LEAD THE WAY
“Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.”
- Maya Angelou
Discover Your Strengths
leadership, team development & employee engagement - all using your greatest talents
Let’s use the CliftonStrengths Assessment as a guide and resource to explore the natural talents of your team. Understanding how we naturally think, feel and behave provides a road map for what we need and what we bring to the teams we work and live within. Using this framework for nurturing your team is a positive, fun and energizing way to build a productive and engaged organizational culture. This can be done in a series of short sessions, or a one to three day long off-site retreat. You choose the path, the strengths find the way. I am a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach. Working with you and your team to understand the power and potential of your individual and team strengths is my absolute favorite thing to do. The result will be increased employee engagement, a winning culture and a happier workplace.
Learn to Lead with Courage
values & managing change
The signature workshop at Ninja Courage. What do you want to be brave for? This workshop explores courage as the foundation for leadership. Personal values clarification gets to the heart of what is most important to you. Come full circle on leadership training by understanding how to implement all the other workshops you have attended in your career. By clarifying your values, you will leave this workshop with the confidence to use all of the other leadership skills you have learned along the way. This workshop has been featured at the University of Southern California Sol Price School for Public Policy, numerous Chamber of Commerce Leadership Classes and several professional networking groups.
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”
Plato had it right
“You can learn more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.”