Travels From: Atlanta, GA,
Jane Bishop is founder/owner of Take The Next Step and invests in people to be greater influencers to those around them. Tapping into her teaching skills, education and experiences, Jane leads others through change to help clients achieve their desired outcomes. Recognized as an energetic speaker, Jane stirs audiences with a “not to be forgotten” style, blending her skills and sense of humor. She challenges participants with powerful messages of opportunity and action. Known as someone who lives forward, Jane’s passion for life and encouraging others is evident, whether chatting with a friend over coffee or addressing hundreds of professionals from a platform. Others have described Jane’s style as “fun, refreshing, real, and unexpected."
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What if you practiced 5 skills that would elevate your communication and empower others? These 5 skills can be used in professional and personal conversations. When you experience the shift and empower others, you have a greater influence to those around you.
1. Five skills defined
2. Introductory practicums
3. Next steps
"You can have it all. Simply not at the same time!" Learn three disciplines that can be practiced daily and experience how to have it all, one slice at a time.
Participants will learn how to apply three daily disciplines in a fun and creative manner that will lead to a more fulfilled life.
Our brains are hard-wired for emotions to be in control! Learning how to manage them is a powerful game changer for business and life. Someone has said, “Emotional intelligence, at its core, is all about personal mastery and people management.” We will take a “drone aerial view” of EQ to see what it is, how it informs us, identify the four skills, and learn 4 ways to practice EQ.
A heightened awareness of how emotions impact communication which impacts relationships.
The value of how emotions impact connecting with others.
Four domains of EQ.
Steps to practice EQ.
According to Angela Duckworth, "Grit is passion and perseverance for long-term goals. One way to think about grit is to consider what grit isn’t. Grit isn’t talent. Grit isn’t luck. Grit isn’t how intensely, for the moment, you want something. Instead, grit is about having what some researchers call an”ultimate concern”–a goal you care about so much that it organizes and gives meaning to almost everything you do. And grit is holding steadfast to that goal. Even when you fall down. Even when you screw up. Even when progress toward that goal is halting or slow."
We will explore the value of grit, how it helps develop/reinforce self-esteem, and a formula for each person to tap into their GRIT factor.
1. What is Grit
2. The value of Grit
3. A formula to tap into your Grit Factor
4. Next steps
No one has your story. It is as unique as a fingerprint. As humans, we often default to comparing our story/life to other's story/life. What if you could discover or rediscover how to tap into your story and experience confidence, value and contentment and shift from comparing your story to standing on your story? You will learn three practices that will help you make the shift. Come expecting to have fun, interact with others and gain insights into how to stand on your story.
1. Awareness of your core.
2. Identify gaps between your core and behavior.
3. How to identify common self-saboteurs.
4. How to embrace your story with confidence.
5. Next steps.
"Gap: an unfilled space or interval; a break in continuity." So how do you close a gap? What if you had five key questions to answer that would position yourself to close most any gap?Learn the 5 A's - plus a bonus - to practice and be more effective.
Participants will learn the five A's of closing a gap for immediate application. These five A's are an effective addition to any leader's resource kit.