As the global marketplace becomes more complex, so do the challenges organizations face. In order to achieve sustainable growth, organizations need to focus their efforts on key areas that will help them gain and maintain their competitive advantage.
To help organizations ensure that they are meeting their business goals, we assist them by promoting a culture that encourages best in class performance.
This requires a well-planned journey and roadmap, and Center For Work Life has a proven system for successfully integrating the following efforts within your Human Resources function to enliven and empower your overall Business Strategy:
The following assessments are utilized in our programs:
Center for Work Life research has found that up to 58% of performance on the job is due to skills like self-awareness, managing one’s emotions, picking up on social cues, and building effective working relationships-all of which are key components of emotional intelligence. Read More
Research shows that the cost of turn-over for an executive level position is at least 150% of the yearly salary of the position in question. Furthermore, the average tenure of an executive, especially within the c-suite is less than 3 years. So why is it that year after year, and hire after hire, organizations use the three typical ways to screen candidates? Read More
High employee turnover hurts a company’s bottom line. Reports indicate that it costs close to twice an employee’s salary to find and train a replacement. And because of the damage it causes to morale among remaining employees, the costs just add up from there. Read More
One of the most common leadership development questions that we hear from executives is, “Why does succession planning feel like such a waste of time?” We have worked with CEOs of fortune 500 and owners of smaller companies with less than a 100 employees and everything in between. Read More
Effective Work Teams:
Top performing teams have a clear direction and a common understanding of their roles and values, which is often attained through Executive Team Development. They share the right composition, strong relationships with stakeholders outside the team, the trust and respect of their colleagues, the ability to review their own performance and are able to continuously learn and be open to improvement. Read More
Even if your company is a sales/service organization, every layer of the organization is a member of your sales force. How important is it for your sales force to be able to connect to your clients? How detrimental is it for your CPA, financial advisor, or attorney team to be able to build an emotional connection with your clients? Although many believe decisions are made with our intellectual brain, it is the emotional brain that in fact makes a decision of whether you would do business with your counter-part. Read More
Research shows that teams work at their highest innovation and productivity when they are provided the atmosphere to overcome challenges together and celebrate that victory in “Peace time.” Read More
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Needs and topics addressed within these categories include: management styles, situational leadership, developing leadership qualities, executive recruitment training, work life balance, emotional intelligence training, work performance, stress management in the workplace, stress management activities, time management activities, team development, problem solving activities, management consulting training programs, professional communication, assertive communication coaching, interpersonal skills for top performers, effective communication styles, communication techniques, public speaking skills, presentation skills, and conflict management strategies.
Effective Public Speakers can be difficult to find, but Center for Work Life has that covered too. As a leadership, communications, and change management speaker, Dr. Farnaz Namin- Hedayati of Center for Work Life raises the bar in interactive presentations. We can also help companies conduct organization research and run focus groups.