Leadership Seminar

Organizational Team Fitness
Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Getting a team fit is a process which leads to a final step:  Achieving Results. This course unfolds the steps of that process to reach this ultimate goal. We will diagnose where we are now and how to turn dysfunctions into fully functioning skills. These skills include establishing 360- degree accountability, creating active commitment by each player, a no fear policy when approaching conflict, and Trust building by finding out what is breaking it and eliminating team and individual destructive, negative behaviors.
  • Know the 5 Team Dysfunctions
  • Formula for effective listening
  • The PERFORM model
  • Four Phases of Team Development
  • Balancing Advocacy and Inquiry

Change Management: Becoming A Quick - Change Artist
Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Research shows that approximately 20% of the population are change friendly. About 50% are on the fence and not really desiring to embrace change and 30% are authentic change resisters. Job one at the workshop is to facilitate an understanding of Change as one of evolution and growth and not something that should be avoided. Once Change is something an individual can Anticipate not react to, engage not defend against it, embrace it not resist it and if appropriate, Initiate change instead of enduring it. Addressing leading organizational change is then viable second step. Completing the program is the review of the Harvard research based, eight-stage program to guide change in an organization.
  • Is there a specific biology of change
  • Three core competencies we need to develop
  • What is the most important 1/10th of a second

Registration

Early Bird Special rate:  July 5 - August 31, 2017
Continental breakfast and lunch included.

Nov 7 only:   $205 Early Bird ($235 full price)

Nov 8 only:   $205 Early Bird ($235 full price)

Both Days:    $364 Early Bird ($394 full price)

For Group Registration please use 3rd Party Registration Form

Who should attend:

Managers and employees in private business, government and nonprofit organization directors, first line supervisors and leaders, professionals and paraprofessionals, business owners/entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants to improve their leadership skills.

Why attend:

Whether we lead a small team or an entire organization, we are the first beneficiaries of everything we think, do, and say. It’s not what happens to us; it’s what happens in us. Every choice, every thought, words and action has consequences–physiologically either health creating or “dis-ease” producing. Learn to use the Mind-Body-Connection to access the power within.

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Jim Bagnola

Jim Bagnola’s goal is to build professional human beings. For over 25 years, Jim has been speaking and educating in the field of leadership and body-mind management, focusing on the influence of thinking patterns on health, happiness, success, and the capacity to lead.

His bestseller nonfiction book titled “Becoming a Professional Human Being: How to Enjoy Stress-Free Work and Personal Happiness Using the Mind/Body/Work Connection” was published in the U.S. and Romania in 2012, and in Japan in 2014.

Jim is an executive coach to Fortune 500 company leaders and a Global Mentor for the World Bank, coaching entrepreneurs worldwide. He has a MA in Human Development, Maharishi University of Management, a MA in Applied Psychology, University of Santa Monica, and an honorary doctorate in Management. Jim was awarded the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) from the Global Speakers Federation and National Speakers Association (only 600 worldwide). He has offices in Austin, Texas, Bucharest, Romania and Tokyo, Japan.

Bagnola is the President of The Leadership Group International. He is Chairman of the Board of Leaders Romania and is a frequent lecturer for AIESEC, an international student organization based in the Netherlands. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Olive Branch Foundation in Ohio.  Jim is adjunct professor at the University of Bucharest (Romania), Maharishi University of Management, Pontificia Universidad Javierana (Colombia), Kent State University.

Selected Clients: Shell Oil Company, U.S. Secret Service, Marriott Hotels, Siemens, Motorola, Scotiabank, Hella (Romania), Ecolab, Continental Hilton Hotels, Hawaii Leadership Academy and Pacific Leadership Academy, Young Brothers Hawaii and Hawaii Association of Broadcasters.
Jim Bagnola in a gray suit.
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WCC Leadership Seminar 2016: "Becoming A Professional Human Being" with Jim Bagnola

November 7, 2016

Jim Bagnola never failed to entertain while he inspired attendees to become "Professional Human Beings." Everyone learned practical ways to enjoy stress-free work and how to gain personal happiness using Jim's mind/body/work connection techniques.
"I attended your session at Windward Community College last fall and your message has stuck with me. I appreciate your holistic approach to people and the conditioned concept of themselves. The practical solutions offered and more rational thought processes can help anyone who is interested in listening."
- C.K., State of Hawaii Agency
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Jim Bagnola. Jim Bagnola performs a test on Ian Masterson.

Jim Bagnola Leadership Seminar “Inspires” at WCC

UH News, October 30, 2015
KANE‘OHE, HI – One hundred eleven state government and local business leaders attended and participated in “Leading is Everybody’s Business,” led by executive coach and International speaker Jim Bagnola on Tuesday, October 20 at Windward Community College.Bagnola’s dynamic presentation focused on the relationship of leadership...  read more
“Giving up the time for this class at a critical phase of my work seemed a sacrifice at the start but the time there was quickly repaid. I applied the valuable techniques taught to help my team...obtain management approval for recommendations that should increase Continental Division’s operating cash income by over $50,000,000 per year.”

    -  Robert E. Sheffield, Shell Oil Company