A healthy self-esteem is essential for growth and achieving success. Of all the judgments you make in life, none is as important as the one you make about yourself. Without some measure of self-worth, life can be painful and unrelenting. In this one-day workshop, you will discover some techniques that can dramatically change how you feel about yourself, and how you approach the world to get the things that you want.
WHAT STUDENTS LEARN
- Recognize that you have worth and are worthy of happiness
- Develop techniques for eliminating unhealthy thought patterns and replacing them with supportive patterns
- Learn how to turn negative thoughts into positive thoughts
- Learn how to make requests so that you get what you want
- Set goals that reflect your dreams and desires and reinforce healthy patterns
WHAT TOPICS ARE COVERED
- What is self-esteem?
- Improving self-esteem
- Building self-esteem
- Increasing our self-esteem
- Esteemed confidence
- The power of thought
- Ask for what you want
- Create what you want
History in Brief
This session takes a look at the idea of a generation gap, how it was named, the terms used to describe generations, and other considerations.
Finding Common Ground
There is a lot of common ground between generations. In this session, that common ground is looked at in light of the role of values in conflict, and the role of generations in teams. The conversation then switches to a look at underlying issues of generational relationships.
Silents, Boomers, X’ers, Y’s, Millennials, and Gen Z
This session articulates the boundaries between different generations as well as the similarities.
Recruiting that Bridges the Gap
A mono-generational workplace does not exist in this day and age. This session looks at the concerns of employees across the spectrum of generations.
This session explores the pre-assignment and digs into opinions on various generations along with a look at any generalizations that we may make.
Next, the course takes a look at how to discern what people are seeking in a career and the best way to meet those needs. Targeted ads, along with personality assessments, are also discussed.
The Value of Planning
Planning is one of the keys to success in any endeavor. This session takes a look at succession planning, coaching, and mentoring as ways to close the generation gap.
Developing Targeted Retention Strategies
You’ve spanned the generation gap and landed the employees you want. The trick now is to keep them. Retention strategies are considered in this session.
What We Really Want
This session looks at the larger picture of the generation gap in the context of human resources issues.
At the end of the course, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.