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Ditch the Drama From Your Training Programs: How to Hardwire Accountability, Drive Change, and Deliver Big Results

Monday, June 5, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kelli Hinshaw, Vice President, Reality-Based Leadership

Workplace drama is on the rise, increasing to more than two hours per day per employee. This newly identified source of waste in the workplace is robbing organizations of the value that talent is intended to provide. And new research is suggesting that our current L&D philosophies are hurting, not helping.

L&D can teach leaders how to cut the cost of drama and drive big results, and this webcast will show you how. Based on Cy Wakeman’s research in her new book, No Ego, the webcast will reveal the latest thinking and data on how drama shows up in the workplace, leaders can learn to effectively reduce it, and L&D leaders can harness their organization’s future potential to drive big results. You’ll learn to:

  • Challenge 30 years of conventional leadership and learning practices that actually increase the amount of drama at work.
  • Apply bold new thinking to give leaders practical ways to redirect energy into results. 
  • Recognize the five major sources of drama in the workplace. 
  • Cultivate accountability in the workplace, and how to harness it to maximize your learning programs. 
  • Measure performance that maximizes employee value, improves future potential, and reduces emotional waste (drama). 
  • Bypass egos at work, improve productivity, and keep your teams ready for what’s next. 

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Presenter

Kelli Hinshaw
Kelli Hinshaw

Vice President, Reality-Based Leadership

Kelli Hinshaw leads the strategy development for Cy Wakeman’s Reality-Based Leadership philosophy. In addition to developing exciting new programs and outreach, she also conducts Reality-Based Leadership training programs, leadership consulting, certification, and sustainability programs to help organizations achieve amazing results.

Kelli combines her business acumen with expertise in coaching individuals and teams to lead large scale mergers and acquisitions and business readiness projects, conduct strategic planning, and drive culture changes. She was awarded the Training magazine Emerging Training Leader award for her demonstrated leadership in developing, facilitating, and generating strong return on investment from her training programs. She earned an MBA and is an adjunct management faculty member at the University of Nebraska –Omaha. As a keynote speaker, Kelli is lively and thought-provoking, experienced in engaging audiences at all professional levels. Participants in her programs consistently give rave reviews of the wisdom Kelli provides.
 


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