Do you manage other staff? Do you wonder how to lead them more effectively? Do you find that you are often surprised by people’s reactions to challenges in the workplace? This interactive workshop is designed to help you learn more about your own management style and how to strengthen it, to learn more about your colleagues and how to engage them more effectively and to learn how to connect individual work to overall organizational goals.
Participants will also learn to:
Better understand their own management style
Develop practical people development skills to utilize in the workplace
Better understand how to manage workplace challenges
Better understand and appreciate how different personality styles can be beneficial for a workplace
Engage more effectively with direct reports and other colleagues
Benefits of the workshop:
Increased energy and engagement
Better workplace relationships
New tools and resources to tap whenever needed
About the presenter:
Rachael Grossman is a certified executive coach and consultant with extensive experience in the non-profit, corporate and social enterprise sectors. As an executive, she has managed business growth divisions encompassing new business development, fundraising, communications for Goodwill, Parenting Magazine, Women.com, and the Women’s Funding Network. As a coach, she helps clients connect the dots by bringing together for-profit smarts and non-profit soul to create solutions that integrate organizational and individual development. As a consultant, she helps enterprises develop realistic growth plans, new businesses, diversified revenue strategies, high-impact cross-sector partnerships—and to develop staff capacity to implement these initiatives. She is an executive coach for the Center for Excellence in Nonprofits’ Leaders Institute.