A 2-Day Short Course
This course focuses on the keys to achieving positive measurable, long-term change in behavior for yourself, your people, and your team. Learn the mindsets and characteristics of successful people and how these characteristics can sometimes become impediments to greater success.
In this experiential workshop, you practice the skills of a behavioral coach, including goal setting, action planning, story telling, rehearsal, after action assessment, and reinforcement. Finally, an 8-step process encouraging development, which was created by Marshall Goldsmith, noted by such publications as Forbes and the Wall Street Journal as among the top executive coaches, is taught as the methodology to the development of oneself and others.
Learn how to create an environment where people can effectively improve their behavior and increase your organization’s overall productivity.
Coordinator and Lecturer
Christopher Coffey, Partner, Prism, Ltd., Santa Monica, California. For many years, Mr. Coffey has worked with executive teams and their staffs in developing excellence in management by translating realistic, down-to-earth methods for success into simple, common sense concepts. He conducts workshops in leadership, team building, commitment, and executive coaching. In addition, he has substantial training and experience as an actor and director, and has appeared in a variety of movies, television productions, and commercials. He also has taught courses in acting and self-presentation. With this background, Mr. Coffey is able to train managers to present themselves with maximum impact and increase their effectiveness in daily communication.
In the mid-1980s, Prism, Ltd., was one of the pioneers in feedback-based training, working with organizations such as IBM, Citibank, Apple, and Reebok. Today, Mr. Coffey’s clients include Autodesk, Intervoice, Tektronix, Silicon Graphics, Network Associates, and Extended Systems.
For more information contact the Short Course Program Office:
firstname.lastname@example.org | (310) 825-3344 | fax (310) 206-2815