This event has been cancelled in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. It may be rescheduled at a later date. Registration fees will be refunded automatically. If you have not received a refund by March 25, 2020 please email [email protected].
Does teamwork or cross-functional work seem much harder than it should? Do you experience challenges and roadblocks every step of the way? Does work take longer than it should when it involves different functions/departments? This workshop will help you gain important insights into methods that are used to establish a workplace with a foundation of mutual success. Four practical tools will be introduced and practiced to build more trusting teams and workplaces.
What we will cover:
- Learn about what goes on in your brain to help and also hinder you in your work.
- Practice tools to create a safe environment, be more transparent, reduce conflict, and open a view of shared success.
- Learn four practical techniques to help you build trust in teams and practice using these techniques in groups with real problems.
- Learn strategies to listen and connect with others, ask effective questions, create more transparency, and build a shared view of success in the workplace.
About the Presenter
Kerry Black is a leadership development specialist and executive coach working primarily with new and emerging leaders in education and not-for-profit organizations. Kerry is the founder of Black Ink Coaching and Consulting. Prior to becoming a coach, Kerry held roles in public education as a teacher, principal, and leadership consultant. Kerry holds a masters degree in Teaching and Learning (University of Calgary), a graduate certificate in Executive Coaching (Royal Roads University), and certificates in Adult and Community Education and Human Resource Management. Kerry is an engaging speaker and presents locally and internationally.