Want to experience a fun, interactive learning experience you will remember for your whole career?
The following KerrHill programs have been designed to do just that.
They can be cost effectively modified to fit your organizations culture and development needs.
Time Management Workshop
Ninety-eight percent of professionals we work with struggle with time management. A majority of them have never been to a time management program in their career. Would a four hour investment in your time be worth leveraging a 10-30% efficiency gain in your week?
Objective: To understand how personal behavior affects time management and to create new time management practices and guidelines.
Methodology: Exploring and action planning a variety of workplace topics that can affect and improve one’s efficiency and effectiveness in time management. Personal behavior and its impact on one’s time management is also explored through a personalized DISC Time Plus Report.
Prioritizing tasks more effectively
Estimating Time on Tasks
How to manage “over-committing”
Reactive vs. Proactive time management
Staying focused on the “Critical Few”
Understanding how human behavior impacts time management
Conflict is defined as any situation in which your concerns or desires differ from those of another person. How much easier could your life be if you were able to effectively handle conflict?
Objective: Educate and enhance an individual’s awareness and skill set in handling conflict.
Methodology: Half-day interactive learning lab. Primary learning tool is the TKI report which provides participants with a personal assessment of their Five Modes of Conflict. Program also utilizes video observation, group debriefs, role play, group discussion.
Reviewing successful and unsuccessful conflict situations.
Exploring common workplace conflict through interactive dialogue.
Understanding personal barriers to change
Learning and understand the Five Modes of Conflict model.
Creating awareness and understanding of one’s primary conflict modes.
Building new strategies in handling conflict situations.
Assessing conflict situations and apply proper modes to the situation.
Live role play and Interactive video assessment
Creating action plans for improving personal communication skills.
We negotiate for something, everywhere, everyday. Ninety-five percent of our incoming program participants have not had training in negotiating, yet struggle with this key element of worklife. How could four hours of learning here help you?
Objective: To understand a negotiating framework and process and how to deal with potential conflict that may arise in a negotiation.
Methodology: Interactive group learning. Audience-based videotaped role play and feedback. Reviewing a common interest based negotiating model and the “Five Modes of Conflict” profile report.
Exploring and reviewing common workplace negotiations
Reflection Exercise – what’s worked, what has not in recent negotiations
Interactive discussion on how personal conflict modes impact negotiations
Live audience-based role play
Read and review of the Five Modes of Conflict
Assessing and action planning conflict modes
Negotiating Skills – an overview
Separating people from the problem
The four part negotiating process – things to consider
Contingency planning negotiationsAction planning the four negotiating steps
Presentations skills can be utilized in many different venues and not just in formal presentation settings. Imagine leveraging skills learned in this program to effectively present ideas, thoughts, vision, and concepts to individuals or groups.
Objective: To develop effective presentation building and delivery skills when addressing large or small audiences.
Methodology: Interactive group learning. Presentation content building and delivery with videotaping and feedback. DISC Behavioral “Communicating with Style” profile report included.
Understanding different communication styles
Reviewing personalized DISC communication style reports
Has it been awhile since you got offsite with your Executive Management Team to set Strategy?
Our strategic planning sessions are highly interactive and provide action based results.
Experience in execution of strategy is a key element to being able to facilitate a planning offsite. Our facilitator is a seasoned business executive with years of high-level business management experience.
Objective: Strategy lives between where you are and where you want to be. This three day offsite provides clarity, tools and project maps for executing realistic business plans.
Who Should Attend: CEOs, CFOs, COOs, EVPs, VPs, and others considered to be key members of an executive management team.
Format: Two-and-a-half to three-day offsite session.
DISC reports are generated from a 24-question online or paper based survey. The results are computer compiled and you receive a complete profile report on your behavioral style based on your responses to the survey.
There are a variety of reports designed to address specific assessment needs which include: