This course provides participants with life changing insights into their most important relationships – both at work and in other parts of their life.
So much of the way we experience work and life – and the people in them – are from an orientation that is problem-focused, anxiety-based and reactive in nature. “3 Vital Questions: Applying the Power of TED* to Work and Life” will help participants recognize the relationship drama such an orientation fosters and perpetuates, along with the costs and energy-draining realities of this way of being.
Thankfully, there is more to the story and an alternative! Drawing on the frameworks contained in my best-selling book, The Power of TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic) I will share an alternative – or what I call the antidote – to drama. Blessed with an important personal insight over 25 years ago, and honed with over a decade of speaking, training and facilitating, the time has come to offer this proven alternative through this e-learning course.
Participants will learn how to make the shift to an outcome-oriented, passion-powered and creative orientation to work and life that opens the way for relationships that are empowering, resourceful, resilient and innovative – both professionally and personally.
Effective Leadership. Inspired Coaching.
David Emerald’s insights come from over 30 years of study and lessons learned about effective relationships with a wide range of individuals and organizations. His clients include Fortune 50 companies, government agencies, university leadership programs and executives. David is also associated with The Leadership Circle and the University of Notre Dame’s Stayer Center for Business Education. He brings his perspective of life’s challenges and breakthroughs as a “learning laboratory” to his role as executive coach, consultant, facilitator, keynote speaker. With his wife, Donna, they are co-founders of the Bainbridge Leadership Center and live on an Island in the Northwest.
In this course, participants will learn how to drastically transform their everyday drama into resilient and resourceful relationships that improve organizational outcomes. By applying the 3 Vital Questions and the Power of TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic) framework, students will learn to catch themselves sooner in their reactive drama and communicate in new and empowering ways.