I am Woman- Watch me Lead
The world needs great leaders, are you leading at your best? Women and men begin their careers with the same education and drive to succeed, yet women are not arriving at the CEO suite as quickly as men. The good news is that rather than complaining ab ...
Technology Tools for Leadership
Do you ever feel like all the new technology tools are just additional work to your already full plate? Does the thought of remembering one more password exhaust you? Never fear, solutions to these issues are available! We focus on teaching and exploring ...
I Need to Learn Twitter and Facebook!
This workshop targets leaders that are interested in using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. This introductory program will help participants: Learn how to use Facebook and Twitter; Determine if they are right for you; and Discuss the positives ...
Ohio Sensitive Crop Registry is Now Online: Implications for Producers and Pesticide Applicators
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Building Relationships Through Communication
If relationships are a series of conversations, how would you define your relationships with your coworkers? Are your professional relationships sufficient? Objectives: Learn how to have productive conversations. Learn how to manage conversations. Ma ...
Attitude is everything and Beth's attitude is the best!
"You get what you focus on."-Vannoy & Ross, 2008 As a leader it is important to know what talents you possess, that you bring to the leadership table. Do you know what strengths you possess? Every leader possesses her/his own unique set of t ...
OSU to host Second Annual Ohio Oil and Gas Law Symposium
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Strengths-Based Management and Supervision
“A manager’s role may be the most complicated and most important role in any organization.” –Gallup The best supervisors and managers have a keen awareness of their strengths. These managers model behavior by partnering with someone whose strengths comp ...
Building Employee Engagement and Relationships Using Strengths- ONLINE
People who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged on the job. –Gallup Strengths Center Employee engagement is all about an employee’s commitment to an organization. It’s about more than a paycheck, but about doing all that ...