Do you want to go beyond just supporting your team? Being accepted as a leader, influencing your peers without formal authority, building trust and credibility with your boss are all critical to getting results as a team. How can you identify what motivates you to perform to your best and highest? Support your team and lead your team by confronting the fears that hold you back. In this webinar you will:
• Learn how to effectively share your ideas and get buy-in from team members by using a specific communication template.
• Discover how to negotiate with your boss when you receive push-back or the dreaded “no”.
• Learn how to get respect for your time and negotiate task items in order to increase productivity.
• Discover your own motivation for high performance and how others can fuel your motivation.
• Conquer your fears of approaching your boss as a leader in order to share your thoughts and ideas.
Biography: Maria Higgins has been developing people for over 20 years. She began her training career as a Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) facilitating IT software applications for major corporations. She is also an Authorized Partner for Everything DiSC and has traveled nationally and internationally presenting high energy, interactive and thought-provoking seminars. Maria has lead individuals and teams along the span of her career. She is the founder and owner of Clear Steps Group, Inc. which focuses on leadership development, communication improvement, coaching, and customer service. She also empowers women with workshops around her book “Grab Fear By the Neck” and can be seen speaking at large conferences as a keynote speaker. Maria’s passion is to see people overcome the professional and personal challenges that prevent their forward progress. Her goal is to provide the tools to help make this happen.
Bonus Handout: Silence the negative self-talk
Hot Tip: In order to avoid burn-out, you have to identify what motivates you to perform to your best and highest. Your motivator becomes your fuel through the challenging days. When your motivator is not being fueled, you will find yourself less willing to perform at your best. Some examples of motivators are: Knowledge, Recognition, Results.
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