COVID has brought dramatic changes in society. We are having to learn how to adapt to a new way of living and working. This change brings on challenges in not only what we do but how we do it. Our work structure is different, and so is our behavioral framework for interacting with each other. In this webinar, Dr. Lynette Reed outlines her 3-part model for changing behavior for yourself or your organization to instill more trust and authenticity. This model was designed to help individuals and groups work better together. You can create a lifestyle or a work culture that holds these three behaviors as core elements that improve communication and reduce conflict.
1. Understand the difference between binary thinking and critical thinking and its impact on individuals and organizations.
2. Learn the three-part process of change that helps secure a stronger sense of unity for individuals and organizations.
3. Create a personal mission that helps you begin the process for change for either personal growth or more organizational effectiveness.
Dr. Lynette Reed – Writer, researcher, and advisor on human potential for personal and organizational development, Dr. Lynette Reed is a People and Culture Partner. She has mentored people from businesses, not-for-profits, schools, allied health agencies, chambers of commerce, governments, and churches. She has taught courses on team building, leadership, ethics, world religion, and world cultures. Her current literary contributions include an executive summary paperback titled, Fixing the Problem: Making Changes in How You Deal with Challenges, as well as book contributions, articles, guest radio appearances, and a series of children’s books with Abingdon Press. She is also a co-founder and board member of the Institute for Soul-Centered Leadership at Seton Cove. Lynette holds a Doctor of Ministry in Spirituality, Sustainability, and Inter-Religious Dialogue and a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Contact her at email@example.com.
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