Thursday, February 23, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
Presented by: Randy Hall
Many people think leaders just happen. They are equipped with a set of gifts, they find themselves in the presence of some set of circumstances or individuals that cause those innate gifts to rise to the surface, and a great leader is born. It doesn’t just happen like that. Generally, becoming a leader is filled with hard work, millions of mistakes that can be learned from, a focus on gaining the skills knowledge and experience that will help us lead more effectively, and a lot of practice using them. All of that starts with a decision that we want to become a leader in the first place, and more importantly, a choice about how we lead and what kind of impact we want to have.
We need more people who make a choice to lead the right way; the way that moves things forward, makes things better, and helps people accomplish more than they could by themselves. We need more people who learn how to lead and then teach others what they have learned so that they too can become leaders.
The first thing that must happen for real leadership to bloom is for people to define the kind of leader they want to become. Individuals must answer more than the question of “do I want to lead.” On the surface, that’s an easy one. Who wouldn’t want to be characterized as a leader?
We have to go beyond that to a definition for ourselves of what good leadership looks like. We have to answer questions like:
These questions need to be answered at the beginning of the journey and refined as we go and as we learn how to execute against our new definition of us as a leader. Making the choice about what kind of leader we want to be defines the gap we need to fill to get there.
Thursday, May 18, 2017
2:00 - 3:00 pm EDT
Presented by: Jenny Blake
No matter your age, life stage, bank account balance, or career level, you can learn how to pivot strategically into your next opportunity. Career change doesn’t have to be a crisis, and plateaus don’t have to be a problem. In fact, if change is the only constant, now more than ever as it relates to our economy, it behooves us all to get better at it.
Your best chance of success lies right under your feet. By doubling down on what is already working, you can cut through confusion and move more quickly in a new direction. Pivoting is a mindset and a skillset, and it is one we can all get better at. This webinar will resonate with anyone facing the question of what comes next by providing a methodical plan to move forward, one that you can cycle through as many times as necessary.
This interactive workshop focuses on Jenny’s Pivot Method, a 4-stage process that will teach you how to:
Thursday, September 15, 2016
2:00 – 3:00 pm EST
Presented by Valerie Alexander
In the U.S., the average loss due to unhappiness and disengagement is $2,500 per employee per year. When is comes to happiness, is your workplace above or below average?
Employee unhappiness leads to high turnover, excessive absenteeism, poor customer services, increased workers compensation claims, more on-the-job injuries and a myriad of outcomes that have no line item in the budget, but still reduce productivity throughout the workplace. Engagement, job satisfaction and worker happiness matter to the bottom line.
Join us as Valerie Alexander, author of "Happiness as a Second Language," teaches us how to create a positive work environment through simple adjustments and exercises that anyone can do, regardless of their workplace.
July 21, 2016
2:00pm – 3:00pm EST
Speaker: Nancy Ancowitz
Join us for this quarter's MHI Young Professionals Network Webinar. Nancy Ancowitz, author of "Self-Promotion for Introverts," will be joining us to teach us techniques you can use to project an aura of confidence that works in any circumstance, especially when you're in the hot seat with demanding bosses and colleagues. This program shows you tactics you can use to get grounded and present yourself naturally, yet assertively, using both verbal and nonverbal techniques.
Thursday, March 10, 2016
2:00 – 3:00 pm EST
Presented by Daniel Post Senning
"When in Rome, do as the Romans do," is a popular expression for a reason, and its meaning aligns with the principles of etiquette. This section emphasizes that the principles of etiquette remain the same even though the manners may differ. The goal of the module is to increase awareness of variations of custom and culture on a regional basis and to show them how to become knowledgeable about specific country/culture customs before working with an international corporation or taking a trip to another country.
The webinar includes: definition of "Culture", key points to be aware of when visiting another culture; working with an interpreter; examples of regional differences; points of etiquette to research prior to travel.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Speaker: Deb Palmer George
Collaboration is essential in today's work environments. Teams are critical in today's workforce but many struggle to utilize them effectively.
Join MHI's Young Professionals Network and Deb Palmer George on July 23rd at 2:00PM EST to learn techniques to be a better teammate to your coworkers and how to effectively collaborate with others.
Session Host - Deb Palmer George
Deb Palmer George is a facilitator, coach, and consultant working with professionals in all sectors to build on their strengths and develop the capacity needed to achieve what matters most.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Speaker: Mary Schaefer
This is a “can’t miss” opportunity for young professionals to learn and hone their communication skills. Though there are plenty of generational issues in the workplace, when it comes to working well with your boss, it doesn’t necessarily matter who is 30 or who is 50 – most bosses want the same thing: a high-value, low-maintenance employee.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Speaker: Jeff Havens
Join us for this funny, interesting and honest discussion about the workplace generation gap. Jeff Havens gets rid of the standard four-generation workplace in favor of a simpler structure: old people and young people. Hear him discuss the reasons each generation acts the way they do and the strengths each one brings to the table.
Find out how a good workplace involves two different generations that are better together.
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
2:00pm – 3:00pm EDT
Speaker: Jennifer Sherman, Proteus International
Join us for a one-hour interactive webinar on "Leading So People Will Follow" presented by Proteus International. Regardless of where you are in your career, it is never too soon (or too late) to position yourself as the type of leader that others want to follow. Many people can be highly successful in their roles but fall short on leadership skills. Based on renowned executive coach, Erika Andersen's book, this webinar provide valuable insights on:
Speakers: Amy Lynch (Baby Boomer) & Hannah Ubl (Millennial)
Each generation works differently, thinks differently and communicates differently. So, how can you connect with the Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials AND Traditionalists you work with? This session will help you identify your own
"generational personality," and give you techniques for understanding and working with other generations.