Chances are you've seen the unfortunate impact of negativity in the workplace. Negative mindsets and interactions can breed conflict and erode productivity. However, research in the field of positive psychology shows that positivity can be learned and, when applied, can lead to high performing teams and workplaces.
This workshop will first provide an understanding of this research by exploring how much positivity is needed in the workplace, how to get it, and how it increases performance. Then you'll learn specific techniques to apply this research for yourself as a leader and for your workplace.
The skills include:
You'll practice these skills through interactive exercises and case studies and be ready to apply them immediately back at your workplace, bringing out the best in each of your team members, and yourself.
In this hands-on course, students will learn how to focus on their staff's needs by observing daily performance, setting up coaching conversations, providing/gathering feedback, and recording performance.
Students will also analyze the G.R.O.W. Model and learn how to apply it to every day situations:
Katherine Maloney is an accomplished career and workplace coach and workshop leader. She is principal of her own coaching and training firm and is passionate about supporting people to flourish in their work and life. Kathy brings broad business knowledge having worked in HR/people development with several Boston-based organizations such as Fidelity Investments and BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts. She recently worked as a Senior Career Coach at Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at UNH.