Resources for Leadership and Learning
I’m a teacher at heart, and I love creating resources that help you move forward on whatever situation you’re dealing with.
Here’s my latest selection of resources for leaders and course creators:
Dealing with Bozos and Bullies - An Emotionally Intelligent Conflict Management Checklist
Nobody likes conflict. In fact, it’s one of the number one reasons people come to work with me. But the truth is, conflict doesn’t have to be a bad thing. If you know how to manage it, you can actually turn it into a generative, helpful experience.
In this free download I’ll teach you the skills you need to:
- Manage conflict more easily, without feeling like it’s sucking out your soul, or making you mean.
- Feel totally prepared in dealing with people and situations that bring up conflict (bozos, bullies, and more!)
- Take decisive action to move through conflicts without damaging the relationships you have with those around you.
Emotionally Intelligent Conflict Management Demonstration
What if you knew how to make conflict a good thing for yourself and the people around you, reaching a true win-win instead of a win-lose, or worse, a lose-lose? It can be done –– and in this free pre-recorded video demonstration, I’ll walk you through exactly how to make it happen.
- Why conflicts degenerate into ugliness, and how you can preemptively keep that from happening.
- The 5 keys to shifting a conflict into win-win territory.
- Exactly what to say and do when you’re confronted with a conflict that makes you uncomfortable.
Creating Your Roadmap Statement
The easier you make it for people to learn, the easier your job gets as the teacher. Roadmap statements are one of the quickest and most effective ways to orient your learners so they’re actually able to absorb and use the expertise you’re sharing.
- Why even experienced teachers with excited learners can struggle to keep everyone engaged.
- How to orient learners at the beginning of your time with them, and the switch this makes in their brains that makes it easier for them to learn.
- The 2 elements of a roadmap statement, and how to quickly create one for anything you’re teaching.
Hear from experts
Very smart people are writing things all over the place about how to lead with emotional intelligence and teach in a way that is powerful and effective. I've collected some that I've found particularly useful on my Pinterest page. (Yes, for real!)