Leading for a Better Tomorrow
Introduction course that overviews philosophies and strategies to make yourself a stronger leader and teach you ways to shape those you work with into stronger leaders.
Winning with Teamwork
Principles to make a stronger, cohesive, energized team through better communication, like-minded values, and an understanding of the common goal.
"Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments towards organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results."
- Andrew Carnegie
Many businesses struggle with a common barrier in the workplace: Lack of communication. By understanding different communication styles that make us unique, understanding the importance of trust and transparency in our communication, and learning to connect with others, we can learn to break this barrier and build great momentum for your team or organization.
Coaching with Character
The quality of a great coach is about being able to connect with people. It’s not convincing them of what they should do, it’s about helping them unlock and discover for themselves the things they should be doing. Once you learn the skills to do that, you can motivate and have positive influence over anyone you choose.
"What makes a good coach? Complete dedication."
- George Halas
Mentoring Strategies to Build Your Next Great Leaders
The greatest leaders are the greatest mentors. They provide insight to their future leaders and successors by building up their knowledge and wisdom and helping them navigate life’s obstacles, leaving a legacy that lasts long after their time has passed. Great organizations have great mentoring programs in place, and this course teaches those programs.
Building Momentum in Your Organization
Leadership expert John Maxwell says two things about momentum: 1) Momentum is a leader’s best friend, and 2) The number one job of any leader is to build momentum for their team or organization. Momentum can boost confidence and morale in the workforce, and you’ll find with high momentum you can overcome any obstacle.
"What you have to understand as a leader is your responsibility more than life itself is to understand momentum and get it kicking in your organization."
- John Maxwell
New Hire Programs: What you need to know and how to implement
Expectations of your workforce should be established from the first day someone begins working for you. So should trust, purpose, appreciation, and an understanding of a growth-oriented environment. If your organization values these qualities, let your new people see and feel this from the beginning.
Entrepreneurial Strategies for Your New Business
Starting a new business takes discipline, the right attitude, effort, energy, financial insight, social intelligence, and much more. The Navigator team has spent 20 years building businesses and helping others enhance theirs, and we are here to serve you in doing the same.
Thank you for yesterday, it was good to take a refreshing view on how to equip, encourage, educate our staff - - Rodney, KTTA.