Transformational Workshops

The transformational workshops aim to support organizations in period of business strategies transformations, where the current and future leaders of these organizations will play an important role of leading the transformation. Frameworks and concepts such as Growth Mindset, Agile Mindset, Strategic Intuition,  Discovery Skills, Reframing and Social Learning are topics discussed in the Transformational Leadership programs (for Leaders or for Teams). A personality assessment based on the Five Factors Model is also part of the programs. Since we believe Coaching is by itself a transformational manner of leading people, we also offer a coaching workshop with especific coaching techniques for people interested to become a coach.


Transformational Coaching

Professional coaches are tactful and treat all information as confidential. A coach is open and honest towards the coachee, puts aside his/her own agenda. The coach gets a sense of joy and purpose when seeing another person find their own next steps. A coach always acts for the greater good of the coachee.

Develop you in a transformational coach  with the ability to listen, not judge, show empathy and help the other person see things in a different way is our objective. Standard Modules are:

-Inside-out Mindset
-GROW Model
-Level of Listening & Type of Questions
-Heron’s Six Categories of Intervention
-Solution Focus Model

Cross-Cultural Adaptability

With increasing globalization comes diversification in the workplace. As organizations turn to hiring employees from many parts of the world, the need for cultural understanding is at its greatest. Culture shapes the values, habits and thinking patterns that impact work. Increase participants’ ability to relate to other cultures is our main objective.

The Cross-Cultural Adaptability workshop is a powerful experience that helps participants identify their personal areas of low cultural understanding and provides examples of ways to improve them. Standard Modules are:

-Cross-cultural interactions
-Multi-cultural discussions
-Living and studying abroad
-Relocating to another culture
-Intercultural teams and work groups
-Corporate culture that embraces cultural diversity and inclusion.


Transformational Leaders

Research has shown that an effective development plan brings learning on the job, learning with other people and a portion of formal training.

Develop a Leadership Culture that enable business transformation and high performance is our main objective. Five major personality traits have been identified as factors contributing to the likelihood of an individual displaying the characteristics of a transformational leader.  Standard Modules are:

-Transformational Leader Framework
-Creating and Sharing a Vision of the Future
-Charisma and Storytelling
-Reframing problems and Strategic Intuition
-Growth Mindset and Social Leadership

Extraordinary Teams

Transformations demand a lot from the organizations, employees and teams. High performance teams have genuine desire for collaboration and achieve something meaningful together. Transformational Teams is about communication, co-creation and common goals.  It is also about sharing stories of mistakes and learnings and be open for challenging and different ideas and projects. Develop a Extraordinary Team Culture where people learn from others and are happy with the success of others is our main objective.

The Five major personality traits allow individuals and teams to be aware of their preferences when interacting with colleagues and better understand the team dynamics and address them in the team context without losing the focus on common goals and the individual team member perspective about performance.   Standard Modules are:

-The team members personality traits
-Ordinary and extraordinary teamwork
-Agile Mindset and Co-creation

Millenial Mindset

Millenial Mindset

Discovering the motivational needs of Millenial Employees

Replace negative stereotypes with positive perceptions about working with Millennial employees

More than 1 in 3 employees in today’s workforce is a Millennial. Just like Boomers and Gen Xers, Millennials share a common set of beliefs and characteristics – brought about by certain cultural influences – that drive their behavior. As a manager, it’s important to understand this mindset in order to help Millennial employees maximize job performance and work productivity. This program explores their expectations, preferences and motivations in various capacities of the working environment and then shares the ways that managers can adapt their behavior to this growing segment of the workforce in order to leverage their unique skill set.

This program is primarily for managers who supervise Millennial employees but is also appropriate for anyone who works with Millennial-age employees.

As a learning outcome, you will: Better understand the influences that shaped Millennials’ workplace habits and preferences, identify elements of a company culture that are appealing to Millennials, maximize the effectiveness of your daily interactions with Millennial employees through engagement and communication strategies and identify ways to reduce tension with Millennials as both a manager and an employee.

Career Development

Preparing Gen Z’s debut in the world of work

The Career Development Workshop* aim to support the students to find their desired career drivers and career path. A Personality Assessment as well as a Motivation Assessment are utilized to increase self-awareness.

Students will be encouraged to share their assessment results with colleagues and have peer-coaching supportive dialogues around their personal and career motivations as well as their personality traits that support it.

Among Millennials the “ability to learn and progress” is now the main driver of a company selection. Only one-third of Millennials believe their organizations are using their skills well, and 42% say they are likely to leave because they are not learning fast enough.

Gen Z is now entering a workplace under transformation and being shaped by Millennials expectations, preferences and motivations with Boomers and Gen Xers managers adapting their behavior to this growing segment of the workforce.


The following workshops and respective dates are available for open registration. You will receive a confirmation email.