Marshall Goldsmith, What Got You Here Won't Get You There: Course Reviews
"The technology used for this program was fantastic, what a great way to have an interactive program without going out of the office."
Lead Account Manager
"Outstanding class! This was relevant and helped to clarify many issues for me as a leader. Tools to develop better relationships and team work. This is what drives results."
Dir. of Business Operations
"Interactive nature through web technology. If I am a better leader, peer, and employee I provide more value to the organization."
Manager of Contracting Operations
"Better and changed behaviors on my part will help strengthen the team and my work. Also a potential solution for future training for our retailers."
"The honesty and sincerity made me more aware of how I may be perceived by others. I will be able to contribube more positive feedback and/or feedforward."
"I believe [the online course] was interactive enough to give the same feel as an in person course."
"Great use of technology tools. Awesome 6 hours of time - the online technology really made me feel like part of a training class and not just an observer!!"
Director of Operations
Vita Plus Corporation
"Helps to identify personal weekness and how to overcome them, making us better leaders."
This dynamic session will help you identify and overcome 20 of the most common interpersonal challenges often found in leadership behavior. You’ll learn a seven-step method to get rid of bad habits, or make adjustments to habits you want to change. You’ll apply a variety of methods to gain feedback and practice feed forward- a simple yet powerful process that turns feedback into productive action.
Numerous live sessions offered each month -- register for the time that works best for you.
1-Hour virtual instructor-led sessions utilizing chat, whiteboard tools and polling
Fast-paced interactive exchange of timely skills and "How-to's"
"When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion."
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People