Employee Development in a Box: No Prep, No Plan, No Problem!
Twelve staff development programs includes learning guide and audio MP3 each under 1 hour in length.
Develop Yourself and Your Staff!
Individual programs originally sold for $50 now packaged in convenient option for, one time payment and easy monthly delivery. Each month a new program automatically appears in your library.
- Make a commitment to your personal development
- Meet top experts, life coaches, transformational leaders
- Get a monthly download to use on your schedule
- Develop your leadership skills by sharing the information with your family, team or downline
The only way you grow is through the books you read, the experiences you have, and the people you meet. Now you can grow yourself and your staff with very little preparation and at an affordable pace and price. Simply press play on your computer, or download into your ipod or MP3 player and listen while you exercise. Personal and professional development has never been easier than this.
Master Your Workday Now
Speaker: Michael Linenberger
Are you drowning in e-mail, overwhelmed by stacks of paper, and overwhelmed by all
the tasks on your list…or have you become so buried, you can’t even find your list?
This content rich program offers proven strategies to control chaos, create outcomes
and connect your work to who you really are.
Michael Linenberger has been called the “Efficiency Guru” by business leaders
(and the media) for his revolutionary common-sense approach to workplace productivity.
His latest book, Master Your Workday Now! can be described as a “The Power of Now” meets “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People.” Michael’s work has been featured in numerous business magazines including Fast Company and Investor’s Business Daily. He is a former Vice President at Accenture and IT Director for the U.S. Peace Corps.
7 Keys to Self Mastery
Speaker: Marlene Chism
Let’s face it, with the advancing pace of technology, the state of the economy and the information overload, it’s easy to feel the pressure. The pressure shows up in different ways. You feel guilty…like you should be doing something more. Or, you sacrifice sleep just to get in a few more hours of productivity. Sometimes the pressure shows up as comparing yourself to others only to find you don’t quite measure up. The voice in your head keeps you up at night worrying about your future. In this program we talk about how to identify the 7 red flags of self-betrayal, why increasing your integrity can give you peace, how to eliminate the guilt trip trap and specific ways you can start feeling right away.
Marlene Chism is a professional speaker and founder of The Stop Your Drama Methodology. Marlene is the author of Stop Workplace Drama, and she works with companies that want to run the office with no complaints, no excuses and no regrets.
Stress Proof Your Brain: How to Rewire for Happiness, Well Being and Success
Speaker: Rick Hanson, Ph.D
Have you ever said, “That’s just the way I am?” If you have ever thought that you couldn’t
change your life for the better, I have good news for you: You can change.Your brain is not
hard wired! A revolution in science has recently revealed that the adult brain remains open
to change throughout the life span. In today’s Attitude Builders program, my guest
Rick Hanson is going to talk about how you can use your mind to change your brain.
Rich Hanson, PhD, is a neuropsychologist, a meditation teacher and weekly contributor to
psychology-today.com. Rick has written and taught extensively about the essential inner
skills of personal well-being, psychological growth and contemplative practice—as well
as about relationships, family life and raising children. He founded the Wellspring Institute
for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom and is the author of Buddha’s Brain, the
practical neuroscience of happiness, love and wisdom.
But I Might Need it Someday: How to Be Organized Once and For All
Speaker: Patty Kreamer
Do you find yourself running late to meetings, feeling overwhelmed or spending time trying to find your car keys, favorite pen, or some document you have misplaced? Are you afraid to throw out your old 8-track tapes because you think you might need them some day? Are stacks of old magazines cluttering your home?
What about your office desk? Do you remember what the surface looks like?
Do you constantly look at your piles and say, “I might need it some day?
Certified professional organizer Patty Kreamer tells you how to be
organized once and for all. Patty is the author of “But I might need it someday”
a book that helps individuals understand the habits that keep them from organizing
their work and their lives. Patty’s other book, The power of simplicity helps you
make more powerful choices so you can change the way you live.
What is Your Body Telling You
Speaker: Steve Sisgold
What if you know you could have instant access to a power that could help you in all
areas of your life? What if you could really be certain when making an important
decision? What if you could use this power to attract and act on the right opportunities
at the right time? And what if you could use this power to heal your body, or to attract
the right relationship? What if you knew that you could use this power to manifest the
life of your dreams.
Steve Sisgold is going to show you how to tap into this power, he calls Whole Body Consciousness. Steve is an author, speaker, film maker, businessman, and body centered therapist whose clients include best selling authors, Grammy Award winners and CEO’s. He has taught thousands to use body intelligence to create better lives.
The Enneagram: A System for Personal Development and Growth
Speaker: Dr. David Daniels, MD
What if you could figure out exactly what motivates you? And what if you could unlock the door to better relationships and a higher sense of well being? What if by knowing yourself better you could develop a personal plan of action to grow in ways that would enhance every area of your life?
This program introduces you to a system that will help you uncover unconscious motivations, understand yourself and others better, and will assist you in bringing positive change into all aspects of your life.
Dr. Daniels is a clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford Medical School. In private practice for more than three decades, Dr. Daniels has taught the Enneagram system at Stanford University and internationally for 15 years.
He is the author of the Essential Enneagram: The definitive personality test and self-discovery guide.
7 World-class Standards of Performance Excellence
Speaker: Anne Bruce
What does it really take to be successful? Does it take connections in high places? Giving up your spiritual connection, or just hard work? Expert Anne Bruce answers these questions and gives you 7 World Class Standards of Performance Excellence.
Anne Bruce is an international speaker and best-selling author of more than 16 books including Discover True North, Be Your Own Mentor, Motivating Employees, and Solving Employee Performance Problems.
Anne’s books have been translated in to more than 24 languages worldwide.
Ann travels the globe in her speaking and coaching career, and she has appeared on CBS Evening News, Today Show, Good Morning America and she has been featured in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and Newsweek. You can find more at www.annebruce.com
There’s No Such Thing as Difficult People
Speaker: Dana Lightman
Do you have difficult people in your life that push your hot buttons? Whether that difficult person is your co-worker, your boss, or a relative, you know how exhausting it is to lose your focus due to the drama and negativity. What if you could learn how to get your power back so you could stop other people’s troubling behavior from troubling you?
Dr. Dana Lightman is an expert in the field of positive psychology with over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and educator. Dana is the founder of the Power Optimism programs and she travels the country speaking and training at conferences, universities and corporate events. You can find her at www.danalightman.com
Five Steps to Being Conflict Competent
Speaker: Dr. Sylvia LaFair
Your co-worker acts like a spoiled 3rd grader, the atmosphere is so heavy you could cut it with a knife, and you can’t cope one more day with the office politics. How do you stop workplace drama when you are afraid of conflict? Dr. Sylvia LaFaire talks about how we recreate our family experiences in the workplace, and how to identify some of the common patterns that show up and how you can change these patterns from getting in your way.
Finally, you will learn five steps to help you become competent when dealing with conflict.
Sylvia Lafair, PhD, a business, leadership and communications expert and President of Creative Energy Options Inc. AKA CEO. (CEO) is a global consulting company optimizing workplace relationships. Her book “Don’t Bring It to Work” (Jossey Bass) has won multiple best business book awards and is often quoted in leadership blogs as well as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Fortune magazines.
8 Steps to Clear Communication: Practice these Often
Speaker: Scott Carbonara
At the heart of most employee performance problems is a communication gap. When an employee suffers from performance problems, one of the most likely causes is a manager who has failed to communicate clearly, candidly, consistently, concisely, continually and confidently.
The most typical scenario is that your employees don’t know what to do, they know what to do but they don’t know how to do it, or they lack the inspiration to do it.
Scott Carbonara served as an award-winning family therapist before working as a management, communication and change consultant. Eventually, Scott served as the chief of staff for Healthcare Services Corporation, the largest non investor-owned health insurance company in North America.
Five Communication Mistakes and How to Fix Them
Speaker: Jane Sanders
Have you ever felt misunderstood by the opposite sex? Does your boss ever hurt your feelings?
Do you get irritated with a co-worker who is just a bit too sensitive?
Are you a bit intimidated by overly direct colleagues?
When you speak at a meeting, are others receiving the message you want them to receive?
If you recognize any of these challenges, it might not be you….and it might not be them…it might be a gender communication issue.
Jane is the founder of GenederSmart Solutions, a pioneer in the communication dynamics between men and women at work…and at home.Jane’s book, “GenderSmart: Solving the Communication Puzzle Between Men and Women,” is published in 5 countries and can be found on her website at janesanders.com. Jane has worked live on television with Suze Orman, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Christianne Northrop, and others. Jane is known for flushing out candid feedback, and ideas from employees to help companies improve morale, employee engagement, and productivity.
An Interview with Dr. David Simon
Speaker: Dr. David Simon
What if you knew that your ability to give and receive love could heal you emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically? Most of us at some point in our lives learned to believe that we are unworthy of love. The belief of unlovability manifests in many ways…
- Digestive disorders
- Chronic pain and fatigue
The late Dr. Simon’s philosophy was that each of us is capable of writing a new love story worth living and he says emotional freedom is the heart of true healing.
Dr. David Simon was a world-renowned authority in the field of mind-body medicine. As a practicing physician, innovative researcher, and insightful teacher, Dr Simon was a pioneer in expanding a vision for an effective and compassionate healthcare system.
Dr. Simon, was a board-certified neurologist who received his medical degree from the University of Chicago’s medical school. He began his influential career in private practice in neurology, and then served as chief of staff and medical director of the Neurological Rehabilitation Center and Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory at Sharp Cabrillo Hospital.
He served as the medical director for the Chopra Center. Dr. Simon developed clinical programs in mind-body medicine, and was a driving force behind the Chopra Center’s development, training, and implementation of the Center’s flagship programs. Dr. Simon authored Free to Love, Free to Heal and made his transition in February of 2012.