Management & Leadership Series
November 30 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
An event every 2 weeks that begins at 9:00 am on Wednesday, repeating until Nov 30, 2022
Are you a Manager or Supervisor, the head of a department or a team?
Your ability to guide individuals and groups is a significant factor that influences morale, productivity, turnover, and the health of the workplace.
Join us for this engaging and practical series of workshops that will build your confidence and toolkit to lead others while maintaining your own emotional and professional well-being.
The Management & Leadership Series covers essential knowledge and tools that often are not directly developed despite advancement into supervisory roles. The online workshops are interactive with time built in for break-out rooms, large group discussions, personal reflections and practice time for new skills.
This series is great for anyone who leads others and would like to work on skills, learn more about their own leadership strengths and struggles, and gain a multitude of practical tools and resources. We draw heavily from the “real world” experiences of participants, so come prepared to share your own ideas and be inspired by others in the group.
Oct 05: Being a Steward of Workplace Culture
Oct 19: Discovering & Enhancing your Leadership Style(s)
Nov 02: Giving Effective Performance Feedback
Nov 16: Dealing with Difficult Behaviors at Work
Nov 30: Leading Teams and Groups of People
Tuition per person: $300
Group Tuition per person (5 or more from the same organization): $200
Karen Blumberg from Adaptiva HR, leads this series. As an experienced workshop facilitator, Karen brings great joy and passion to helping individuals and teams learn and grow. She helps identify how Learning & Development can address key needs within an organization and create a comprehensive plan to extend learning beyond a workshop. As a seasoned mental health clinician, and an Organizational Consultant, she provides knowledgeable, compassionate support to employees when they are experiencing something distressful.