Join us from 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. every third Wednesday, January-November for a leadership equipping webinar series. These webinars are FREE and can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home or office. Click on the title to register for each webinar.
Jane Bishop is the founder and owner of Take the Next Step. She is a certified trainer for Basic Coaching Skills, Next Level Leadership and DISC trainer/assessor.
Mary Selzer is credentialed by the International Coach Federation as a Professional Certified Coach and has her own coaching business. She is also a certified coach trainer and an assessor for AG Coaching.
February 15 - "Where did it fall?" - Three things to do when you've lost your edge - Mary Selzer - Did you miss it? Click on the link to listen to the recording.
Sometimes life deals us an unexpected blow. If we respond incorrectly, we can lose our edge. God wants us to stay spiritually sharp by keeping our edge. Elisha's response to the lost ax head is a wonderful model for us to follow.
March 15 - "Mindset" - Jane Bishop
Do you know how often your mindset determines your response to life? Learn how to recognize and identify your mindset and three techniques to adjust it.
April 19 - "Do you see anything?" - Dealing with blind spots and biases - Mary Selzer
We all have blind spots. Ironically, we're blind to them. The Lord uses other people to reveal what we can't see on our own. The probing question is: If your friends asked the Lord to change something about you, what would He change?
May 17 - "Heads Up" - Jane Bishop
Are you going the motions with your life? How long has it been since you have given attention to who you are and what you have to offer? Learn three ways to practice “heads up” living and discover what you experience.
June 21 - "Change is Good. You Go First." - Jane Bishop
Change is a consistent part of life. We cannot always control change however we can choose how we respond. Learn 5 ways to manage change effectively so it will not manage you.
July 19 - "Salt is good, but if it loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again?" - Six ways to regain lost credibility - Mary Selzer
Have you ever had one of those days when you felt like you really blew it? Sometimes simply taking ownership for our mistakes can help us redeem ourselves. Jesus taught the disciples a powerful lesson on one of the worst days of their lives. Let's learn from their mistakes.
August 16 - "No is a Complete Sentence" - Jane Bishop
Saying "no" is often difficlut because we have allowed our personal boundaries to become blurred. Part One (Feb. 17, 2016), provided three basic tips for saying "no." In Part Two, we will consider how we can give ourselves permission to create boundaries for healthiy living by saying "no" and learn three exercised anyone can practice on their own.
September 20 - "Life by the Slice" - Jane Bishop
October 18 - "EQ" - Jane Bishop
November 15 - "Lean Forward" - Jane Bishop