Atlanta Seminars

Local Contact Information:
Dr. Anthony Alford
+1 (404) 276-2853
atlanta@ims-online.com

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Leading AND Managing:
7 Strategies to Help You Excel at Both
November 2, 2017 with Ms. Ann Tardy
This session will explore the essential strategies and techniques required to powerfully lead and manage simultaneously from the same role. Being a manager is one of the most arduous and yet most valuable roles in any organization. The challenge lies in dealing with the expectations of those above and below you while also contributing to people's success around you. When you master this, you will discover how to impact any organization from the middle. You will leave this class with the skills needed to powerfully evolve into a successful Manager. 
Creating the Innovation Mindset:
Using Storytelling to Spark Creativity and Increase Engagement
December 13, 2017 with Mr. Mitch Ditkoff
All business leaders worth their low-salt lunch, regardless of their industry, will agree on one thing – that innovation a key driver of their company’s success. What they don’t agree on is how to ensure that innovation actually happens. After 27 years of providing innovation services to some the world’s most forward thinking organizations, Mitch Ditkoff has discovered the holy grail of moving the “innovation needle”. Storytelling.  Yes, storytelling – the skillful communication of personal narratives that change mindset, increase engagement, transfer knowledge, and spark commitment.  Archimedes said that if he had a...
Becoming the Leader that Others Want to Follow:
Essential Skills for Building Engagement, Teamwork, and Results
January 23, 2018 with Dr. Jan Ferri-Reed
Leaders are challenged to not only recruit and select top talent but also to retain their best in an environment of uncertainty and change. As 'A players' search for the best companies - and continually hone their resumes - a key strategy to retain them is to fully engage them. This session will share the state of engagement in today`s workplaces including how each generation views work and their place in it. Strategies and techniques will include enhancing your leadership acumen, building effective and trusting teams, engaging all generations of employees by understanding their needs and maintaining your personal resilience to be the very...
Nobody Wins the Blame Game:
Building an Accountable Workplace
February 15, 2018 with Dr. Michael Brenner
Business author and consultant Tom Peters once claimed that the most exercised part of the human body in corporate America is the index finger.  This shouldn’t be surprising given the amount of blaming, accusing and finger-pointing that occurs in workplaces every day.  Why aren’t employees more accountable, i.e. willing to answer for the outcomes of their choices, actions, and behaviors?  The answer is simple: they fear punishment when things go wrong.  But research shows organizations that encourage learning from mistakes and discourage finger-pointing tend to be more successful.  When constant threat of rebuke...
Leading Change:
A Manager's Guide to Inspiring Your Team
March 22, 2018 with Mr. Peter Stark
Middle and senior managers who are experiencing rapid change within their organizations will find this program to be essential to their success. With survey responses from over 100,000 employees around the world, we'll examine what managers and leaders in the Best-of-the-Best organizations do to inspire their teams. We will explore why some people treat change as a catalyst to higher performance and why others fight it every step of the way.

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