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Skip Navigation Links.   On their own, Soaring Mountain workshops represent a powerhouse of information designed specifically for the high tech support organization:  information you can actually use in your day-to-day business and delivered in a way that you and your employees can understand and see the value right away.

Combined with follow-up coaching, you'll be assured of long-term gains, more effectively applying the ideas and strategies introduced during training.

Real Results

  • More effective leaders
  • More effective employees
  • More satisfied workforce

By special request...

Some of my clients have expressed an interest in having these workshops presented to private, non-corporate groups. I can think of no better way of taking responsibility for your own development than to make salon-style workshops available to you. So go ahead, decide on a group of friends, co-workers, peers from other organizations, or whatever other cohort that supports your needs. Contact me and together, we'll design a salon-style workshop around your interests and budget considerations.

Available Workshops

The list of available workshops is subject to change. Additional workshops can be created and various topics can be merged or adapted to meet specific business needs. If you don't see what you want listed here, please ask; I am always developing new material on behalf of my clients.

Managing Change

Goal Setting Using the GRIP Model

Managing Up

Active Listening Skills

Building Supportable Products

Creating a Shared Vision

Uncovering Your Passion

Aligning Work and Passion

Introduction to Coaching Concepts

Coaching Skills for Managers

Coaching Skills for Support Professionals

Creating Intentional Impact



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