Speaker: Gregg Ward
Very often coaching clients use our sessions to vent their frustrations with their colleagues, bosses, friends and loved ones. Unfortunately, what we commonly hear from them are expressions of disrespect. So, it’s vital for coaches to understand how respect and disrespect play significant – yet unconscious – roles in relationships. This highly interactive and informative program, led by acclaimed speaker, consultant and executive coach Gregg Ward, who is also the author of the brand new book The Respectful Leader (Wiley – July 2016), will uncover the hidden world of respect and disrespect and demonstrate how they powerfully influence our clients’ behaviors at work and in their personal lives.Key Programming Learnings:
– The Brain Science Behind Respect & Disrespect
– The Impact of “Cognitive Dissonance” and “Confirmation Bias” on Relationships
– The 3 Primary Things that People Respect/Disrespect in Others –
– How to “Coach for Respect” with Upset and Reluctant ClientsAbout Gregg Ward is a speaker, consultant and executive coach with over 25 years of experience who focuses on leadership, emotional intelligence and executive presence. He is the CEO of the Gregg Ward Group, and a Board Certified Coach, an Adjunct Executive Coach with the Center for Creative Leadership and is certified in the Leadership 360, FIRO-B, Workplace Big5, and DiSC assessment instruments. In addition to his many private coaching clients, he has served numerous organizations such as ADP, Booz Allen Hamilton, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Kaiser Permanente, QUALCOMM, The University of California, Warner Bros. Studios and city, state and federal agencies. Ward is also the author of the new book The Respectful Leader: seven ways to influence without intimidation. A Business Fable (Wiley, July 2016) and Bad Behavior, People Problems, & Sticky Situations: a toolbook for managers and team leaders (re-released by Indie Books International, 2015). He is based in San Diego where he plays tennis as much as humanly possible and volunteers as a Little League Umpire.For more information, go to http://www.greggwardgroup.