Break Your Team’s Drama Triangle
It’s hard for teams to admit they are in drama, but what this workshop will show is that we are all in the drama triangle all the time. The drama triangle is a way to look at our relationships through the lens of three roles–victim, rescuer, persecutor–that get played out over and over and keep us stuck in the same (frustrating) patterns. By developing strategies to become conscious of these roles, we can make big shifts in how we relate to each other.
Fear is Our Friend
What is the emotion that gets in the way of achieving everything we want? Usually fear. Because the things we yearn for are scary and probably outside of our comfort zones. In this workshop, we will look at fear in a new way and start thinking about it as a friend.
Get Out of Your Own Way: 3 Patterns that Block Our Personal Power
We all have personal power. We all are power. But sometimes it doesn’t feel that way. This workshop re-defines personal power, identifies patterns we all have that block our power, and offers concrete strategies for breaking the habits.
Note: there are many systemic power structures in place societally and within organizations. While we touch on these, the focus of this workshop is on how you as an individual can have more influence by being more you.
Intentional Networking: How to be a Superconnector
Do you roll your eyes at the word networking? Does it feel inauthentic and slimy? Great! That’s because you’re doing it wrong. This workshop will show you a different kind of networking: one where you follow your yearnings, ask great questions, send meaningful follow-ups, and connect with people who will be part of your community for years to come.
One Decision: Finding Purpose in the Micro
Purpose. Everyone wants it, and it seems like some people know what theirs is instinctively. But if you’re someone who doesn’t, it can be so easy to think about purpose in abstract, scary, intangible ways. But this workshop will show you how to look at purpose as something much less complicated, something you can create for yourself every day.
Re-Wiring Out of Imposter Syndrome
Underneath every woman’s imposter syndrome is a set of beliefs we hold to be true about ourselves and the world. This workshop will get us conscious of what those beliefs are and offer strategies to create new beliefs, empowering beliefs that we want to live by.
Soft Skills (and why they’re really the hard ones)
This workshop will show you how soft skills and higher emotional intelligence lead to better sales, more successful leaders, profitable companies, as well as happier teams. But what are they and how do we develop them? Turns out “soft” skills aren’t so soft at all. This workshop is for anyone who wants to build this skillset, and is especially recommended for those who believe hard skills are all they need.
Step Back from the Ledge: How to Stop Your Negative Thought Patterns
I can’t. I don’t know how. No one supports me. I got bad feedback; I must be horrible at that. I’m never good enough. I don’t have what it takes. Have any of these thoughts crossed your mind? Oftentimes, our most damaging thoughts take up the most space in our minds and can be the hardest to move out of. This workshop will give you tools to move through these negative thought patterns and get to the other side of them less anxious and more motivated.
What’s Your Story?
Why is it that crafting and telling our story feels so hard? In this hands-on workshop, we will make it just a bit easier by looking at what makes a good story and using what we already know about storytelling to develop your own personal elevator pitch that’s authentic, captivating, professional, and personal. You have everything within you to create your pitch. This workshop will help pull it out of you with the help of your teammates and colleagues.
Who is this for:
- New teams who want to get to know each other in a deeper, more personal way to facilitate trust-building, empathy, and connection.
- Teams who have been working together for a while but realize they have trust gaps, communication gaps, and want an activity that builds trust and creates connection.