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HR Hot Topic: Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

2020-11-06T19:03:43+00:00November 6th, 2020|Categories: Communication, Corporate Training, Management Training, Team Building, Uncategorized|

New Course Offering! While diversity and inclusion are popular topics in the media and for many progressive organizations, the concepts of diversity and inclusion can be slippery and elusive. What are diversity and inclusion? How are they related to each other? How do you know if your organization is diverse and practices inclusivity? What diversity and [...]

What does exploration in life mean to you?

2020-11-18T22:37:33+00:00March 15th, 2019|Categories: Leadership Training, Management Training, Team Building, Uncategorized, Wellness|

Jacques Cousteau Team Member - Andre Laban 1928-2018 What does exploration mean to you in your life and in your work?  Maybe it’s possible to have a better handle on disruptive change driving new horizons for us personally and in the ways in which organizations work and serve others. At the heart of exploring is a [...]

Time Management for the What’s Next Generation

2019-02-11T19:25:39+00:00October 22nd, 2018|Categories: Corporate Training, Management Training, Millennials, Team Building, Time Management Training|

In the corporate world, ambition is typically a desirable trait. However, like any good thing, too much of it can be a bit problematic at times.As the Millennial generation continues to advance in their careers, senior managers are confronted with the high expectations and ambitions of this group, which some of our Austin clients are now [...]

Can we all just get along? The importance of team building for successful Mergers & Acquisitions

2019-02-12T06:54:20+00:00September 3rd, 2018|Categories: Communication, Corporate Training, Team Building|

The one constant in the business world is that there will always be change. And of course, some types of change are easier to deal with than others.Mergers and acquisitions represent tremendous change for any company, and the stakes couldn't be any higher. In fact, it’s estimated that U.S. company mergers fail more often than marriages.As [...]