Show up at your best on purpose, every time, with our signature seminar. Together we’ll examine the power of the “subtextual” conversation—body language, vocal patterns, and mannerisms that can raise or lower one’s status in the workplace. Individually, these behaviors are easy to implement; together they form a skill set that can transform your career.
In this 60- to 90-minute seminar, we take the core concepts from The Credibility Code and adapt them to virtual meetings. We address the unique challenges of the medium—more distance, less engagement—and offer straightforward tips for looking your best on webcam, creating faster bonds, and forging more authentic connections.
Designed specifically for people who lead virtual meetings, remote teams, or cross functional projects, this seminar provides practical strategies for bringing more humanity to the virtual experience. We’ll address how to encourage more participation, onboard new team members, promote team cohesion, and counteract virtual meeting fatigue.
We’ve all experienced it: the higher the stakes, the higher the adrenaline. Whether you are taking the stage for a formal presentation, pitching an idea to senior leaders, meeting with business prospects, or simply networking at an industry event, we’ll cover practical strategies for coming across at your best when it counts.
In the internet age, finding in-depth information is relatively easy, so the new high-value skill is not depth or breadth, but brevity. In this hands-on training, you’ll practice our 3-step “Targeting Your Message” process for creating a concise message that focuses on what’s most important to your audience.
Using the most up-to-date research on how to master a new habit, this course offers realistic solutions for eliminating those pesky filler words for good. In this one-hour session, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in drills and games, as well as learn dozens of techniques for practicing on your own. (Exercises will either be simultaneous on mute or in breakout rooms of two or three.)
Feedback is a vital component for growth. When delivered safely and with candor, feedback improves performance, builds stronger relationships, and increases collaboration. This workshop expands the concept of feedback from quarterly reviews to an accessible daily tool. We’ve gathered keystone ideas that can be easily applied in both formal and informal settings so that you can deliver, ask for, and receive feedback that is helpful and actionable.