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Turn Problems into Opportunities

By Miller Consultants on December 8th, 2015

It’s All in How You Frame It! Half-day workshop for all employees  So often we look at the matters that we face in the workplace as dilemmas or predicaments rather than as chances to better achieve our goals. Yet through some simple techniques, we can learn to reframe the problems into opportunities that are motivating and engaging. Objectives The […]

 


Passion and Performance During Change

By Kathy Miller on December 8th, 2015

Create the Conditions for Engagement  Half-day Classroom Learning for Managers and Team Leaders This  course teaches participants how to create a team culture that supports engagement and innovation even in the midst of change. Participants are given a set of tools that will help them create an engaged workforce.   Objectives  The purpose of this […]

 


Creating Team Commitment and Accountability

By Miller Consultants on December 8th, 2015

How to Manage Tasks and Inspire People  Half Day Classroom Learning for Managers and Team Leaders Creating accountability depends on how you set the team up for success.  The more motivated your team members, the clearer the goals, and more camaraderie among the members, the more likely that they will feel personal accountability. Objectives The […]

 


35th Anniversary Giveaway!

By Miller Consultants on September 1st, 2015

  Our anniversary is over!  Visit us again next September for more free tools and materials.      

 


Tools for Developing a Communications Plan for an Organizational Initiative

By Kathy Miller on September 1st, 2014

This is the first of our “free tools” that we will offer during the month of September in honor of our 34th anniversary in business!  The tools that can be downloaded here are part of a series of toolkits available on Amazon.com. Please download and use this free set today.  We value all of our clients […]

 


Leaders Can Establish a Trusting Culture

By Kathy Miller on April 23rd, 2014

Why is it so difficult for leaders to admit that they made a mistake?  Do they think that they are infallible or do they view any admission of missteps as a sign of weakness? Recently we were called into a client organization to assess whether their organizational culture was aligned with their business strategies. (See Culture and the Bottom Line […]

 


Inspiring Extraordinary Performance

By Kathy Miller on April 23rd, 2014

  Wouldn’t it be fabulous if we were all employed by organizations where extraordinary performance was the norm? Wouldn’t it be fantastic if all of us worked in environments that inspired all to do their very best work? For three decades, we have been assisting organizations and the individuals within to create the cultures, systems […]

 


Ingram Lead Development

By Kathy Miller on February 3rd, 2014

January 2013 marks the final graduation of Operations Leads from the year-long innovative Ingram Frontline Leadership Program called LEAD (Leading, Engaging, Achieving, and Developing). This program focused on enhancing the skills of over 90 first level leaders in the distribution centers and manufacturing facilities across the United States as well as the skills of their […]

 


Developing Leadership Teams

By Kathy Miller on February 3rd, 2014

Executive and senior leadership teams set the tone for your organization’s culture.  Their performance is critical to your company’s success.  Outstanding leadership teams have a clear mission and an understanding of the importance of personal strengths as well as collective capabilities.  We help leadership teams create and inspire organizations that flourish.

 


Developing Leadership Skills

By Kathy Miller on February 3rd, 2014

We recognize that leadership skills are needed at all levels within the organization.  Leaders are not always in formal management roles.  Therefore we deliver our services to those who are in formal positions of leadership as well as those who are not.  We adapt our approach to each audience whether composed of managers or informal […]