Join us for our second workshop of the year, as we bring Daryl Dixon back for another morning workshop, this time focused on building our skills as leaders, team-builders, and effective coaches in our work with volunteers, interns, colleagues, and more!
Forward-thinking Leaders have discovered that the same skills that coaches use to create winners in athletics work in a workplace setting as well. This innovative workshop is designed to teach you powerful coaching methods to turn your volunteers and staff into super productive, motivated winners!
You'll instill the kind of energy and enthusiasm that makes productivity soar. How? Supplement your own managerial abilities with compelling coaching and counseling skills, and watch the incredible results.
This program will teach you step by step, how to produce a "game plan" that ensures you'll reach your goals and objectives. Plus, find out how to maximize every volunteer’s abilities … and uncover strengths and talents you never knew existed!
Five Essential Coaching Skills You Will Learn In this Seminar
Daryl Dixon is regarded as one of the most powerful, inspirational and relevant speakers and trainers on the subject of workforce diversity. Daryl is the founder of Diversity Resource Group (DRG), and the Professional Diversity Practitioners Network. Daryl works with organizations to help create an optimal work environment – an environment where every employee feels recognized, appreciated, valued and that his/her talents are being optimally utilized. Daryl has consulted with organizations that range from small non-profits to Fortune 500. Daryl received certification as an EEO Investigator from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
An award-winning diversity practitioner, Daryl has presented at numerous diversity conferences, including the national SHRM Diversity Conference. Daryl was cited in HR Magazine for his expertise in the area of workforce diversity. Daryl served as an EEO Officer in the US Army, the Director of Multicultural Services at George Fox University and the Chief Diversity Officer of Multnomah County, the second most populous county in the Northwest.