Thu, Apr 16|
Kinexus Training Center
Intentional Leadership for Effective Teams
One part presentation, one part demonstration and one part participation, this interactive workshop gives you communication tools to strengthen your leadership and develop a more cohesive team.
Time & Location
Apr 16, 2020, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
Kinexus Training Center, 499 W Main St, Benton Harbor, MI 49022, USA
About the Event
Starting with, “Yes, and . . .”: Intentional Leadership for Effective Teams
One part presentation, one part demonstration and one part participation, Starting with, “Yes, and… is an interactive workshop that gives you communication tools to strengthen your leadership and develop a more cohesive team. If you want your team to stop pushing back, and start producing, you won’t want to miss this course. You will learn:
- Techniques to give more effective feedback
- Language for creating an environment of safety and trust
- How to reduce turn-over at your organization
- Language to help your team embrace change during new roll-outs or times of disruption
The best part? The workshop is fun! Blending improvisation techniques with a proven tactical approach to effective leadership communication, you will engage in partnered and group activities that are safe, fun, and functional. Because you engage with the content, you will more easily retain it, and more easily apply it.
Don’t manage a team, or not in a leadership position? No problem. These techniques are great for working with clients, co-workers and peers. Strong communication skills are never a hindrance. We look forward to seeing you there!
About the Presenter
Brian Lam has over 20 years of experience developing leaders and training teams. He has worked with organizations of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to regional organizations and community leadership programs. He has spoken on leadership and communication at summits and corporate events around the country.
During his training and development journey, Brian became actively involved in improv theatre, training at the prestigious Second City Theatre and performing with teams in Chicago and Southwest Michigan. As he began to blend his leadership training with improv activities, he discovered a marked increase in engagement, content retention and leadership language in his clients. He continues to utilize fun, activity-based learning in speeches, workshops and coaching sessions.