The Calgary Business Club Message Board › Maximizing Your Business Potential - A Seminar Series Brought to you by Coop
Our valuable seminar series will ensure you bring business strategies to fruition and generate successful execution of your business plans. Through interactive workshop sessions you will develop skills and expertise in six fundamental areas to solidify your business success.
These seminars will be ideal for business owners, managers, senior executives, human resource professionals and others who strive to be thought leaders within their organizations. Seminars will be offered weekly on Thursday’s from 3 to 5 pm commencing Oct 6th and continuing on Oct 13, Oct 20, Oct 27, Nov 3 and Nov 10. MacLeod Place Conference Center, 5940 Macleod Trail SW.
We recognize your financial constraints and are currently offering these seminars at an outstanding rate to produce a return on your investment that will be instantly identifiable to your organization. Follow our link at http://cooperativesol... to purchase tickets at $79 per session, or attend all 6 for $390. (If a package of 6 is purchased, seats are transferrable and can be applied to any seminar). Contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our seminars will focus on the following fundamental areas:
1. Building Business Systems to Retain and Engage Employees – September 29th, 2011
2. Strategies for Successful Teams/Meetings – October 6th, 2011
3. Overcoming Resistance to Change – October 13th, 2011
4. Options for Resolving Business Disputes - October 20th, 2011
5. Using Brain Science for Smarter Business – October 27th, 2011
6. Structuring Your Conversations for Business Success – November 3rd , 2011
Our expert facilitators bring varied backgrounds to ensure attendees receive high value content that can be immediately implemented. We are a team of dedicated professionals, each with private practices specializing in helping business find tangible solutions to the people challenges they are experiencing.
1. Strategies for Successful Teams/Meetings
When tough decisions need to be made we may be confused when our teammate walks away, or lashes out at what appears to be constructive feedback. Understanding how individuals on your team react when under stress and in conflict will build a path for good collaborative decision making, and a foundation for improved team dynamics.
Join us for a fun and practical exploration of conflict styles. You will walk away with practical tools for engaging all members of your team in important conversations, and a deeper understanding of your own reaction in various situations.
2. Overcoming Resistance to Change
You’re rolling out a new program, there is a new system to introduce, and there are new expectations for work procedures. You know the business case is there for change …. How do you get people to buy in? People challenges are difficult! In this session you will learn tangible and implementable tactics that will improve employee engagement and increase the efficiency of integration.
3. Options for Resolving Business Disputes
Do you have disputes or misunderstandings within your organization or with external clients that take up your time and slow your business down? Are you currently paying legal fees to assist in resolving disputes? Learn about other options you may have for resolving business disputes.
4. Using Brain Science for Smarter Business
Our brains are the most complex structures in the universe, and they make us who we are. The burgeoning field of brain science offers business people surprising insights into how to make optimal choices, connect with others, build effective motivation and deal with stress. Join as we explore these and many other fresh and useful contributions to business practice from the leading edge of science.
5. Structuring Your Conversations for Business Success
We have important conversations everyday as we go about our business. We are also avoiding many conversations with employees and colleagues that could change our business and our work dynamics. Join us to see how easy it can be to have these conversations that matter once we learn the structure behind a great interaction.
6. Building Business Systems to Retain and Engage Employees
According to the Dan Dana (Measure of Financial Cost of Organizational Conflict, 2001), over 90% of employees leave organizations due to conflict with colleagues and supervisors and Stats Canada indicates that 48% of the Canadian workforce will be eligible to retire in the next 5-10 years. Join us to see how you can ensure that your business will have a stable, productive workforce well into the future.