At Crothers Consulting we pride ourselves on responding to changing topics in the areas of thought leadership. This is just a sampling of the presentations and facilitated conversations we can offer; contact us for more information or if you have a different need or idea!
MAXIMIZE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF YOUR EMPLOYEES
Calm in the Chaos: Helping Employees Regain Their Footing and Build Resiliency
This session is to help employees focus on what they can control, and to build resiliency, along with guiding them to reboot, focus and thrive.
Calm in the Chaos Part 2 : Mindfulness and Neuroplasticity with Amy Arvary
Understand the concepts of neuroplasticity and how our brain works to be "re-wired". Mindfulness is just not a buzz word, it's a practice that can be learned.
Handling Tough Conversations
Your employees will learn and practice the seven principles of having tough, fierce conversations.
Behavioral Interview Skills
This engaging course will teach participants how to ask great interview questions and conduct a behavioral interview.
DiSC – How Do You Live In Times When So Much Is Out Of Your Control?
This session assists employees with remote working by focusing on effective communication, and reconnecting to what their DiSC style is like in times of stress, along with providing tips for facilitating virtual meetings. It's a positive team builder too!
Aligning Your Team - Facilitated Discussion of Offense or Defense
This session is a professionally-facilitated team meeting to align your team to address what’s needed in these times and normalizing what companies/leaders are feeling, allowing the team to gain energy through collaboration.
Respect in the Workplace
A shortened, 60-minute version of this half day workshop will deal with one or two of these very important workplace topics per session: harassment, discrimination, diversity/inclusion or unconscious bias. This training is mandatory in many states (such as NJ, NY, and CA) and will go hand in hand with your employment policies.
Often in fast growing organizations, successful contributors are quickly promoted to management positions with very little training. It is common for these managers to struggle as they shift into their management roles. The Manager’s Tool Kit program provides assistance with this transition as participants learn best practices, common pitfalls and solutions to help them become successful managers in a short amount of time.
Working in a Multigenerational Workforce
There is a new generational mix at work with Generation Z entering the workforce, and while each generation brings its own value, working together can pose some unique challenges. This session provides evidence-based approaches to working more effectively with each generation.
Building a Strengths-Based Team Using Strengthsfinders
StrengthsFinder 2.0 has become a popular tool for conducting team building at corporations, non-profits and faith-based organizations around the globe. Participants will learn how to leverage their own strengths as well as their teammates for maximum productivity.
Working Effectively with Different Social Styles
This program provides strategies and techniques to recognize and understand different communication styles for a more productive work environment. Participants will assess their own style, learn how to recognize other people’s style and discover how to flex their communication to maximize productivity and reduce workplace conflict.
Leading Yourself and Others Through Change
Change is a reality, and managers face the special challenge of maintaining a positive outlook and helping others to remain positive and productive during times of uncertainty. This dynamic program provides managers and supervisors with the skills, tools, and techniques necessary to lead your organization and coach employees through the ever-changing work environment.
Managing Time and Stress
As organizations grow and change, it is even more critical that employees work smarter and manage their time well, to avoid breeding stress. Participants will learn how to organize their day so that it is more productive and less stressful, since unmanaged stress can lead to lower levels of teamwork and customer service, diminished employee commitment and lower productivity.
Improve Your Emotional Intelligence
Studies conducted across hundreds of organizations have demonstrated a correlation between emotional intelligence (EI) and effective performance.
In fact, EI has been shown to be twice as important as other drivers of job performance such as IQ and technical skills. The good news is that EI can be learned and improved over time. Participants will strengthen skills that are part of being emotionally intelligent.
RESILIENCY WELLNESS PROGRAMS
Statistics tell us that employees crave safety, comfort and information from their peers and leaders. We have created programs for business leaders to provide information and tools to help their employees navigate through these tumultuous times.
Our three Wellness Programs help business professionals positively navigate through these times of quarantine, social separation, family obligations and lack of balance as well as struggling with personal feelings about racism. The programs can be used alone or in conjunction with one another.
Here is a sampling of what we can offer (or contact us if you have another need):
Contact us to discuss your organization's needs!