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egypt, Egypt
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Wed Sep 25 2013 at 10:00 am EDT
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Tue Feb 19 2013 at 03:28 am EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Sunday Feb 3, 2013
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This lively session unveils the five secrets to understanding others that most people aren�t aware of in their relationships. Based on Beverly�s internationally bestselling book, the session will share five actionable ways to learn more about yourself and your communication approach, and will teach you how to shift your communication to be more effective with others.
Managers often avoid giving it and employees often resist receiving it. Managers are poor at giving useful feedback and there is good reason. Employees often avoid it to prevent being criticized and to protect their reputations. Employees often prefer to stay in denial than to hear the truth and to change. It is often safer to pretend you are a good performer than to admit you need help. This “feedback disability” most often reveals itself in the annual performance appraisal which remains the most popular management tool. Employees need frequent and regular feedback to be fully engaged and this might explain why the percentage of engaged employees remains stagnant in the high 20’s (Gallup 2012). Engaged employees are twice as productive as disengaged employees (The Temkin Group 2013). Furthermore, this "feedback disability" creates dysfunction that contributes to the organization's inability to effectively and efficiently achieving its strategic objectives and serve customers.
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Thinking and making decisions are vital roles in our everyday life as well as being key workforce skills for success. But: What exactly is Critical Thinking? How do we identify our strengths and opportunities for development? How do we develop this within ourselves and within our teams? In this LearnitLive session, participants will learn key components of Critical Thinking and apply these concepts to learning activities to coach themselves or others using the rational, honest, and open-minded world of Critical Thinking. At the conclusion of this session, participants will: Identify eight key elements of critical thinking Gain awareness of barriers to critical thinking Identify at least three biases which may impact clarity, logic and fairness Learn five initial steps to nurture critical thinking in ourselves and in our team
This interactive series delves into proven strategies to ensure your customers are not just satisfied, but excited to do business with you. We will go over successful case studies and participate in interactive activities so that all the participants gain a keen understanding of how to properly engage your customers and keep them coming back for more!
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Larry Mohl
Career Development
Recorded: Feb 19, 2013 at 09:00 am EDT
Inspiration. When you hear the word what do you think? Can you think of someone who has inspired you? How did it feel? What did it make you want to do? Is becoming a more inspirational leader something you can learn? Will it matter? It turns out that inspiration is far from fluff. In fact, groundbreaking research by Performance Inspired, Inc. has uncovered the 7 Drivers of Inspiration. This emerging science has led to the finding that inspiration is not only the spark that motivates the desire to act. Inspiration is, in fact, a set of well-defined, learn-able behaviors that when practiced, leads to higher levels of employee engagement and performance. In this LearnItLive session you will discover: What research says about the drivers and impact of inspiration The specific leadership behaviors that lead to higher levels of inspiration Areas of personal inspiration focus Exercises that will help you put your learning into practice