Workshop Schedule

The following schedule is tentative. Registration for each workshop opens as information is finalized. Locations and dates may change; subscribe for email updates to recieve the most up to date info!

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  1. 24
    Jan
    Reignite Your Passion
    3:00pm - 5:00pm
    December is a time of year we reflect on our accomplishments, our unmet goals and our purpose/mission in the community. As we do so, let’s plan for a sizzling New Year with Reignite Your Passion, a workshop conducted by Brad Newman of Yavapai Exceptional Industries and brought to you by United Way of Yavapai County, Center for Nonprofit Excellence. Let’s craft plans for making 2019, the best it can be .
  2. 25
    April
    Building An Intentional Culture
    3:00pm - 5:00pm
    We are surrounded by buzz words for work environments of the new millennium. Culture, healthy organizations, purpose and meaning, mindfulness, and so on and so on. But what does it all really mean? Building an intentional culture means putting your best foot forward, having a shared mindset, and executing through leadership starting with a set of beliefs that transcend the organization. In the time we spend together, we will discuss how the four elements of culture can help your organization for the better.
  3. 7
    Feb
    Master Mind Group Development
    2:00pm-4:00pm
    An introduction to forming and facilitating a mastermind group... A mastermind group is a peer-to-peer mentoring concept used to help members solve their organizational/business problems with input and advice from the other group members. A mastermind group isn’t just about each member getting what he or she needs; it is also about giving support to members and helping each person create and/or run successful organizations. Participants should plan to give just as much as they receive, which will make your group much more beneficial for all involved. In this class, you will learn techniques and strategies to best orchestrate a mastermind group.
  4. 21
    Mar
    Practical Coach Workshop
    2:00pm-4:00pm
    This highly interactive course provides management level individuals with practical, effective and positive methods for leading and coaching employees. These tools help supervisors inspire and motivate good performers, as well as address poor performers and those who seem to be headed towards failure on the job. In addition, participants will learn how to draft effective written corrective action letters that will either motivate poor performers to improve or provide helpful evidence for unemployment claims, in the event that the employee is not successful on the job. All leaders are coaches—this course will put them at the top of their game!






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