Rob Levit Webinar Mini-Series

    March 03, 2021 2:00 PM to March 24, 2021 4:00 PM
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    Join us for an amazing series of 2-hour webinars for a total of 8 recertification credits (4 of which are SHRM Business credits).
    By purchasing all four meetings (each Wednesday from 2:00 - 4:00, March 3 - March 24), you'll save 10% ($20).

    March 3 - Strategic Planning In An Uncertain World (Business Credits)

    COVID-19 has forced many businesses and organizations to rethink their strategy for a VUCA world – volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environments are an unavoidable fact of life. What are the tools, skills and mindsets needed for creating an agile and flexible strategy to help businesses and organizations move from survive to thrive in this new era? In this experiential and discussion-based training, participants will:

    1. Diagram a future-sensing model to analyze and assess internal and external opportunities and threats.
    2. Organize business and human resources processes around the leading/lagging/core edge model.
    3. Complete the OODA loop – Observe, Orient, Decide, Act – to determine the optimal course of action in real time.
    4. Create a set of strategic directions to allow maximum business flexibility while remaining aware of constraints and unforeseen events.

    *All participants receive a PDF of all templates and PowerPoint slides.


    March 10 - Operational Excellence for Business and HR Effectiveness (Business Credits)

    Toyota, NASA and the United States military offer remarkable lessons and tools for businesses and organizations operating in challenging and complex environments. Using stories and tools drawn from these high-performing organizations, participants will:

    1. Identify and mitigate risks and waste before they arise using the 5S Technique.
    2. Construct a “gemba walk” to glean and understand the challenges and positive insights that employees offer that often go undiscovered without direct contact and interaction.
    3. Identify the “vital few” metrics to measure organizational improvement and effectiveness.
    4. Create a basic mission and operations plan drawn from military strategy to achieve organizational goals.
    *All participants receive a PDF of all templates and PowerPoint slides.


    March 17 - Creating Inclusive Communities At Work – A New Approach

    Now more than ever, it is critical for leaders to create inclusive communities within their organizations and for the customers and stakeholders. But, how is this accomplished? Organizational leaders often fear the unknown and so may be hesitant to launch inclusion initiatives when they are most needed. In this experiential and discussion-based training, participants will:

    1. Discuss, analyze and compare the hiring, development and culture-building practices of three high-performing organizations and how these practices create an inclusive culture.
    2. Learn what real inclusion looks like within organizations while examining the strengths and limitations of popular memes and models that circulate on the internet and in trainings.
    3. Identify the value of storytelling and group storytelling using Marshall Ganz’ narrative model to foster dialogue.
    4. Practice the Give One/Get One strategy and Respect Matrix to build deeper and more authentic communication among employees and stakeholders.

    *All participants receive a PDF of all templates and PowerPoint slides.


    March 24 - The Innovative Mindset: Unleash the Power of Creativity and Imagination at Work

    Innovation and creativity are considered “superpowers” for high-performing organizations and their employees, but how are these mindsets and skills cultivated and turned into positive business outcomes? In this experiential and discussion-based training, participants will:

    1. Develop a creativity and innovation portfolio to assess desirability, feasibility and viability of plans and projects.
    2. Apply three simple idea generation strategies to help remove creative blocks and solve problems.
    3. Experiment with visual thinking as a communication tool to generate, track and share ideas.
    4. Create a human-centered design map for innovative ways to understand customers, employees, systems and processes.

    *All participants receive a PDF of all templates and PowerPoint slides.

     

     

    Tickets

    $180.00 Member Mini-Series 4 WEBINARS Ticket

    $180.00 Non Member Mini-Series 4 WEBINARS Ticket