Presenter: Lori King-Taylor
Many business leaders imagine that success is harmonious and creativity friction free. They could not be more wrong. All organizations have conflict.That's inevitable when you bring people together. In the best companies, where a wide diversity of personalities and disciplines work together, conflict isn't just natural--it's productive. That happens only when people know how to handle it well. This workshop will give you 3 things to help you master your conflicts and embrace active debates!
Lori King-Taylor has extensive experience in leadership development, and organizational effectiveness. For more than 20 years, she has worked with a wide variety of industries including: automotive, educational, financial services, manufacturing, aerospace, technical and non-profit organizations. Lori specializes in assisting companies and their employees develop the skills and strategies needed to improve individual, team and organizational performance. She specializes in human performance development including areas of effective communication skills, executive image, leadership development, motivation, conflict resolution, meeting facilitation and team building. She is certified to administer the Everything DiSC Personality Assessment, 360 Evaluations, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team and the Index of Emotional Intelligence. She is a Certified John Maxwell Trainer and Executive Coach and in 2014, Lori had the prestigious honor of speaking at the TEDx conference.
Presenter: Cornelia Steinberg
We will be exploring 5 habits that will help you face a challenge, whether this is at work or in your personal life. These habits have helped me and are still helping me getting through my current challenge. Members will learn to question old belief systems (among other items) and challenge them. We will talk about how mindset can influence your decisions when faced with a challenge. With the newfound awareness or new beliefs we can create an aura of confidence, which can then strengthen attitudes toward any challenge.
Born and raised in Germany, Cornelia Steinberg moved to the U.S. in 1991. She can thank a lifetime of travel for my understanding of different cultures, religions and beliefs. She knows that each one of us is unique in our purpose and through focus and consistency we achieve what we are meant to be. Through her recent journey of colon cancer she has experienced the true meaning of Self-Leadership, which, she believes, is the hardest to live by.