Leadership Seminars and Workshops
Effective communication and inspiring leadership are crucial for the success of any venture. But while the essential components for success may stay the same, the detailed needs of an organization are always different. Since 1993, Bob has been delivering seminars and performing one on one coaching with business owners, executives, managers, employees, and individuals across a broad range of occupations and vocations, addressing their specific needs though corporate executive experience and a master’s degree in behavioral science.
The combination of behavioral science, corporate executive experience and championship performance is used to develop and deliver these workshops and seminars on a wide range of behavioral topics. These workshops and seminars are tailored to the client’s needs for corporate learning events, retreats, and training opportunities. These events are designed to effectively deliver the workshop content to a range of different sized groups, from as large as 150 participants to just a few participants. Individual one-on-on coaching is also available.
Fundamentally sound behavioral science knowledge and light humor are used in the design of the content and exercises to provide the opportunity for long term retention of the material.
Popular Seminars and Workshops:
Exploring “Adaptive” Skills in the Work Place.
Conflict Resolution Styles and Appropriate Use
Improved Communication Skills for Adults
Our Reality-What Goes into Creating It
Marketing to the Subconscious Codes Imprinted in the Brain
Secrets – The Language of Teams
Teaming for Success
How to Determine the Odds of the Success of a Project (before it starts)
The Key Ingredients in Successful Hiring and Retention
Secrets of Efficient Survey Techniques-Turning Data Into Action
Ways to Improve Your Leadership Capabilities
You Are An Executive - Six Things You Absolutely Have to Pay Attention To
An Introduction to Ayurvedic Medicine
Ayurvedic Traditions for Higher Levels of Wellness
Tools of the Trade – Five Easy to Use “Rule of Thumb” Models to Make Managing Easier