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Leadership Training


Our Leadership Workshops are designed not just to educate but to transform. They equip your team with the necessary skills to foster a positive work environment, enhance interpersonal relationships, and drive successful outcomes. Engaging in these workshops can help your team navigate complexities with resilience and build a culture of trust and inclusivity, essential for sustained organizational growth. 

Key Features of Our Workshops:

Delivery Format
: All workshops are delivered synchronously online, allowing participation from any location.
Duration: Flexible timings ranging from one to three hours per session with the option for multi-day sessions (e.g., 90-min sessions over 5 weeks).
Customization: We offer fully customizable content to align perfectly with your organizational goals and challenges.

If you are interested in leadership training for your organization, please email or call (403) 556-4740.

Available Workshops

  • Let’s talk about leadership skills needed in a workplace context. This workshop gives a concise overview for what effective leadership looks like. There are many helpful approaches a leader can take to build a strong leadership presence. The people they lead are looking to them for guidance and support. In the end, leaders have the responsibility to help their teams feel inspired to achieve their goals.

  • We all have a responsibility to help our colleagues all feel welcomed and appreciated in the work they do. However, everyone is unique, and they have a right to feel respected by their peers and leaders alike. Do people in your organization feel safe voicing opinions or concerns? Do people feel that they are treated fairly and equitably? What can you do to help support them and help create a more inclusive workplace?

  • What can you do to help contribute to a respectful work culture? There are ways everyone can help create a safe and respectful work environment for everybody else. In order to this, sometimes it takes courage to speak out. However, most of the time can be simply regarded as a common-sense approach to building more meaningful relationships with all your co-workers.

  • Indigenous peoples in Canada have long held the belief that we can share the land and build meaningful relationships that can benefit everyone. But how much do we truly know about Indigenous culture and protocols? What can you do to make the workplace more accessible and welcoming to your Indigenous colleagues and stakeholders?

  • When we lead others, perhaps influencing the work they do and the decisions they make can be manageable. However, when we need to influence upwards or in areas where we have no authority, it takes a special skillset. Let’s discuss strategies on how to suggest changes or address challenges in the workplace when we see the need to.

  • At times, our career can present us with challenges, and we need to do our best to overcome them. Also, when we are transitioning into a new role, we can sometimes create obstacles to our own success. However, with a few practical steps, we can be more resilient and better able to confidently weather those unpredictable storms that inevitably come our way.

  • Learn how easy it is quickly build professional relationships. By following a few simple strategies, you can start to help create and foster a sense of goodwill with everyone you interact with. Every workplace needs people who can do this. And often times, our success depends on our ability to truly hone our communication skills.

  • Much has been talked about when it comes to developing one’s emotional intelligence. However, it is always good to take some time to identify our strengths and potential weaknesses when managing our emotions and helping others manage theirs. In the end, we also want to be sure we are not overleveraging some strengths and not others.

  • While emotional intelligence is about managing our own strengths and emotions, social intelligence is about managing our relationships with others. Let’s examine how best to build relationships and be present when we are in conversations with others. This is truly the most sought-after skill for effective leaders.

  • This is a topic that every organization holds dear. Everyone wants their customers to be happy. It is good for building relationships and creating a successful brand. However, the one piece that can often get overlooked is how we treat our internal customers. In other words, do we treat the people we work alongside with the same respect we give to our external customers? Don’t they deserve the same respect?

  • Much has been said about this topic, and there are an abundance of courses and workshops one can attend. Conflict does happen and it is reality we may often face; however, let’s discuss the core components of how to manage it effectively. There are ways we can have conversations that move ideas forward and create a win-win situation for everyone.

  • A broad topic, but one which deserves our close attention. How do you interact every day with your clients and the people you work closely with? Are you a strong listener and problem solver? Do people enjoy working with you and feel you have their best interests in mind? In the end, how we treat people both verbally and through writing is something we can all improve on.

  • The greatest thing you can do for anyone is to be present and listen effectively to them. There are many approaches that can help us achieve this. However, how well do really listen to others? Are we empathetic and listening for what is not being said? Are we able to put ourselves in their shoes. There are best approaches, so you can achieve success in helping others feel head.

  • We are all motivated differently. And when we become aware of that, life can be that much easier. If we can consider the different personality styles we interact with on a daily basis, we can find much better ways to build bridges and foster a deeper sense of meaningful collaboration. Take the time to think about different personality styles because it can be truly life changing.

  • In life, we are constantly negotiating every day, all day. However, what if there is a way to establish an actual plan or approach that we employ when those important negotiations are before us? There is an incredibly wide range of skills one must possess and develop to be natural at it. Let’s learn how to be the best negotiator we can be.

  • Teams can thrive and be high performing if we take some time to understand the dynamics at work. What do teams need from their leaders and their colleagues? What can individuals do to contribute to the overall effectiveness of their teams? Let’s look at some practical and helpful strategies for ensuring people feel engaged and motivated working together.

  • Often times, a great emphasis is place on how we communicate with people face to face. But how does that translate to our messaging through emails, memos, or letters? Are we always conscious of putting the reader first and helping them feel respected. We can craft messages that can make our readers feel that way. Let’s identify a few strategies that can help with that.

  • In the work we do, we are often tasked with creating presentations. Also, we are at times called on to train others to do tasks. But what are the essential skills in creating meaningful and impactful presentations and training sessions. It all starts with knowing our audience and their needs. Once we are able to do that, creating effective presentations will become easy and effective.

  • It can seem that there is never enough time in the day to get through all of our tasks. However, by looking at ways to eliminate time-wasters, we can keep on track with our important tasks. Also, by managing our time well, we give ourselves an opportunity to take on those other often neglected pieces when it comes to our personal health and work/life balance.

  • If you have to write reports in your work, it can be quite time consuming. However, we will identify those writing techniques that will save you time, eliminate writer’s block, and be sure you are on task to meet every deadline. Your reports will be composed and edited with ease, and you will feel abundantly more confident with your writing. We will examine the three essential elements to report writing: planning, writing, and editing.

  • With change being as constant as it is, it is important to learn strategies for best managing it. There are tools we can use to help make transitions smoother for us and those around us. Also, we need to build a sense of resiliency and grit when it comes to managing those changes in our work and personal lives. This workshop provides some approaches to help us understand change and overcome any challenges that may arise.

  • When we need to trust others and have others trust us, what steps can we take to ensure that is a reality? This workshops explores the four domains of trust: competence, reliability, sincerity, and care. By determining how trust is developed and fostered, we can build stronger relationships with our team and customers. Also, we can find ways to mend areas where trust has been strained between ourselves and others.

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