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Do you identify with purpose-driven leadership, but you’re not sure how to implement it in your business? These workshops and roundtables teach the nitty-gritty practices that make enduring, purpose-driven companies.
Join the Small Giants Community in our virtual events where you will hear from experts on the subject at hand for a discussion-based hour of insights, stories, and the chance for you to engage and ask your own questions.
These events are free and a great way for you to see if you align with Small Giants philosophies and would like to engage further in the community.
Even though it’s virtual, we like to include the human element and make the discussion feel as real as possible, so we encourage all participants to keep their cameras on.
Don’t forget to check out our video library of past virtual events to explore topics that we’ve recently covered.
As a Small Giants company, your strong sense of purpose and culture set you apart from the competition in attractive ways. But are you communicating that to your clients, prospective employees, and other stakeholders?
Mark O’Brien, CEO of Newfangled, will provide strategy and tools for marketing your expertise effectively through digital media. By leveraging tactics that involve social media, email, and online marketing, Mark will explain how to maximize your marketing efforts to gain a wider audience and greater name recognition.
– The importance of saying no to prospective clients that don’t serve you
– The power of ubiquity and presenting an expert, empathetic, educational perspective
– Newfangled’s 5 Pillars of Marketing
– How to position yourself and your unique expertise
– The best approach to email marketing
Creating a positive culture at work is important – vibrant workspaces, recognition and reward programs, and bonding activities all help teams thrive. And, how your teams take action when someone is in need of attention and care can reveal true company culture. While compassion is something that most of us probably strive for, there are many reasons people hold back.
Despite our best-laid plans, life has a way of throwing things off kilter. A willingness to cultivate compassion at work can increase engagement, improve collaboration, and create a sense of belonging for your team.
Katie Huey, Client Success Coordinator at Trebuchet Group, is here to help us unpack what gets in the way for leaders and employees. Together, we’ll explore how to infuse more compassion into our leadership styles and company cultures.
– The distinct difference between empathy and compassion
– Five reasons to regard compassion as a strategic concern for organization
– Clarity on the cost and consequences when compassion is missing in the workplace
– A personal plan identifying where you’re doing great and what could be improved to bring more compassion to your teams
As Small Giants leaders, you probably are part of an organization with a strong and prominent purpose. One that is communicated and celebrated among your teams. And while you surely have an outstanding roster of employees to support that purpose, are they in tune with their own personal purpose? And can they identify how it relates to the organization? Many employees will not connect the dots on their own; leaders need to take strategic action to support that connection.
In this 75-minute interactive workshop, Corey Blake, CEO & Founder of Round Table Companies (RTC) will guide participants through the process his organization uses to deeply and authentically connect employee purpose to company purpose.
Corey will then demonstrate how RTC uses the ingredients of the purpose process with leaders and their teams to effectively and efficiently:
– Discover your personal Rosetta stone to see yourself, your life, and your work from a powerful new perspective
– Identify the one unique superpower that will most improve your performance at work
– Reveal your personal kryptonite to lessen the likelihood of undermining your company goals