Eyes on the Future - Skills to help further your career

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This six-week Eyes on the Future series provides professionals with strategies and knowledge to further their career. Leaders across diverse backgrounds and industries will share how they’ve used their experiences, successes, and lessons learned to grow themselves and their companies. Sponsored by CPS Recruitment, Inc.

 

Sessions:

Recognizing and Overcoming Unconscious Bias – October 25

We are all impacted by unconscious bias - learned stereotypes that are often automatic and unintentional, yet deeply ingrained within our beliefs. When left unchecked, unconscious biases can affect our behavior, workplace decision making and how we interact and treat one another. Biased decisions can also negatively impact an organization’s ability to recruit and retain a diverse workforce, and in some cases, lead to discriminatory behavior. Fortunately, when we proactively acknowledge and understand our personal and unconscious biases, we can avoid acting upon them and make better, more informed and equitable decisions. During this 3-hour interactive seminar for individuals, teams, management, HR and business owners a like, learn what unconscious bias is, how to recognize its role in decision-making and how to overcome these biases in your professional and personal life.

PRESENTER – Dr. Juhanna Rogers, VP of Racial Equity & Social Impact, CenterState CEO

 

Being an Effective Team Member – November 1

It's easy to recognize the qualities that make someone a poor team member. But what makes a person invaluable to a team? This program highlights the key characteristics of exemplary team members. By making subtle changes—you can adopt these behaviors to become a more valuable collaborator. Learn tips that can help you increase your self-awareness, communicate more effectively, demonstrate your reliability as a colleague and approach teamwork collaboratively, and more.

PRESENTER - Ralph Simone, Partner, Emergent

 

Disagreeing with a senior level colleague – November 8

Your boss is excited about a new initiative that you think is doomed to fail. Your senior colleague proposes a project timeline you worry is unrealistic. It’s tempting to just go along with it and not raise concerns. After all, that can be easier than speaking up. How do you decide when it’s worth saying something? And if you do speak up, what should you say? In this session, learn how to assess if voicing your disagreement with someone who has more seniority and decision-making authority than you is the right course of action (it often is!), and how to do it in ways most likely to give you the best results. Gain tips on how to lay the groundwork in these critical relationships so that disagreeing is easier to do, despite the power dynamic.

PRESENTER – Caprice Reader, Senior Human Resources Consultant, GTM/HR Solutions

 

LinkedIn – how to best utilize this business-focused social medium – November 15

LinkedIn is the top online site for professional, social and career networking. The site functions as an online directory of individual professionals and organizations and facilitates the process of professional networking without having to leave your office. While individuals use LinkedIn for professional networking, connecting and job searching, companies use it for recruiting and for sharing company information with prospective employees. Hear from a digital marketing expert of how to use LinkedIn most effectively – no matter what you hope to gain from the medium ( a new job, networking, connections etc)

PRESENTERS: Alex Regan & Emily Neveldine – Digital Hyve

 
Managing Multiple Priorities, Projects & Deadlines - November 21

This program will help you recognize true priorities; develop better strategies for managing numerous projects; how to establish and meet deadlines and eliminate bottlenecks. Filled with practical how-to strategies, this time-management training will ensure that you:

- Stop wasting time and get the clock working for you instead of against you.

- Take control of multiple projects, even when they're all top priorities.

- Handle with ease unexpected demands and unplanned situations that can destroy even the most careful scheduling.

- Stay cool, calm and collected when the pressure is overwhelming, and stress threatens your effectiveness.

PRESENTERS -

David M. Carnie, CCIM, Associate Real Estate Broker, Cushman & Wakefield/Pyramid Brokerage Company, 4th Ward Salina Town Councilor

Kristin Mannion, Founder & Owner,  The Alvina Group

Quiana Morgan, Special Events and Hospitality Coordinator at Syracuse University through partnership with Legends, Inc

 

Maximizing Personal Productivity: How to Become an Efficient Employee – November 29

This session will show you how to do more in less time. You’ll learn how to increase your efficiency while maintaining (or improving) your quality of life, and how to enhance your leadership and communication skills in any setting. 

PRESENTER – Jeff Rogers, Owner, Jeff Rogers Executive Business Coaching

 

Cost - $20/Member for all sessions; $30/non-members for all sessions.     We are pleased to bring back this engaging virtual series at a significantly reduced price thanks to our sponsor, CPS Recruitment, Inc.

 

  

 

 

 

Event Time

Oct 25th 2022
09:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Venue

Virtual / Zoom meeting

Email

lmetot@centerstateceo.com

Event Type

CEO - Business Tactics