Are you feeling cooped up and in need of human interaction amidst the COVID-19 social distancing requirements? US TOO! Grab your favorite beverage and join us on Zoom for a virtual Happy Hour! In your home, your back yard, your kitchen, the couch... WHERE EVER you are most comfortable while social distancing.
Happy Hour to start promptly at 4:30 pm. A link will be sent 30 minutes before Virtual Happy Hour starts. Registration is required, please don't share the link. more info...
This is a walk/run activity that is open to people of all ages. Our objective is to conduct a recurring 5K to raise awareness for our foundation, to be able to advocate for children with impairing conditions, and recruit sponsors to aid in furthering research as related to chromosomal deletions and abnormalities which impair a child's ability for self-independence. The event will be chipped timed for runners and separation will be provided. more info...
Celebrate Administrative Professionals week at the 2020 Administrative Professionals Conference on Wed., April 22, 2020. This empowering one-day conference is for everyone who works in an administrative role. Gain essential skills and information to increase your productivity, take on new challenges, and reach your highest potential. more info...
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May 12, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – Noon: Transition to Leadership: How to Gain Respect and Know What to Do in Your First Year
As a new leader, return to work with a transition plan to implement within the first year of your new position. The plan will help you clarify your leadership role, strengthen professional relationships and meet your objectives.
WALK AWAY positioned squarely on the path toward success!
Learn about the four things all new leaders worry about
Understanding your new role
Gain respect by appropriately using your authority
Create a personalized transition plan for your first year
May 12, 2020, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.: Core Manager and Supervisor Skills: Assess Needs, Respond to Problem Behavior and Push for More
You will return to work with a better understanding of when and how to address problematic employee behaviors and performance concerns. Walk away with real-world strategies to develop better relationships and motivate each unique individual on your team.
WALK AWAY with the core fundamental skills leaders need every day.
Understand the real role managers and supervisors play
Learn how to assess the needs of individuals on your team
Learn how to conduct effective one on ones
Gain skills in feedback and coaching for success
Push further and focus on the future with strategic task delegation
May 19, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – Noon: Manager and Supervisor Communication Skills: Clarity, Alignment and Personalized Motivation for Your Team
Learn how to provide clear and concise team communications to keep your team on track during times of transition. You’ll take the Myers-Briggs assessment and explore how it and similar tools can be used to improve interpersonal relationships and aid in team development. You’ll learn a positive and fun way to conduct post-mortem review and learn from overarching mistakes and lessons learned.
WALK AWAY with strategies to leverage information and align individuals for team and organizational success.
Set the tone for your team
Ensure clarity and provide direction
Assess individuals’ unique styles
Learn from mistakes
Motivate and support
May 19, 2020, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.: Manager and Supervisor Tough Stuff: Problem Employees, Change and Conflict
Return with a model to address problematic behaviors or performance concerns. You’ll know how to work through times of change and develop a protocol your team can use during a conflict to move past personal upheaval and focus on team goals and objectives.
WALK AWAY equipped with real-world strategies for tough workplace scenarios.
Apply techniques on how to handle unprofessional behaviors
Learn how to manage those who bring personal problems to work
Know what to do in times of crisis
Manage through change and transition
Understand how to prevent the likelihood of conflict
Know when to step in when conflict does occur and how to address it
In 2019, almost every day it seems, there was another report of an active shooter that walked into a school, church, or business; another evil person that entered a building armed, with the intent to kill someone or everyone without regard to their own survival. The question we ask is “are you and your staff truly prepared to survive an event like that?”
Preparation that would allow you to see the early warning signs
Preparation that would teach you the immediate actions to take
Preparation for the medical assistance you will need to provide so you and those around you are survivors and not victims.
This year’s Advisory Conference is being facilitated by ProActive Response Group. ProActive Response Group are well-trained veteran SWAT team leaders, with first-hand experience in hostage rescues and high-risk dignitary protection. The skills offered have been specifically developed to provide workplace leaders with effective courses of action in actual critical situations.