Mark's workshops are a fun, engaging, enlightening learning experience for participants that open their eyes to new possibilities. He offers a powerful set of ideas around what it means to be human in today’s world, along with how to better communicate and build trusting relationships with those who see the world differently. He takes participants through processes to “try these ideas on”, and then engages them in powerful conversations about how they might apply them in their lives to create meaningful change. Individuals leave seeing themselves and their lives differently and feeling energized to take new action.
Mark offers workshops for intact teams or groups of typically up to 25 people that last anywhere from 2 hours to 2 – 3 full days. Workshops cover content that most people have never seen before, yet they often experience a sense of “I already knew this somehow." Participants are asked to make a commitment to at least one new action going forward at the end of workshops in order to increase the likelihood of change.
Teams frequently utilize workshops on the front end of a more in depth individual or group coaching process. Once everyone has an understanding of the same concepts it’s much easier for all of them to begin applying them together, while individuals continue to move forward with their own unique learning needs.
Mark offers custom designed workshops on the following topics:
- Powerful Leadership
- Capacity Management
- Cultures of Commitment and Accountability
- Restoring and Building Trust in Teams
- Impeccable Coordination of Action
Director of Provider Engagement at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
“With new managers in a freshly restructured department inside a company and industry undergoing a variety of changes, I needed a professional resource to help support these new leaders and their teams through this transition. Mark worked with me and my managers in several venues -- small group sessions, multiple one-on-one conversations, full-team engagements -- to help us become more comfortable with the changes happening around us. Mark has a gift of teaching individuals and groups how to view themselves from a different perspective so they can be more successful. He teaches people how to hold themselves and others accountable for the key behaviors that are needed for teams to succeed."