“The most exciting breakthroughs of the 21st century will not occur because of technology but because of an expanding concept of what it means to be human.”
John Naisbitt, Author – Megatrends
Values-Inspired Goal Setting
Do you have trouble making decisions or knowing what to do next?
Do you find it difficult to set and follow-through with your goals?
At the end of the day are you left wondering “where the heck did the time go?”,
“what did I actually do today?”, or worse yet, “what’s the point of all this?”
Too often, we observe people attempting to compartmentalize their lives into the roles they play: boss, mother, co-worker, sister, accountant, caretaker, or husband. There are so many hats to wear and only so many hours in which to get everything done.
Sound like anyone you know?
With all these roles and responsibilities tugging at us, it can become easy to switch into auto-pilot mode…forgetting about what makes us happy, what we value, and what we ultimately desire in our lives. This can lead to frustration and a prevailing sense of dissatisfaction and helplessness.
When we surveyed people who exhibited traits of happiness, purpose and success we found they all had one thing in common. Do you know what that thing is? Nope, it’s not a college degree. It’s also not lots of business savvy or a big paycheck. It’s self-assurance. These people knew what they stood for, what they wanted, and felt deserving of their desires.
Values-Inspired Goal Setting, teaches you practical new skills that will enable you to navigate your career and life with greater confidence, enhanced efficiency, and renewed energy. This is not a cookie-cutter approach. Throughout this one-day interactive workshop experience and post-event follow-up session, we’ll partner with you to create a unique roadmap to the future you envision.
You’ll come away with:
- Clarity and assurance about what’s important to you and what’s important about you.
- Clear, actionable and motivating career and personal goals.
- Enhanced communication and decision-making capacity.
- An understanding of the core principles driving the most successful people in society.
- Tools and support to ensure positive implementation of the key concepts.
Here’s what one participant had to say:
I attended Kimberly Cope’s “Values Inspired Goal Setting” Workshop at a most fitting time in my life–I had left a stable job for the unknown. Attending the workshop helped me feel grounded. I now have more clarity as to what my core values are and how they inform the decisions I make, both big and small. What was also helpful was the follow up session I had with Kim. It cleared up any lingering questions I had. She’s a dynamic and engaging speaker who “gets it”–she understands the roadblocks we sometimes experience when connecting our values to actionable goals. I’m fortunate to have had the opportunity to attend the workshop when I did. Thank you Kellie and Kim!
-Doris Lorenzo, Deestarr Delectables
“Cracking” the Communication Code
Interpersonal communication is truly an art, but it’s also a science. Effective communication is situational. The “right” thing to say or do in one situation may not be appropriate in another. A message that works with one person falls flat with someone else. Effective communicators have mastered both the science and the art of interpersonal communication.
This fun-filled, half day workshop, Cracking the Communication Code, provides you with a useful guide to developing relationships and motivating people to yield greater productivity, maximized time efficiency, and effective interactions based on innate personality traits.
Increase work and personal productivity by getting your work done in less time and with less stress.
- Develop a “personal operating system” for processing work
- Take control of email instead of your email controlling you
- Work individually with a productivity expert who understands your environment, work style and challenges
- Gain an average of 5 to 10 more hours in your work week by implementing the system with the help of a productivity expert
- Productive gains data are based on the results of thousands of participants