Started this discussion. Last reply by Guy Farmer Sep 8, 2011.
Started Jun 17, 2009
When people increase their self-awareness they're able to connect more easily with others. As we let go of the issues that separate us from each other we begin to see the opportunities to come together. My personal development workshop topics include: Discovering Who You Are, Creating Your Ideal Life and How to Be Happy. Workplace topics include: Leadership, Effective Communication, Team Building and Diversity.
I love working with creative people who value self-awareness and discovering who they and other people truly are. When we practice empathy and understanding, we connect with ourselves and others on a deeper level.
Visit my self-awareness website at http://www.selfawarenessworkshops.com.
My blog on how to be happy at http://www.howtobehappyperson.com.
My poems and poetry blog at http://www.poemsandpoetryblog.com.
Over the years I’ve talked with a significant number of leaders and employees who view diversity training with skepticism. I've wondered whether this might occur because people have been subjected to diversity training programs that make them feel uncomfortable about who they are or that make them think that they're doing something…
Posted on April 5, 2011 at 12:30pm
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Leaders have a lot of…Continue
Posted on February 28, 2011 at 6:32pm
I'm frequently asked by my training clients how they can support diversity and inclusion in their organizations without creating unrest. I’ve found that the key to instituting successful diversity training programs is in our own behaviors. Think about the power you have as a leader to make your business or organization a diverse, welcoming and safe place. You set the rules and tone that guides your entire organization…Continue
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