Workshops and Seminars with a Difference

Our e-courses can be used to supplement workshops for continuous learning or stand on their own as a unique elearning tool. Here's a sample Balance Bite and Safety Snap. Typically we send them out at a rate of one per week to seed and cultivate the topic.

An e-course in Coaching Others
1.    Prepare To Succeed
2.    Building Rapport
3.    Building Trust
4.    Setting Goals
5.    Mapping Strategy
6.    Learning About The Coachee
7.    Coaching Tactics 1: Beacon, Radar, Re-Energize
8.    Coaching Tactics 2: Patience, Flexible, Honest Self-Perception
9.    Coaching Tactics 3: Confrontation, Selling, Push The Envelope
10.  Coaching Tactics 4: Motivation, Cheerleader, Optimistic
11.  Coaching Tactics 5: Subject Matter Expert, Directive, Helping Hand
12.  Coaching Tactics 6; Venting, Seed/Cultivate, Notice Success
13.  Measuring Progress
14.  Starting Over or Ending

An e-course for Leaders
1.  Five Step Problem Solving Model
2.  Problem Identification Tips
3.  Determining the Causes of Problems
4.  Using A Decision Grid To Pick A Solution
5.  Team Design
6.  Life Stages Of Teams
7.  Managing Conflict on Teams
8.  Managing Change
9.  Clarifying Expectations During Periods†Of Change
10.  Relationship Building
11.  Linking With Communities Of Interest
12.  Flexibility

An e-course in Coaching Yourself
1. The First Principles of Coaching Yourself
2. Hints and Tips to Propel the Coaching Conversation
3. Courageous Conversations With Yourself
4. Coaching Yourself With Purpose
5. Using Your Values
6. Goals and Values
7. Starting Over Again
8. Hard not Hopeless
9. Do Use Do; Donít Use Donít
10. How to Motivate Yourself

An e-course of Balance Bites [Complements a Work Life Quality workshop]
1.    Managing Expectations
2.    Delegation for Results
3.    Mastering Time
4.    Managing Overwhelming Workloads
5.    Resilient Relationships
6.    Managing Change
7.    Thereís Too Much To Do
8.    Important But Not Urgent
9.    Perseverance and Tenacity
10.  What Can I Do?
11.  Surrender
12.  Baby Steps
13.  What Will Be Different
14.  Self Esteem
15.  Being Authentic
16.  Personal Best
17.  Warming Wind Chill
18.  Balancing At Work
19.  Balancing At Home
20.  Balancing In Your Personal Life
21.  Focus On Leisure Time
22.  Are You Sleeping Enough?
23.  Achieve Harmony By Creating Tradition
24.  Working On VolunteerBoards
25.  Focus On Leisure Time
26.  Leave Something for the Victory Lap

An e-course of Safety Snaps [Complements Health and Safety education]
1.   Putting The IRS To Work
2.   Involving All Employees In Health And Safety
3.   5 Practical Accident Prevention Ideas
4.   Am I Ready To Manage A Critical Injury?
5.   Things To Remember When The MOL Visits
6.   The 3 Rís Of Safety
7.   Is A Gut-Feeling Enough For A Work Refusal?
8.   5 Ways You Can Demonstrate Due Diligence
9.   3 WHMIS Essentials
10. Is Your JH&SC A Partner Or A Problem?
11. Doís And Doníts Of Accident Investigation
12. Why Does The Certified Worker Investigate Work Refusals?
13. What Happens If I Am Late In Reporting An Accident To The WSIB?
14. How To Design A Successful Return To Work Program
15. Common Material Handling Hazards And How To Eliminate Them
16. Safe Work Practices Prevent Accidents
17. Eliminating Energy Hazards Before An Accident

Leading for Wellness
1.   Why Be a Wellness Leader
2.   Wellness Leaders are Generous with Information
3.   Wellness Leaders Communicate Permission
4.   Wellness Leaders Stimulate Openness
5.   Wellness Leaders Coach
6.   Wellness Leaders are Empathic Listeners
7.   Wellness Leaders Support Getting Things Done
8.   Wellness Leaders Keep People Focused on the Right Things
9.   Wellness Leaders Have the Right People in the Right Job
10. Wellness Leaders ĎGetí Their People
11. Wellness Leaders Celebrate Success
12. Wellness Leaders Model Wellness Themselves
13. Wellness Leaders Mentor
14. Wellness Leaders are Friendly and Calm
15. Wellness Leaders are Available
16. Wellness Leaders Plan for Wellness
17. Wellness Leaders Fight for their Employees
18. Wellness Leaders Manage Expectations
19. Wellness Leaders Understand Teams
20. Wellness Leaders Manage Conflict on Teams
21. Wellness Leaders Clarify Roles
22. Wellness Leaders Over Communicate During Times of Change
23. Wellness Leaders Lead During a Crisis
24. Wellness Leaders are Emotionally Self-Aware
25. Wellness Leaders Stimulate Constructive Discontent
26. Wellness Leaders Have a Positive Outlook