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Creating a meaningful connection in the workplace can be a challenging task

We facilitate workshop experiences for groups large or small that deliver powerful and transformative change, creating a lasting impact on your organization and company culture.
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Transform your Organization

Our workshops encourage collective growth by allowing space for challenging conversations and discovery.

Each session focuses on identifying and harnessing individual and team engagement with an emphasis on transformation that unifies the organization.

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Address your Unique Objectives

With over 30 workshops covering Leadership, Well-being, DEI and Business Development, we design and deliver workshops to address any challenges or goals your organization is working towards.

The path to understanding business development and developing a client base can feel unclear, isolating, and be a source of added stress.

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Understanding Your Leadership Style
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Understanding Your Leadership Style

A high level of self-awareness is crucial for credibility as a leader. Participants engage with select assessment tools (e.g., DISC, Myers Briggs, StrengthsFinder) to help build this self-awareness. Participants take time to better understand themselves and how others perceive their actions. With this intel, participants will be better equipped to respond to the concerns of others, and understand how to lead and influence.

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Having Difficult Conversations
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Having Difficult Conversations

How often do we avoid difficult DEI conversations at work? Which ones are the most challenging and why? What tools/frameworks can we use to support ourselves in approaching them? Participants review the range of conversations we find complex and the impact of avoiding. We'll explore power imbalance, and get a sense of what’s possible. Participants ultimately practice various tools and frameworks to help strategize how to navigate these conversations.

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Effective Communication (DISC)
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Effective Communication (DISC)

Understanding different communication styles can improve our interpersonal skills, build trust, and improve cooperation. Participants will lean on the DISC Assessment – a tool for increasing awareness of communication style and behavioral tendencies – to better understand how they interact with others. Participants will also begin to better understand how their style affects their relationships, and explore how to use these tools to improve communications.

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Active and Mindful Listening
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Active and Mindful Listening

It is critical for leaders to be better listeners. When it comes to DEI issues, are you equipped for listening to the many challenges faced by the various communities in your world? In this workshop, participants will understand how to listen with intention - a critical tool for supporting and building rapport with existing and potential clients, within our communities, and with our colleagues. Participants will explore ways of listening, practice with colleagues in breakout rooms, and leave with practical tools to strengthen their listening skills.

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Building Emotional Intelligence
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Building Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence helps us understand how to communicate more effectively and improve interactions with co-workers, staff, management, direct reports, and clients. Begin to understand the value of emotional intelligence, how to leverage it to get a better understanding of yourself and others. This includes understanding your approach to critical communications and recognizing how to improve interactions with others.

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Building Psychological Safety & Belonging
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Building Psychological Safety & Belonging

At some point in their careers, people feel like they don't belong. How can we foster a sense of psychological safety for ourselves and our colleagues? During this session, participants will engage in open conversation to address these challenges, explore the underlying limiting beliefs that hinder growth and impact psychological safety, and experiment with several tools and strategies on how to build a more inclusive workplace.

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Business Development Workshops
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Business Development Workshops

Consider one or a series of topics on business development to support transitioning your service professionals from experts in their practice to entrepreneurs, including:

  • Understanding Your Value Proposition
  • Practicing a One Liner
  • Understanding the Value of Marketing
  • Preparing an Actionable BD Plan
  • Building Trust in Relationships (Becoming the Trusted Advisor)
  • Making an Ask
  • Understanding Sales and Marketing Principles
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Leading With Compassion
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Leading With Compassion

Addressing burnout in our professional lives includes the need for centering compassion in our leadership. Compassionate leadership can lead to less stress, happier employees, healthier workplaces, and improved relationships. Most importantly, compassion can be consciously cultivated — it’s in your control— and mindfulness practices help. Participants learn tools to become a more compassionate leader and ultimately move towards a more successful and resilient team.

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Mindfulness at Work
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Mindfulness at Work

One thing is certain: we all need a bit of self-care. Mindfulness is one of the most accessible tools at our disposal to deal with stress and support well-being. Participants learn how mindfulness practices help support you professionally and personally, including relevant data and anecdotes on the importance of mindfulness practice for professional life. Receive instruction on meditation posture, basic breathing techniques to help support meditation, basic mindfulness practices, and how to integrate meditation into daily life.

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Increasing Resilience in our Work
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Increasing Resilience in our Work

What is resilience? How do you build it at work? Participants will explore what can create resilience at work, how mindfulness practices can help, and engage in “situational mindfulness” practices to learn tools on how to address both workplace complexities to both decrease the energy drain and increase the energy gain. Learning how to better process and address workplace experiences allow participants to understand how to build greater resilience in their work.

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Managing Workplace Intensity
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Managing Workplace Intensity

We rarely have an open dialogue around managing workplace intensity. Participants will examine the underlying limiting beliefs and assumptions that prevent us from effectively understanding and addressing stress. Through interactive exercises and mindfulness practices, we will explore ways to better understand these challenges and provide takeaways toward shifting how we approach our work. Challenge the notion that some of the stress we experience is an inherent part of the workplace.

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Tools For Effective And Mindful Listening
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Tools For Effective And Mindful Listening

Finding it hard to hold a dialogue about race at work? Many of us are, because we were never taught how to. Learn how to listen effectively and mindfully; to be present with someone who is expressing concern and receive what we hear with understanding (rather than judgment). This helps us step into observing without evaluating. Ultimately, these tools help participants understand how to “sit with discomfort” that arises when listening rather than reacting. What’s that like? Let’s find out.

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Mindfulness Tools For Responding To Bias
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Mindfulness Tools For Responding To Bias

Cope with managing the impact of the cumulative burden of bias for professionals from underrepresented groups.

  • Manage these microaggressions skilfully so we can mitigate the harm of internalizing this stress and bias.
  • Focus on ways to support wisely "responding" rather than "reacting" to circumstances as they come up.
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Psychological Safety and Belonging at Work
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Psychological Safety and Belonging at Work

At some point in their careers, people feel like they don’t belong. How can we foster a sense of psychological safety for ourselves and our colleagues? During this session, participants will engage in open conversation to address these challenges, explore the underlying limiting beliefs that hinder growth and impact psychological safety, and experiment with several tools and strategies on how to build a more inclusive workplace.

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Building Emotional Intelligence
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Building Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence helps us understand how to communicate more effectively and improve interactions with co-workers, staff, management, direct reports, and clients. Begin to understand the value of emotional intelligence, how to leverage it to get a better understanding of yourself and others. This includes understanding your approach to critical communications and recognizing how to improve interactions with others.

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Managing Return To Hybrid Work
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Managing Return To Hybrid Work

The pandemic and its challenges have tapped into our sentiment of not "belonging." In the transition to hybrid work, how can we foster a sense of psychological safety within ourselves and our colleagues? Participants will engage in open conversation to address these challenges, explore what impacts psychological safety, and experiment with several tools and strategies on how to ensure a healthy hybrid work culture.

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Leading With Compassion
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Leading With Compassion

Addressing burnout in our professional lives includes the need for centering compassion in our leadership. Compassionate leadership can lead to less stress, happier employees, healthier workplaces, and improved relationships. Most importantly, compassion can be consciously cultivated — it’s in your control— and mindfulness practices help. Participants learn tools to become a more compassionate leader and ultimately move towards a more successful and resilient team.

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Having Difficult Conversations
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Having Difficult Conversations

How often do we avoid difficult DEI conversations at work? Which ones are the most challenging and why? What tools/frameworks can we use to support ourselves in approaching them? Participants review the range of conversations we find complex and the impact of avoiding. We'll explore power imbalance, and get a sense of what’s possible. Participants ultimately practice various tools and frameworks to help strategize how to navigate these conversations.

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Giving Meaningful Feedback And Evaluations
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Giving Meaningful Feedback And Evaluations

Effective feedback, especially across race and gender based differences, is essential to a successful workplace. Participants understand the importance of meaningful feedback and explore ways to give effective feedback in order to have the difficult conversations, and encourage growth.  Integrating consistent and impactful feedback can change the company culture, ultimately making it more productive. Participants will also have an opportunity to practice giving feedback, adapting their feedback to different situations, and implementing better ways to actively listen.

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Building Trust In Relationships
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Building Trust In Relationships

When asked what's most important in your professional relationships, most mention trust in their top 3. And yet, how do we engender trust? Who are the people that trust you, who do you trust, why is that the case, and how did you get there? Explore how to move people towards more trust. Taking a close look at our own relationships can be a first step to help us engender further "trust" down the road with others.

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Addressing Our Own Bias
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Addressing Our Own Bias

When left unchecked, our biases permeate all aspects of the workplace. Ultimately, we are all biased to some degree, and our choice of words and behaviors has an impact on others. Gain a better understanding of our biases, how they harm others, and how to steer this process toward more equitable choices. Emerge better placed to think critically about your treatment of others and move past the social conditioning that can make this challenging.

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The Impact Of Microaggressions, How to Handle
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The Impact Of Microaggressions, How to Handle

We're all familiar with situations where someone says or does something that offends some aspect of someone else's identity. Most often, these microaggressions are aimed at traditionally marginalized identity groups. At their core, they represent disrespect and inequality, are harmful to team members and workplace culture, and should be taken seriously. Participants will spend time building awareness, learning tools to respond (as an observer, aggressor, or recipient), and work towards a more inclusive and equitable workplace cultures.

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Mindfulness Tools For Responding To Bias (Healing Workplace Trauma)
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Mindfulness Tools For Responding To Bias (Healing Workplace Trauma)

We must create spaces for professionals from underrepresented groups to understand how to better manage the cumulative burden of bias. How do we address these aggressions skillfully so we can mitigate the harm of internalizing the stress? Participants will understand the internal harm taking place, learn and practice mindfulness tools to mitigate the harm, and focus on ways to support wisely "responding" rather than "reacting" to circumstances as they come up.

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Tools For Effective And Mindful Listening (Including on Race)
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Tools For Effective And Mindful Listening (Including on Race)

Finding it hard to hold a dialogue about race at work? Many of us are, because we were never taught how to. Learn how to listen effectively and mindfully; to be present with someone who is expressing concern and receive what we hear with understanding (rather than judgment). This helps us step into observing without evaluating. Ultimately, these tools help participants understand how to “sit with discomfort” that arises when listening rather than reacting. What’s that like? Let’s find out.

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Having Difficult Conversations
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Having Difficult Conversations

How often do we avoid difficult DEI conversations at work? Which ones are the most challenging and why? What tools/frameworks can we use to support ourselves in approaching them? Participants review the range of conversations we find complex and the impact of avoiding. We'll explore power imbalance, and get a sense of what’s possible. Participants ultimately practice various tools and frameworks to help strategize how to navigate these conversations.

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Listening Forum: Addressing Current Events
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Listening Forum: Addressing Current Events

Current events are challenging, and can be hard to process, especially in a distributed workplace. This results in fatigue, energy drain, and also impacts our work. There's a need to take care of ourselves and be mindful of others on our team. Participants take time to connect, listen, and understand the various ways we experience these challenges. We also get curious about tools we can use to manage these experiences more skillfully to protect our mental health and wellbeing.

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Inclusive Leadership
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Inclusive Leadership

DEI is a high priority and our leadership needs to reflect this changing need - in values, goals, and behaviors. As leaders in our offices, we need to show personal commitment and take responsibility for making truly inclusive workplaces happen. So what does inclusive leadership look like - not in theory, but in practice? Participants will understand the basic principles of Inclusive Leadership, and will explore ways of putting it into practice.

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Building "Right Relationship" Across Difference
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Building "Right Relationship" Across Difference

We have personal spaces to dialogue about race, gender, or other identity issues, but don't yet feel that comfort at work. Psychological safety in personal spaces allow us to take risks and creates assurance that we can rehabilitate relationships if we cross a line. How can we foster this type of "right relationship" at work? Participants learn to evolve workplace relationships towards raising more of these uncomfortable issues - a needed step towards a more inclusive work environment.

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Giving Meaningful Feedback And Evaluations
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Giving Meaningful Feedback And Evaluations

Effective feedback, especially across race and gender based differences, is essential to a successful workplace. Participants understand the importance of meaningful feedback and explore ways to give effective feedback in order to have the difficult conversations, and encourage growth.  Integrating consistent and impactful feedback can change the company culture, ultimately making it more productive. Participants will also have an opportunity to practice giving feedback, adapting their feedback to different situations, and implementing better ways to actively listen.

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Addressing Diversity Challenges with Business Growth
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Addressing Diversity Challenges with Business Growth

It's time to examine how business development culture has impacted those from historically underrepresented backgrounds. These patterns directly impact compensation, wealth distribution, and equity. Participants discusses specific roadblocks existing at the nexus of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and business development (BD) that impede the progress of women, people of color, and other historically underrepresented groups and understand avenues to consider moving towards a more equitable culture.

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“Working with Rudhir has had a tremendous impact on my career and life.
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“Working with Rudhir has had a tremendous impact on my career and life.
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“Working with Rudhir has had a tremendous impact on my career and life.
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I want to thank you for today's workshop. The timing could not have been better as I'm currently handling and reacting to a sensitive workplace situation. Before the workshop I was feeling very stressed. I now have a better overall perspective and tools on how I will handle this situation. Thank you for the guidance and help you provided to help us shift our mindsets.
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I really enjoyed these trainings. They were the best set of classes I have ever taken at the Company. I recommended we continue these classes for our leadership team. Sometimes people feel uncomfortable in speaking up in these types of trainings. It was refreshing how you engaged us in dialogue, and it was a pleasure to share my perspective as well. Thanks again.
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From the moment we started the workshop I gained a deeper understanding of my fellow directors in a circle of trust created by the vulnerabilities we shared with each other. With Rudhir’s instructions and guidance, we were able to identify our own weaknesses and strengths, and how to overcome our own limitations in our collective pursuit of becoming better leaders and leading with focus, purpose, and intent.
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