PRESENTATION: Learning Agility

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Learning Agility is a hot topic these days – what exactly is it and how does it affect you?

This presentation will help you better understand what learning agility is, how to tell if someone has it, and when to know if you even need it for a specific role. The information within will help you identify, hire and promote individuals who will succeed and grow in their new positions.  After review you will be able to:

  • define learning agility
  • interview to uncover agility
  • setup an appropriate battery to assess for agility
  • understand the importance of learning agility within your organization

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PRESENTATION: Succession Planning

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We recently hosted an event with the Metro East Illinois Human Resources Group to help HR leaders learn the key strategies to develop a succession plan. Dr. Michelle Clark, Vice President of Organizational Consulting, discussed the importance of succession planning, how understanding behavior can help you and your organization get the right plan in place, and key pitfalls to avoid when implementing a succession plan.

We know as a Human Resources leader you are continually striving to ensure you have the right people in the right roles in your organization. This presentation will help you be sure you continue to do so in the future. This information will help you create a successful succession plan which will help you identify and develop employees who can best contribute to your organization’s goals in the future.  After review you will be able to:

  • avoid the pitfalls of only analyzing past performance
  • combine and accurately measure past performance and skill sets
  • analyze future potential of individuals

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PRESENTATION: Unlock the Resistance to Change

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We recently hosted a Breakfast Briefing Event to help you learn key strategies to unlock the resistance to change within your organization. Dr. Michelle Clark, Vice President of Organizational Consulting, discussed the elements of change, how understanding behavior can help you and your organization stop avoiding change, and key mistakes to avoid when dealing with change.

We know change is inevitable and employee resistance can cost a company time, money, and customers. We would like to share this presentation with those of you who were unable to attend our event. It will give you the confidence you need to embrace change and help you to coach others through it. After learning about this topic you’ll be able to:

  • Understand why people avoid change
  • Understand the stages of change
  • Address resistance
  • Avoid key mistakes

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PRESENTATION: The Office Battleground: The Secret to End the Conflict

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We recently hosted a Breakfast Briefing Event to help you learn how to end conflict at the office. Pam Hager, Vice President of Instructional Consulting, discussed the elements of a conflict, how changing your own behavior can help the other party change, and how you can work through – and help others work through – the conflict to arrive at the best solution.

We know even the most peaceful offices have conflict, and this can cost a company time, money, and customers. We would like to share this presentation with those of you who were unable to attend our event. It will give you the confidence you need to address conflict in your office, and most importantly arrive at a successful resolution for you and your business. After learning about this topic you’ll be able to:

  • Get past conflict and get things done
  • Size up behavior to understand the conflict styles of others, using the Dimensional® Model of Behavior™
  • Re-engage affected parties to work through the underlying disagreement
  • Control your emotions and manage others’ emotions in resolving the issue

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PRESENTATION: Gaining Employee Commitment to Increase Business Results

Our own Dr. Tom Brooks presented on the topic of employee engagement at a recent event for CEOs.  He explored the 10 things that drive employee commitment and increase bottom line results in any organization.

Below is Dr. Brooks’ presentation so you, too, can learn the essential elements of a committed workforce and how to gain commitment from your own employees. Topics covered in this presentation include:

  • The case for engagement
  • Specific drivers of engagement
  • Connecting workplace changes and engagement
  • Motivators of a committed workforce
  • Who owns responsibility of driving engagement

You can view the presentation in its entirety on slideshare or by using the widget below.

Watch for additional events and presentations coming soon from Psychological Associates.

As the leaders in organizational and leadership strategy and development solutions, we help our clients evolve into the organizations they wish to become. We offer talent management programs for some of the top Global 1000 companies. From assessments of new recruits to executive coaching and development to team building and numerous other programs, our Ph.D.s are well-versed on the needs of our Fortune 1000 clients.

To learn more about our offerings visit www.q4solutions.com/offerings.

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PRESENTATION: Global Talent: Selection, Management and Leadership

Psychological Associates’ Dr. Ann Beatty recently gave a presentation to the Washington University Olin Business School’s Executive MBA students about Global Talent: Selection, Management, and Leadership. The presentation is relevant for any company that is currently working on a global scale or that is considering broadening its reach.  This presentation discusses both the benefits and challenges of a global workforce.

In today’s fast-paced and global business environment, executives must navigate the opportunities and challenges of a multicultural workforce where distance is not the only differentiator. Dr. Beatty utilizes a client case study to explore these differences and demonstrate how companies can profit from the use of specific strategies to build a successful team.

You can view the presentation in its entirety on slideshare or by using the widget below.

Psychological Associates offers talent management programs for some of the top Global 1000 companies. From assessments of new recruits to executive coaching to team building and numerous other programs, our Ph.D.s are well-versed on the needs of our global clients. We prepare organizations to achieve the future they envision. To learn more about our offerings visit www.q4solutions.com/offerings.

At Psychological Associates we offer an exceptional leadership program called Leadership Through People Skills® on a monthly basis here in Saint Louis.  Leadership Through People Skills® is an intensive, three-day event that uses real-world issues and situations to give executives the opportunity to learn and apply the interpersonal leadership skills that are proven contributors to leadership success.  It teaches men and women how to use the appropriate amount of assertiveness and compassion as a leader; and helps grow the skills that help leaders obtain goals quicker.  LTPS provides rich, personal insights about leadership effectiveness and style. It strengthens influencing and people skills. It builds successful leaders.

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PRESENTATION: The Secret to Dealing with Difficult People

We recently hosted a Breakfast Briefing Event to help uncover the secret to dealing with difficult people. The speakers, Pam Hager and Roger Heape discussed the difference between behavior and personality – and ways you can identify behaviors and work better with difficult people.

We know even the most skilled leaders find themselves dreading stressful business conversations and may postpone them or handle them with less than stellar results, which could have a serious impact on business performance.  We would like to share this presentation with those of you who were unable to attend our event.  It will help give you the confidence you need to have the challenging conversations you may often avoid – or worse, handle badly.   After learning about this topic you’ll be able to:

•examine several common, business, interpersonal issues
•prevent bad habits that lead to road blocks
•increase your productivity when dealing with difficult people and situations

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PRESENTATION: Labyrinth of Leadership: Challenges For Women in the Workplace

Our own Dr. Ann Beatty was recently asked to speak about the challenges facing women in the workplace today for a leadership series hosted by Emerson here in Saint Louis.

She developed a great presentation demonstrating not only the challenges women face but specific ways women and society can work to overcome these issues to create even greater equality.

Though the event was for Emerson employees only, we’d like to share Dr. Beatty’s presentation.  You can check it out on slideshare or using the widget below.

In the presentation Dr. Beatty references an article, “Why Women Still Can’t Have it All,” in The Atlantic from Anne-Marie Slaughter, PhD.  You can check it out here. 

At Psychological Associates we offer an exceptional leadership program called Leadership Through People Skills® on a monthly basis here in Saint Louis.  Leadership Through People Skills® is an intensive, three-day event that uses real-world issues and situations to give executives the opportunity to learn and apply the interpersonal leadership skills that are proven contributors to leadership success.  It teaches men and women how to use the appropriate amount of assertiveness and compassion as a leader; and helps grow the skills that help leaders obtain goals quicker.  LTPS provides rich, personal insights about leadership effectiveness and style. It strengthens influencing and people skills. It builds successful leaders.

We have also developed a group on LinkedIn where leaders can go to network with successful leaders across the globe and receive tips and articles from us as well as other individual contributors.  Join us in our LTPS group on Linkedin!

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