Some guys may get instinctively defensive when the phrase “like a girl” is tossed at them, but it’s time for them to embrace it, and actually welcome it, if they want to be an effective leader.
To learn why, join me and my wife Katie Stallard for a unique webinar hosted by ATD on Thursday, September 20, 2018. Inspired by the #LikeAGirl campaign, we’ll share recent research and a fresh perspective on why women have superior leadership skills, what men can do to improve, and humorous and heartwarming examples from our own experiences. Learn more and register for the webinar.
Mark your calendars and join me on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, for a webinar hosted by the team at getAbstract! We’ll be discussing why human connection is considered a superpower for individuals and organizations, how to build a Connection Culture in your workplace, and much more.
The UCLA neuroscientist Matthew Lieberman calls human connection a superpower that makes people smarter, happier, and more productive. It’s also a superpower for organizations that helps to produce sustainable superior performance. Isolation, on the other hand, produces the exact opposite results for individuals and organizations.
Join me on July 12 for a webcast hosted by ATD to discuss the research behind why connection is so critical and practical ways you can increase connection in your life and workplace.
Join me on May 30, 2018, for a complimentary webinar hosted by Terryberry. We’ll discuss why people and organizations need Connection Cultures to thrive and share practical ways to that you can begin to connect with others.
Don’t miss Dr. Todd Hall’s webinar tomorrow titled “How to Beat Stress and Elevate Engagement.” See details and signup here.
I’m pleased to announce that Dr. Todd Hall, chief scientist at E Pluribus Partners, will join me on July 12 for a webcast hosted by the Human Capital Institute. We’ll discuss why traditional approaches to employee engagement don’t work and what you can do instead to develop a culture that fosters high levels of engagement and connection.
Recently, I had the pleasure of taking part in a webinar hosted by Everyday Ambassador, a consulting firm that brings the principles of connection to individuals, schools, and organizations involved in volunteering, travel, and study abroad. Watch the video of our full conversation.
This April, I will be teaching a three-part webinar series on Connection Culture for HRDQ-U. In it, you will learn:
Three types of subcultures in organizations;
The six human needs to thrive;
The five elements of a Connection Culture;
Best practices of individuals who create Connection Cultures; and
Join me on Tuesday, January 5 for a webinar on creating a life-giving culture in your healthcare organization. Hosted by the Greater Chicago Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), the webinar will address how to improve your organization’s culture through greater connection.
I look forward to discussing the three predominant relational cultures in the workplace and how each affects your productivity, health, and happiness in this upcoming ATD webcast. Register today for “Your Workplace Culture: Life-Giving or Draining the Life Out of You?”