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REGISTRATION – The Emotionally Effective Leader – December 2021

 


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REGISTRATION – Team Intelligence 11-12-21

 


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OVERCOMING “US VS. THEM” MENTALITY

Creating Inclusive Work and Life Environments

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This program provides insightful perspectives and practical tools on creating inclusive connections to build healthy boundaries and mutual respect without forcing compliance, attempting to change minds of others, or engaging in verbal combat.

2020 will take a prominent place in our history as humanity has been tested at a global scale and to the deepest level at its core. A deadly pandemic, divisive politics, deep-rooted social injustice, devasting economic hardship, and traumatizing isolation have severed our connections and destroyed our sense of belonging. The mental, emotional, and social health of humanity have been severely traumatized. As we cautiously approach rebuilding our new norms in 2021, we must be mindful of how we reconnect with the familiar while connecting with the new and different. One of the biggest challenges we must tackle first is dismantling the “Us vs Them” mindset, which keeps us divided politically, culturally, socially, and personally. Our differences do not have to divide us. When our differences are tolerated, we collectively produce sub-par outcomes. When our differences are accepted, we are merely meeting the status quo. However, when our differences are genuinely appreciated, we thrive. We can build an inclusive culture when we openly and intentionally appreciate our differences. Dismantling the “Us vs Them” mindset will create inclusive working and living environments, empowering each individual to thrive physically, socially, emotionally, and mentally.

DATE:

Thursday, November 18, 2021 | 3:00pm – 5:00pm (MT)

FORMAT:

This workshop is being offered via Zoom videoconference. It is limited to 150 participants and is delivered over one two-hour session. This workshop is highly interactive, including breakout groups and group discussion.

This workshop will not be recorded and participants should be prepared to attend the session in person.

REGISTRATION:

  • Early Bird Registration Rate: $49 (until October 18th)

  • Regular Registration Rate: $65

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Due to limited seating, we request that cancellations are made at least three business days before the start of the training. This gives us the opportunity to fill the program.

Cancellations made:

  • 7 business days or more in advance of the training date – the registration will be 100% refunded.
  • 24 hours to 6 business days in advance of the training date – no refund will be processed, but the registration may be transferred to another person, to a future date for the same training, or to another RIHEL program of equal or lesser value.
  • Less than 24 hours in advance of the training date – no refunds or transfers will be processed.

To request a registration change or cancellation, please submit the details of your request through the contact form at the bottom of this event web page and a staff member will follow up to complete your request

INSTRUCTOR

INSTRUCTOR

Jung Park, Professor, Entrepreneur, Author

Adjunct Professor, University of Colorado, Denver

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CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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THE POWER OF A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE

Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership

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Successful leaders understand the importance of intentional leadership. Due to our complex social and political climates, leaders are currently learning rapidly through trial and error. To build on this learning, you are invited to join our Leadership Community of Practice (CoP) where you and other leaders can share your experience and wisdom with one another.

A CoP is a group of people who share a concern, a set of problems, or a passion about a topic, and who deepen their knowledge and expertise (practice) by interacting on an ongoing basis (CDC).

The purpose of this CoP is to explore the application of Kouzes and Posner’s (K & P) five practices of exemplary leadership during this challenging time. RIHEL will provide a forum to briefly review each leadership practice and then facilitate a discussion where you can share your leadership experiences, highlight successes, discuss challenges, and talk about solutions. Each session will focus on one-two of the five practices (Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision, Challenge the Process, Enable Others to Act, and Encourage the Heart). This CoP will emphasize solutions and action over the course of three 90-minute sessions.

In this CoP:

  • Participants will practice behaviors necessary to apply the five practices
  • Participants will share examples of the value of using the five practices
  • Participants will become aware of practices that support them in successfully leading teams virtually
  • Participants will share examples of the challenges of using the five practices
  • Participants will share lessons learned from applying the five practices

You can learn more about the five practices in The Leadership Challenge (6th ed.) by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner (available online, at many bookstores, and some libraries.)

Workshop Format:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. This CoP will include a minimum of 8 participants with a maximum of 24, and is delivered over three 90-minute sessions. This CoP is highly interactive.

This workshop will not be recorded and participants should be prepared to attend the session in person.

Registration Fee: $125

Workshop Dates:

  • Thursdays: May 6, 13 and 20, 2021 | 9:00 – 10:30am

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least three business days before the start of the first session of the CoP. This gives us the opportunity to fill the class.

Cancellations made:

  • 7 business days or more in advance of the first session date – the registration will be 100% refunded.
  • 24 hours to 6 business days in advance of the first session date – no refund will be processed, but the registration may be transferred to another person, to a future date for the same training, or to another RIHEL program of equal or lesser value.
  • Less than 24 hours in advance of the first session date – no refunds or transfers will be processed.

To request a registration change or cancellation, please submit the details of your request through the contact form at the bottom of this event web page and a staff member will follow up to complete your request.

INSTRUCTOR

INSTRUCTOR

Franco Marini, MA, CNL

Daniels College of Business, University of Denver – Adjunct Professor

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REGISTRATION

Select your choice of the available workshop dates below (click the plus sign to open):

The Power of a Community of Practice - Thursdays: May 6, 13 and 20, 2021

DATES: Thursdays: May 6, 13 and 20, 2021.
TIMES: 9:00 – 10:30am (MT) each day

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CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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TEAM INTELLIGENCE

Building and Sustaining a High Performance Team

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This workshop is for anyone on a team who wants to contribute to building and sustaining the higher order team skills needed to thrive in pursuing your mission. Whether you are part of building a new team, or you have a good team that could be great or you have a great team where the energy and purpose need to be renewed, this is a workshop for you.

Leading a team means taking responsibility to create the conditions for your team to thrive, overcome challenges, recover from disappointment, and adapt to the changing landscape of your mission. As a result of this workshop you will:

  • Understand the concept as well as skills associated with the 7 domains of Team Emotional and Social Intelligence (TESI) that include Team Identity, Motivation, Social Awareness, Communication, Stress Tolerance, Mood, and Conflict Resolution.
  • Identify your team’s strengths and challenges in these skills.
  • Formulate strategies for building and sustaining skills in each of the 7 skill domains.
  • Leave with tools and an action plan for building TQ.

Workshop Dates:

Dates for the next workshop are pending. Please click the link below to add your name to the notification list for the next session.

Workshop Format:

This workshop is being offered via Zoom videoconference. It is limited to 25 participants and is delivered over one four-hour session, including several breaks. This workshop is highly interactive, including breakout groups and group discussion.

This workshop will not be recorded and participants should be prepared to attend the session in person.

REGISTRATION:

  • Early Bird Registration Rate: $150

  • Regular Registration Rate: $165

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least three business days before the start of the training. This gives us the opportunity to fill the class.

Cancellations made:

  • 7 business days or more in advance of the training date – the registration will be 100% refunded.
  • 24 hours to 6 business days in advance of the training date – no refund will be processed, but the registration may be transferred to another person, to a future date for the same training, or to another RIHEL program of equal or lesser value.
  • Less than 24 hours in advance of the training date – no refunds or transfers will be processed.

To request a registration change or cancellation, please submit the details of your request through the contact form at the bottom of this event web page and a staff member will follow up to complete your request

INSTRUCTOR

INSTRUCTOR

Judy Baxter, MA

Associate Clinical Professor, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine, Barbara Davis Center

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CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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Leading Teams Virtually 12-17-20 Early Registration

As someone on the waiting list for the November 17, 2020 session of the Leading Teams Virtually workshop, we invite you to attend the newly added December 17th session, instead. We are giving you this opportunity to sign up in advance of opening registration to the general public on November 16th. After that date, we cannot guarantee you a seat in the December session.

To register for the DECEMBER 17, 2020 session, please complete the form below.

This event is sold out.

Please join our waiting list HERE and we will notify you if a spot opens up.

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LIFE: Thank You!

Thank you for your participation in our 2020 LIFE event and for sharing your feedback with us.

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND ENGAGEMENT

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In this interactive workshop, participants will be introduced to the intercultural development inventory continuum (IDI) model, identify their personal world view on difference, and use the dimensions of diversity tool to practice “communicating for acceptance.” Participants will also examine unconscious biases through the Implicit Association Test (IAT) and consider how confirmation bias and fundamental attribution error can impact their thinking. Throughout this two-day workshop, participants will explore how to talk with others about differences, mistakes, and misconceptions

As a result of these workshop sessions:

  • Participants will be confident applying the techniques of communicating for acceptance
  • Participants are able to describe the challenge and importance of remaining in conversation when people have differing views
  • Participants can describe the impact that unconscious bias could have on decision making and actions
  • Participants can identify situation where their unconscious bias could influence their decisions or actions

Registration Fee: $150

Workshop Dates:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. The workshop is limited to 25 participants and is delivered over two 2-hour sessions. These workshop sessions will NOT be recorded.

  • Tuesdays, December 8 and 15, 2020 | 9:00am – 11:00am (both days)
INSTRUCTOR

INSTRUCTOR

Effley Brooks, President

Tiger Bee Consulting, LLC

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REGISTRATION

Select your choice of the available workshop dates below (click the plus sign to open):

Intercultural Communication and Engagement - TBA 2021

Dates to be announced in early 2021.

 


CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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Leading Teams Virtually Waitlist

COACHING WORKSHOP

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This two-session workshop explores fundamental coaching skills and practices that can be used to foster new thinking and insights, improve communications, build intrinsic motivation, and produce meaningful outcomes. We distinguish how coaching is different from other support roles such as mentoring, managing and consulting, and discuss the benefits of coaching, especially for those who lead or manage others. The workshop emphasizes three core coaching skills that heavily influence communication and relationship efficacy. The workshop also introduces the “GEM” coaching model, including options for how to frame and phrase questions powerfully to elicit new awareness, discovery and pathways for action and results. Workshop participants have the opportunity to observe a coaching demonstration, practice using coaching skills and the “GEM” coaching model, and receive constructive peer feedback to build and strengthen their coaching competencies.

As a result of these workshop sessions:

  • Participants can describe how coaching supports personal and professional potential
  • Participants are better prepared to generate coaching questions that support a coaching conversation
  • Participants can describe the framework of a coaching conversation
  • Participants are better prepared to use a coaching style when interacting with others

BONUS OPPORTUNITY: Four-Session Peer Coaching Package

Peer coaching offers a vaulable opportunity to reinforce what has been learned in the workshop while working on one’s own goals and aspirations. All workshop participants have the option to add a four-session peer coaching package to their registration. The coaching sessions are an hour each and take place over the two to four months following the workshop. All RIHEL Peer Coaches are graduates of one of our comprehensive leadership programs and have been trained in the coaching constructs presented in this workshop.

  • Price of the four-session coaching package: $75 if purchased at the time you register for the workshop; $100 if purchased separately

Registration Fees:

  • Workshop Only: $150
  • Four-Session Coaching Package (if purchased when registering for the Coaching Workshop): $75
  • Four-Session Coaching Package (if purchased separately at a later date): $100

Workshop Dates:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. The workshop is limited to 25 participants and is delivered over two 2 1/2 hour sessions. Workshops sessions will NOT be recorded.

  • 2021 Dates and Time TBA
  • Coaching sessions are scheduled following the completion of the workshop
INSTRUCTOR

INSTRUCTOR

Leanne Jeffers, MPH, ACC, CMC

Program Director, Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership

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The next workshop will be in 2021. Dates TBA.

 


CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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TRANSFORMING DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS (aka Powerful Conversations)

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There are many instances in life when we find ourselves in need of having “difficult” conversations where emotions may be running high, where there is a lot at stake, or where there is something challenging or important that we want to change (like asking for a raise). Planning and preparation are key to generating powerful conversations with clear results, particularly in conversations like these. This workshop applies the Triangle of Success as a model for preparing and engaging in effective “high stakes” powerful conversations.

As a result of these workshop sessions:

  • Participants can describe the importance of intention for having a powerful conversation
  • Participants can describe the three elements of the triangle of success
  • Participants are prepared to use the triangle of success to plan future important conversations
  • Participants are better prepared to have a powerful conversation

Registration Fee: $100

Workshop Dates:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. The workshop is limited to 25 participants and is delivered over one two-hour session, including breaks. This workshop session will NOT be recorded.

  • Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | 10:00am – 12:00pm
INSTRUCTOR

INSTRUCTOR

Leanne Jeffers, MPH, ACC, CMC

Program Director, Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership

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REGISTRATION

Select your choice of the available workshop dates below (click the plus sign to open):

Transforming Difficult Conversations - Wednesday, December 16, 2020

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CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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COLLABORATION IN ACTION

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When your leadership is grounded in the principles of collaboration you are better able to facilitate your team’s efforts to achieve goals. Successful collaborations have leaders who stay open and observant to how their team is functioning and regularly reflect on how best to support a growth mindset. This is designed as a two session refresher workshop for RIHEL Alumni who want to grow their skills to facilitate collaborations. Session 1 (2 hours) lays the groundwork for all participants (regardless of RIHEL class), by reviewing the elements of effective collaboration (inclusion, diversity, willingness to hold personal agendas aside) and team functioning (focus, climate and communication). This session will also review considerations for facilitating effective collaborations and tools available to gain insight to team functioning. The Action Assignment will ask participants to use 1 or more of the tools re-introduced in session 1 (Team Assessment tool, SCARF Assessment, Engagement Strategies) and Session 2 – A week later (60 min) – will provide an opportunity for facilitated reflection and reinforced learning in small and large groups discussions.

As a result of these workshop sessions:

  • Participants have a working understanding of the important elements of collaboration and team functioning
  • Participants can describe approaches to facilitate effective collaborations
  • Participants will gain experience using one or more of the tools: Team Assessment, Individual SCARF Assessment, Strategies for Engagement
  • Participants will develop capacity for reflection and integration to support team growth

Registration Fee: $125

Workshop Dates:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. The workshop is limited to 25 participants and is delivered over two sessions. Workshops sessions will NOT be recorded.

  • NOTE: The December 2020 workshop has been cancelled.
  • Future dates TBD
INSTRUCTOR

INSTRUCTOR

Judy Baxter, MA

Associate Clinical Professor, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine, Barbara Davis Center

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CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

Thank you!

THE EMOTIONALLY EFFECTIVE LEADER

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Emotional Intelligence (EI) is proven to be a key indicator of human performance and development. People higher in EI communicate effectively, form strong relationships, and create powerful coping strategies. As for leaders, those with higher EI skills are more likely to demonstrate personal integrity, manage their impulses while still taking risks, be empathetic without losing sight of their own emotional needs, be an effective communicator, easily build rapport and inspire others. EI is a cornerstone of a leader’s ability to build and sustain an engaged, high performing team.

You may have a formal or informal leadership position; you may be a relatively new or a very seasoned leader. The question is, do you want to be a more effective leader? This workshop is for anyone who is interested in developing their leadership capacity. Alternating between group activities and individual reflective exercises, this engaging two-session workshop encourages leaders to focus on their leadership strengths and areas they can develop further.

As a component of this workshop, you will complete a personal EQ-i 2.0 emotional intelligence assessment and receive a personalized EQ-i 2.0 Leadership Report. This report examines your assessment results through the four key dimensions of leadership (Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation) and provides a comparison against top leaders as a benchmark. The report also contains insights on the possible implications of the assessment results, and which skills have the highest potential of becoming leadership derailers. Personalized strategies for development are provided for each emotional intelligence skillset, with the goal of supporting your pursuit and attainment of your true leadership potential.

As a result of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Describe the role of emotional intelligence in effective leadership
  • Describe your emotional intelligence strengths and areas with opportunity for growth
  • Identify how aspects of emotional intelligence can lead to derailing behaviors
  • Identify ways to maximize your leadership potential
  • Apply what you’ve learned in this workshop through your personal EQ-i 2.0 learning plan

Workshop Format:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. The workshop is limited to 24 participants and is delivered over two partial-day sessions. This workshop is highly interactive, including breakout groups and group discussion.

This workshop will not be recorded and participants should be prepared to attend the live session.

Workshop Dates:

  • This workshop will be scheduled in early 2022. Please check back for the new dates.

REGISTRATION:

  • Regular Registration Rate: $439

Registration fee includes the EQ-i 2.0 assessment and personalized Leadership Report valued at $100.

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least 7 business days before the start of the training. This gives us the opportunity to fill the class.

Cancellations made:

  • 7 business days or more in advance of the training date – the registration will be 100% refunded.
  • 48 hours to 6 business days in advance of the training date – no refund will be processed, but the registration may be transferred to another person, to a future date for the same training, or to another RIHEL program of equal or lesser value.
  • Less than 48 hours in advance of the training date – no refunds or transfers will be processed.

To request a registration change or cancellation, please submit the details of your request through the contact form at the bottom of this event web page and a staff member will follow up to complete your request

INSTRUCTORS

INSTRUCTORS

Judy Baxter, MA

Associate Clinical Professor, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine, Barbara Davis Center

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Leanne Jeffers, MPH, ACC, CMC

Program Director, Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership

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Janna West Kowalski, MS, ACC

West Kowalski Consulting and Coaching

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CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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Alumni Series

The Alumni Series provides special workshops for graduates of RIHEL’s comprehensive leadership programs. This series gives our alumni an opportunity to engage with topics they want to revisit and to participate in some of the new or revised workshops that have been introduced since they graduated from their leadership program.

These workshops are only open to graduates of the Advanced Leadership Training Program (ALTP), the Advanced Physicians Leadership Program (APLP), Leadership for Healthy Community Design (LHCD), Primary Care Movers and Changers (PCMAC), and Leadership for Resilience.

CREATING A POSITIVE FEEDBACK CULTURE

Motivate your staff, support individual development, and encourage everyone to be their best during these challenging times by creating a positive feedback culture.

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What might be some of the benefits if your organization embodied a positive feedback culture? Research has shown the following possibilities:

  • More open and improved communications
  • Clearer interactions that lead to further effectiveness and added results
  • Creating a continuous growth mindset
  • Decreased turn-over
  • Additional growth, trust and accountability

In this workshop you will be introduced to a simple and yet powerful feedback model. We will explore various situations in which you can give feedback. You will also learn and practice core strategies that create a foundation for effective feedback communication.

Join us so you can begin to implement a feedback culture that promotes a positive environment and supports bringing out the finest in each member of your organization

As a result of this workshop:

  • Participants will recognize the benefits of a Positive Feedback Culture
  • Participants will learn the structure of the “2+2” model of feedback
  • Participants will comprehend the basic strategies at the heart of a positive feedback culture
  • Participants will practice giving effective feedback
  • Participants will strategize as to how to begin to implement the basic strategies in their organization

Registration Fees: $100

Workshop Dates:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. The workshop is limited to 24 participants and is delivered in one 90-minute session.

  • December 1, 2020 | 10:00 – 11:30am
INSTRUCTORS

INSTRUCTORS

Franco Marini, MA, CNL

Daniels College of Business, University of Denver – Adjunct Professor

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Janna West Kowalski, MS, ACC

West Kowalski Consulting and Coaching

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REGISTRATION

Select your choice of the available workshop dates below (click the plus sign to open):

Creating a Positive Feedback Culture - Tuesday, December 1, 2020

 


CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

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LEADING TEAMS VIRTUALLY

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Team environments as well as the conditions impacting them are changing dramatically. Across all kinds of organizations there may be a pivot required monthly or even weekly as to how and where teams will work– remotely, in-person or some combination. It is essential for a leaders to support their team to function effectively and successfully in such a shifting landscape. In this workshop, you will learn about strategies designed to support your leadership in a virtual world. You will be able to assess your team’s functioning, consider leadership practices to support your team and have an opportunity to create a plan to apply these strategies to effectively lead your team.

Join us as we offer a workshop delivered in three parts designed to empower you to lead effectively in virtual settings.

  1. Foundational – This component will provide a framework for team leaders to use to assess the functioning of their team over time and under changing conditions. We will ground our understanding of leading teams virtually by first understanding the elements of team functioning important for building and sustaining cohesive teams. We will zero in on how a team’s goal focus, working environment, and communication feed and/or drain a team’s mental, physical, and spiritual energies. With this framework and with participant’s insight, we will explore the emerging opportunities and challenges for leading teams in virtual or hybrid settings.
  2. Strategies – In the Strategies component, we will introduce/review several practices intended to strengthen and apply ways of being that add value to any situation. One of the practices is the “TAMIC” model of being: Transparent, Assured, Mindful, Influential and Calm. Remember, the focus here is for you to develop ways to apply these strategies/practices on an every-day basis.
  3. Application – The Application component will guide you in selecting specific strategies to implement with your virtual teams.

As a result of this workshop:

  • Participants will be able to better assess team functioning in different environments
  • Participants will be able to identify drains to effective team functioning, especially those resulting from working virtually
  • Participants will become aware of practices that support them in successfully leading teams virtually
  • Participants will assess their skills and performance related to successful leadership
  • Participants will leave with a plan to implement a minimum of two leading virtual team strategies

Workshop Format:

Given the COVID-19 pandemic and current public health safety concerns, this workshop is only being offered via Zoom videoconference at this time. The workshop is limited to 25 participants and is delivered over one four-hour session, including several breaks. This workshop is highly interactive, including breakout groups and group discussion.

This workshop will not be recorded and participants should be prepared to attend the session in person.

Registration Fee: $150

Workshop Dates:

  • Dates TBA

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least three business days before the start of the training. This gives us the opportunity to fill the class.

Cancellations made:

  • 7 business days or more in advance of the training date – the registration will be 100% refunded.
  • 24 hours to 6 business days in advance of the training date – no refund will be processed, but the registration may be transferred to another person, to a future date for the same training, or to another RIHEL program of equal or lesser value.
  • Less than 24 hours in advance of the training date – no refunds or transfers will be processed.

To request a registration change or cancellation, please submit the details of your request through the contact form at the bottom of this event web page and a staff member will follow up to complete your request

INSTRUCTORS

INSTRUCTORS

Judy Baxter, MA

Associate Clinical Professor, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine, Barbara Davis Center

Read more

Franco Marini, MA, CNL

Daniels College of Business, University of Denver – Adjunct Professor

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Janna West Kowalski, MS, ACC

West Kowalski Consulting and Coaching

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REGISTRATION

Select your Choice of the Available Workshop Dates Below (click the plus sign to open)

Leading Teams Virtually

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CONTACT FORM

If you have any questions about this workshop or need to make changes to your registration, please use the form below to contact us. This message will be sent directly to a staff member. (PLEASE NOTE: submitting this form does NOT complete a registration for this workshop. This is a separate form.)

Thank you!

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