John Little Coaching
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Workshops

 

Managing For Multiplication

Imagine if all your team were thoroughly engaged in their work, gave 100%, enjoyed going to work and produced results without burnout. This 2 hour workshop provides practical skills and techniques that managers can adopt that will foster a culture of trust, transparency, and engagement.

Coaching For Supervisors

Coaching is a method for helping someone  to grow and thrive by  allowing them to be the owners of the insights, decisions, actions, and results that make up their work. There are professional coaches who make this their life's work, but coaching is a technique that should be in the toolbox of everyone who oversees others; employees or volunteers, children.  

This can be structured as a 1/2 day or full day workshop.  

Confrontation Into Collaboration

Confrontation can happen in the spur of the moment or it can be scheduled once or twice a year in the performance appraisal.  Confrontation isn't necessarily a bad thing but there are healthy ways to resolve it.  The tough conversations are the ones that we most wish to avoid. They are typically so difficult because there is so much at stake. 

This workshop introduces the PRISM Model For Conversations and is offered in half-day or full-day versions.

 

Speaking & Workshops

I speak on leadership, personal development, cultures of trust, and faith.
With experience in education, business, and ministry I tailor presentations for your audience. 

Here are some of the more popular topics I address.
Some are also available as workshops.
If you have a need for a specific topic not listed here please contact me to discuss.

 
 

Speaking Topics

Coaching in the Workplace

Building Trust

Defeating Answer Man

Change Requires Community

Training vs. Trying

Playing Your Strong Suit

Freedom From Insult and Injury

 


 
 

Workshops

Making Your Best Impact

Confrontation to Collaboration

Powerful Questioning - ICF Core Competency

Coaching in the Workplace

 

 

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