ON – November 10-12, 2017, Niagara on the Lake
QC – November 17-19, 2017, Mont Tremblant
$1,999 includes all sessions, standard hotel room, all meals and group event (i.e. wine tour)
TOPICS FOR THE FIRST WEEKEND INCLUDE
- Increasing self-awareness through the Johari Window; understanding which parts of us are known to us, known to others and even unknown to ourselves.
- Understanding ourselves and others through the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator, an assessment designed to measure psychological preferences in how people work, communicate, interact, perceive the world and make decisions.
- Emotional Intelligence (EI) is vital to being an effective and high-performing member of any team. In this training, you will become familiar with the proven EI model and learn how to apply EI skills for maximum effectiveness. You will also gain the insight and tools you need to make your job and career more effective, satisfying and successful, and have a standout advantage in any professional situation.
- The Wheels of Life are coaching tools that help us determine the current state of our job performance, complete a professional assessment and finally complete a Wheel of Life to see how it all comes together.
- Determining your own personal values is a fundamental to professional success; a fun and interactive exercise helps participants do this for themselves.
- Visualization is a big part of goal setting; all great leaders take time to visual what success looks like for them and we will take you through a visualization process to see what it looks like for you.
- Make the visualization concrete is the next step by creating a Vision Board; this is a fun and meaningful process.
- Finally, after determining our own strengths, direction and development path; what else can we do to make it a reality? What skills do we need to acquire? Are there any traditional male skills that we as women can leverage?
YOUR WORKSHOP LEADERS
She has been recognized with the prestigious Human Resources Professional Association Fellow award for her contributions to developing HR policy, influencing law and policy in relation to human resources, advocating for the industry, as well as her program innovation, service to the professional and broader community and vision of people-centred business practices. Shelley shares her insights and experiences as a highly sought-after speaker at conferences, professional associations and corporate events across Canada and the United States. She works with global companies and national associations to develop innovative HR policies, recruitment and retention programs and communication strategies that build brand recognition and loyalty. Next on her list of adventures? Writing her best-selling book, scuba diving in the Maldives and continuing to grow the scope and high energy impact of her talented and expert team of HR consultants at Bromelin.
Shelley graduated from York University in Toronto with a B.A. in Psychology and completed the Advanced HR Management Program from the Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto) as well as the Wharton Business Leadership Program at the Wharton School of Business in Pennsylvania. She is also a professional coach with the Coaches Training Institute.
Some people are just born to motivate and inspire. Top of our list of motivators is Bromelin’s Senior Human Resource Consultant, Training and Development guru, Jenny Simpson. Leadership development through team integration, conflict resolution and management coaching are just a few of her mad skills. She approaches life with such enthusiasm that her ‘Bucket List’ is so long it’s more accurate to call it a ‘Bucket Book’. Not content with the intensity of Canadian winters, the next chapter in her story is going to include a trip to Antarctica. Jenny volunteers her time supporting children’s charities on-site in international locations including Honduras, Uganda, the Philippines, Nepal and Tibet. In keeping with her vision of a kinder world, Jenny was a key initiator in bringing Helping Hands Canada to Bromelin’s team building philanthropy practices. Helping Hands has offered free access to prosthetic hands for amputees in developing nations, powerfully changing and improving life quality for the recipients.
Jenny has her BA in Psychology from Wilfred Laurier University, taught at Niagara College and is certified in the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator, Crucial Conversations, Crucial Accountability and Critical Thinking through 6 Hats.
Others are born to coach and make a deep impact in people’s lives, that is what we have in Denise Boyer. As a certified Life Coach, Denise has the keen ability to know when to dig a little deeper and help you discover the answers to your burning questions. As a natural Facilitator, Dee is in her element when delivering training at the front of the room; regardless of the size of the group, Denise has the skills needed to reach out to everyone in the room, ensuring that your personal experience truly exceeds your expectations and that you walk away having had “Aha” moments. Denise also brings extensive experience in Learning & Development, Instructional Design, e-Training and Digital Marketing. Having a contagious positive outlook on life, Dee is most happy when helping others achieve their goals. “Never stop learning, because Life never stops teaching”