If you are highly action-oriented, you’re the type of person who gets things done, whether on your own or through other people. You make good on your own commitments, and you make sure that other people do as well. Whatever you need to do for a project, you follow through on it. This class helps you to enhance that competency.
A poor administrator, characterized by inefficiency, poor time management, inability to delegate, and negative impact on teamwork, can significantly hamper career development. These characteristics may lead to decreased productivity, missed deadlines, burnout, team discord, and overlooked promotion opportunities. This class focuses on Improving these skills, since they are crucial for career advancement and organizational success.
When you rely excessively on a supporter, mentor, or advocate within an organization for your progress, success, or identity, you are too Advocate Dependent. While having a mentor is beneficial, over-reliance can hinder personal growth and carries the risk of being left without support if the advocate leaves the organization. Learn how to avoid it or bring it down.
Are you able to navigate and thrive in situations where the information, parameters, or goals are uncertain, unclear, or constantly changing? It is the capacity to handle and even embrace the unknown, complex, and unpredictable aspects of a situation. Learn how to enhance this competency.
Authenticity means you’re true to your own personality, values, and spirit, regardless of the pressure that you’re under to act otherwise. You’re honest with yourself and with others, and you take responsibility for your mistakes. Your values, ideals, and actions align. In this class you learn how to further develop your authenticity.
Being blocked as a learner in the workplace can hinder skill development, create resistance to change, prevent learning from mistakes, limit problem-solving abilities, and cultivate a negative reputation. These barriers can restrict career advancement and negatively affect work efficiency and collaboration. This is what you can do about it.