Some possible presentation topics include the following:
This interactive workshop will examine how Conflict management and/or conflict coaching is now considered an important part of any leader’s role, sometimes taking more than 25% of their time. As a result, leaders of the future need conflict coaching skills if they are to effectively manage organizations, make decisions, and lead more effectively in the ever increasing team environment in today’s business climate. This workshop on the conflict coaching process and narrative mediation will demonstrate to leaders how conflict in the workplace can be dissolved through the cutting-edge process of narrative meditation.
How your organization is storied is of supreme importance for all involved. Stories can motivate, inspire, and spark change in individuals and organizations. Stories can also block change and can define what constitutes change. Advancing storytelling skills help companies develop and integrate strategy, help leaders inspire innovation and change, and help organizations and their people get healthy, energised, focused and productive.
This workshop will examine the importance of narrative in organizations and how storytelling skills help leaders to be more engaging, and how employees can be more effective through the medium of Storytelling.
“Dr. Hoff is a dynamic, motivational speaker. His presentation on “Entrepreneurship” for the Orange County District of the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy, California Division, challenged attendees to foster exploration of future goals and pursuits. Attendees commented that the presentation left them feeling inspired and gave them vision for next steps towards achieving their dreams.“
– Dr. Naveen Jonathan,
The word team gets overused so much in contemporary organizational culture that many managers are oblivious to its real meaning—or their potential. However, most leaders know that when true collaboration is in place, teams can lead to cutting-edge innovation and astonishing results.
This workshop, using advanced family therapy principles based on system theory and relational practice, will map the ways in which teams breakdown and struggle, and alternatively, how high-performance teams support one another in expanding collaborative skills.
“Chris is an attentive instructor who met me where I was at in my understanding of narrative therapy. He thinks outside the box and related the concepts to everyday events so to support my understanding and comprehension. He works with his students to ensure their success.”
– Kristen Ellis