February 06, 2020
Success doesn’t happen by accident. It’s a result of champions working fearlessly and tirelessly to make things happen.
Champions show up, get up and mark up, and that’s what we’re doing with our 3rd Annual Vision Board Party - Thursday, Feb. 6 at 1881 Event Hall.
Join Elizabeth Jende and the EJC Move team and be the champion you need to create the future you want.
Who should be part of the Vision Board Party? This event is designed for women who want to set real goals and see real success. In addition to enjoying the event yourself, we also encourage you to bring your mom, your sister, your coworker, your daughter - any woman in your life who wants to thoughtfully position herself for success and fulfillment.
Special rates are available if you're interested in sharing the gift of vision and motivation with a middle school or high school student in your life.
Register and save your seat today. We can’t wait to dream, then achieve, with you.
February 18, 2020
Personal excellence and emotional intelligence are the foundational skills that you’ll need to continue developing your leadership potential.
In this leadership development workshop, we will conduct an emotional intelligence assessment to determine your EQ score. We’ll also guide you through strategies for increasing your EQ, so you can become more effective at managing yourself and your relationships.
We will also explore neuroscience and the connections between thoughts and behavior, so you can set yourself on a clearer path to finding and getting what you want. Using these skills in tandem will allow you to create and strengthen your reputation as a people-focused and strategy-driven leader, one that people love to follow and support.
The Personal Development and Emotional Intelligence course is conducted in a group format, so you can engage with and learn from other leaders committed to developing their potential.
February 19, 2020
Whether someone reports to you or is a part of a project or a cross-functional team, you can’t always make them do what you want by just pushing your own agenda through. Instead of asserting authority, you need to create influence.
With the skill set you’ll gain from the “Influence Without Authority” training, you’ll learn how to influence your boss, colleagues, employees and senior leaders.
You’ll learn strategic approaches to influencing others and building strong relationships in your workplace. And, you’ll learn the foundations of creating a network for support and influence, both of which will help you as you seek to advance your career and leadership aspirations.
The Influence Without Authority course is conducted in a group format, so you can engage with and learn from other leaders committed to developing their potential.
March 17, 2020
Do you find it is easy to communicate with some people and challenging to connect with others? Are you looking for ways to increase the impact and connection you can make through your communication with team members, colleagues and senior leaders?
DISC is one of the most widely known and used personality assessments, and one that’s designed to help you recognize and use your innate strengths when communicating with others.
In this leadership development course, you’ll complete the DISC assessment, then learn how to use your natural behavioral and communication preferences as you build influence and authority in your home, workplace and community.
By understanding your own communication style, you’ll be able to more effectively lead and influence others. During this course, you’ll also learn how to learn to appreciate individual differences and strengths, learning to more effectively interact with others to gain credibility and support.
The Effective Communication Using DISC course is conducted in a group format, so you can engage with and learn from other leaders committed to developing their potential.
March 18, 2020
Conflict is necessary. And, while it’s not always comfortable, depending on your approach, conflict can often be very beneficial.
Effective conflict is a mutually respectful open dialogue of opposing views. Ineffective conflict occurs when we fail to operate from that respectful platform and become stuck.
To succeed in a team or organization, you must learn how to manage conflict effectively - to communicate your perspective; to empathize with the viewpoints of others; and to come together to achieve equitable, positive resolutions.
In this workshop, we will walk through the process necessary for effectively managing conflict with a win/win approach. We will explore the fundamentals of conflict, the different styles of conflict and how to best navigate through them to build a stronger, more collaborative organization.
The Grace Under Fire: Conflict Management course is conducted in a group format, so you can engage with and learn from other leaders committed to developing their potential.
March 24, 2020
Moving into a new role can be overwhelming, as you learn to navigate new teams, colleagues and responsibilities. With our “First Time Leader” training, you can successfully transition to leadership, and can meet the changing expectations of your boss, peers and direct reports with confidence.
Incorporating leadership development training during your first days as a leader is a crucial differentiator; many leaders waste years in their roles before training themselves to be as effective and influential as possible in their roles.
You need a road map to guide you, and we’ll help you create one as you plan and set goals for the first 100 days in your new position. You will also learn the key leadership behaviors and skills required to navigate your new role – how to take charge and build influence, grow your team, gain endorsement and forge the necessary relationships to support your continued development.
By participating in this 2-day course, you can move into your new role as a with confidence and support. The First Time Leader course is conducted in a group format, so you can engage with and learn from other leaders committed to developing their potential.
April 21, 2020
When you can clearly identify your leadership style, you will have greater confidence and clarity about how you lead. And, when you know yourself, you can set expectations so your team members and colleagues will feel confident supporting and following you.
In “Genuine Leadership,” we will cover the basics of leadership effectiveness; identify different leadership styles; and discuss how to use them at work to increase your influence and effectiveness. We will also deep dive into trust – how to build it, keep it and repair it – and why it is the most critical foundation for all leadership and influence.
Everyone’s personality is unique, and each person’s leadership style includes have differences and nuances as well. Genuine Leadership focuses on using your emotional intelligence to better understand yourself and your personal leadership style, so you can build influence accordingly.
The Genuine Leadership course is conducted in a group format, so you can engage with and learn from other leaders committed to developing their potential.