7 Class Hours
FranklinCovey is the world leader in helping organizations achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior, often the most difficult challenge any organization faces. Moore Norman Technology Center is now giving you access to a variety of FranklinCovey leadership classes through 90-minute lunch and learns and extended all-day workshops.
The workplace is an unprecedented minefield of constant demands from other people, technology, and a nonstop workday. We are forced to make critical decisions under pressure, creating a personal energy crisis that prevents us from thinking clearly and achieving extraordinary results. To succeed in this new work world, we need to learn how to make good decisions, focus our attention, and sustain high energy day in and day out.
The 5 Choices lunch (included) & learn focuses on skills which increase the productivity of individuals, teams, and organizations. Participants are introduced to methods for making more selective, high-impact choices about where to invest their valuable attention, energy, and time.
Successfully leading a team takes a unique and different set of skills than those of an individual contributor. It’s hard to be a good boss! Many leaders and managers have been promoted due to their individual competence, but struggle when it comes to leading and managing people.
The 7 Habits for Managers® equips team leaders to address these basic issues and improve how they achieve sustainable results through and with others. This solution distinctly focuses on who a manager IS, not just what they DO. Its uniqueness is the lens of the 7 Habits framework— and the way it applies new mindsets, skills, and tools towards becoming a great leader who can consistently deliver results.
Develops essential mindsets, skillsets and toolsets to get work done with and through others. Most valuable when needing to build the leadership pipeline at the frontline-leader level.
Trust is an economic driver and always impacts two measurable outcomes: speed and cost. Learn the skills that increase personal credibility and specific behaviors that increase trust and enable you to better manage change and lead high-performing teams that are agile, collaborative, innovative, and engaged.
Addressing Bias Lets Your People Thrive Bias is a natural part of the human condition—of how the brain works. But it affects how we make decisions, engage with others, and respond to various situations and circumstances, often limiting potential. Unconscious Bias: Understanding Bias to Unleash Potential helps participants:
There is nothing more fundamental to performance than how we see and treat each other as human beings. Helping your leaders and team members address bias will let them thrive, increasing performance across your organization.
Helps leaders and teams optimize time and energy invested in meetings by providing clear guidelines on what to do before, during and after each meeting. Most valuable for organizations where meetings are perceived as “wasteful” or “unproductive.”
Even in the most turbulent times, there are four roles leaders play that are highly predictive of success. We call them essential, because as leaders consciously lead themselves and their teams in alignment with these roles, they lay the foundation for effective leadership. The 4 Essential Roles are: Inspire Trust, Create Vision, Execute Strategy, Coach Potential.
Create a clear and compelling purpose for your team. Accomplish this by defining the job function, how it links to the organizational strategy and the impact on the financial or resource model of the organization.
Through a defined process that incorporates accountability over a specified arc of time to reinforce concepts and develop habits.
The workshop is all about getting great results by creating and clarifying a compelling purpose and strategy with your team.
Great leaders don’t just understand the differences; they also recognize the importance of putting those differences to work in finding more creative solutions to problems; fostering robust, productive dialog; and engaging team members in giving their highest and best contributions. Allows leaders to understand and leverage the differences among generations.
Resolve the Sticking Points that inevitably occur among generations’ differing perspectives, styles, and expectations. Motivate team members to volunteer their greatest contribution by engaging the whole person and giving space for generational differences to exist.
This solution equips first-level leaders with the essential skills and tools to get work done with and through other people. The program is ideal for new first-level leaders who need to transition successfully from individual contributors to leaders of others. It also applies to leaders who have been in their roles for some time, and are looking for practical and relevant guidance on how to effectively lead and manage their teams.
Deborah Davis, Quest Executive Services, is a passionate leader who sees challenges as opportunities for creativity, development, and growth. She founded Quest Executive Services where she serves teams through experience-based training and coaching. She holds a master’s degree and an Executive Coaching Certification from UTD, she has been a member of the International Coach Federation since 2015 and holds an ACC credential. She is also a Strengths Strategies Coach and Strengths Strategies for Optimal Performance Facilitator, Leading Out of Drama Provider, and CDR Assessment Group Executive Coach and Client Education.
Jeff Cleary joined the Covey Leadership Center in 1991 where he served as president of its New Jersey affiliate. Jeff has served a variety of clients in his 15 years with FranklinCovey, including many Fortune 100 and 500 companies. His experience spans industries including oil and gas, pharmaceutical, communications, and investment banking, as well as large and small IT firms. He has worked with the military, state, and federal government agencies, and a number of nonprofit organizations.
If you attend a lunch and learn, the cost will be deducted from the registration fee for the corresponding all-day workshop. You do not have to attend a lunch and learn to sign up for an all-day workshop.