for leaders. Organizations that handle mistakes effectively and maintain strong employee engagement set themselves apart. In this interactive workshop, we look at key human relations principles related to handling mistakes well. We look at several step-by-step strategies that help us maintain employee relations while leveraging mistake-making to improve our processes and provide our teams with valuable insights. We will specifically discuss what we say, how we say it, and what human relations principles we employ to create a positive outcome.
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Creating a Culture of Cooperation: One of the true benefits of employee engagement is that we begin to create an organizational culture that lends itself to cooperation and collaboration. In this interactive workshop, we look at the key factors of employee engagement. We examine the difference in organizational outcomes when we leverage cooperation over compliance. We examine common organizational barriers to cooperation and look at key leadership outlooks and communication skills. Participants should expect to learn the key components of building cooperation and how to utilize specific human relations principles to position themselves to benefit from the experience of their entire organization, not just the top end.