Total Workshop Time: 1.5 Hours

Pre-requisites: None


How much time do you spend “putting out fires?” Taking care of these little problems (or big!) can be a huge drain on your energy and time. By identifying ways to solve problems before they occur, you can address the systems that create these problems and put that extra time and energy into creating innovative solutions that galvanize your team.

In this workshop, you will become familiar with the importance of thinking proactively, rather than reactively, as it relates to leadership in the workforce through recognition of early warning signs of problems. Learn how to categorize and acknowledge success in your environment as an individual and within a team.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize possible barriers in problem-solving tactics
  • Identify strategies to recognize the early warnings of a problem
  • Identify what constitutes success in the given situation
  • Develop an action plan that best resolves the given problem

Type of Information: Receiving data and practice
Level of Interaction: Pair and table sharing
Extent of Practice: Scenarios and activities

Facilitated by: Professional Development Specialsit, Talent Development

Upcoming Classes

Workshop Classifications

Level: Fundamental

Type: Single Session

Competency: Leadership

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