"It was through Christine's effective facilitation skills and creative thinking that we were able to construct a logical road map that will guide us through the next three years."

Vicki Briggs
Beacon of Hope Community Services

 

"As a result of her diligent work, she crafted a comprehensive plan to connect with our community that enabled us to launch & complete a successful capital campaign."

Michael Andrade, President & CEO
The Arc of Bristol County

 

"The entire staff left feeling valued, heard and ready to tackle the next mountain on behalf of the individuals that we serve."

Leandrea Brantle, COO
Victory Human Services

 

"Christine was inclusive in her thinking, passionate in her facilitation, knowledgeable about all aspects of the important work we do and very approachable"

Mary Valachovic, Executive Director
The Arc of Greater Plymouth

 

"Christine does an outstanding job in designing trainings that get all participants to be actively involved in the sessions and to engage with others. We have had over 80 staff participate in her training and have found the return on investment to be tremendous."

Daniel Burke
President & CEO
Lifeworks Inc. & The Arc of South Norfolk

 

"She is very engaging in her presentation and was wonderful at soliciting input from all participants."

Amy Gleason, BS
Director, Life Enrichment
Riverside Industries, Inc.

 

Christine Singer, recently tailored a series of supervisory workshops for our program management team. The workshops have been an on-going success due to her approach to training. She has an excellent understanding of the material presented, is a dynamic and personable presenter who identifies with her audience and infuses humor and real life applications into her trainings."

Stephanie Brown
Vice President of Operations
Guidewire, Inc.

 

"Christine Singer is one of the most engaging and dynamic facilitators with whom I have had the privilege of working... if you are looking to provide world-class professional development training for your team, I would highly recommend her."

Tony Hyte
President
FrontLine Service Solutions, Inc.

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Workshops

Starting at $1,500, plus expenses

LET'S TAKE TIME TO CELEBRATE OUR SUCCESSES!

In the midst of very hectic work schedules and activities, some wonderful things happen to us and to those we support. In this session, participants will take time to process their successes and the many positive personal qualities that lead to valued outcomes. Let's celebrate!

BUILDING EFFECTIVE TEAMS

Learn how to build a high performing team that shares a common goal. Find out what you can do to stimulate positive and effective communication with others toward your team goals. Learn effective ways of managing conflict, dealing with a variety of personality types and staying true to the mission of your organization. Determine how to evaluate your team's progress and maintain good morale.

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT &
DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE

We have all encountered challenging relationships with co-workers, business associates and different parties with whom we need to work. Gain a better understanding of emotional, physical, and mental forces at work. Learn how to develop an ongoing plan that minimizes stress and promotes viable solutions.

MANAGING UP

Participants explore the concept of “Managing Up”, having a healthy, positive relationship with your supervisor. We assess the needs of your supervisor against your needs as an employee. We will review current research as well as hear from our peers on ways to strengthen this important relationship to insure the best possible outcomes.

BOARD DEVELOPMENT/RECRUITMENT

Recruiting and engaging non-profit Board Members is one of the significant keys to successful operation of a non-profit organization. Matching potential skill sets to the organization's current strategic plan goals sets the foundation for cultivating "the right" board volunteers. We will focus on the entire recruitment process from identification, training/orientation to maximizing a Board members’ support and influence.

FACILITATING OUTSTANDING MEETINGS

Facilitating meetings is an important skill. Positive outcomes include delegating important tasks to others, setting clear and specific priorities and timelines, communicating new goals and objectives, reviewing and reinforcing policies, reviewing milestones and praising positive efforts. Through this workshop, participants will review the importance of making meetings meaningful, targeted and outcome-based while empowering all members.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

Effective communication involves insuring an environment where being focused and "in the moment" sets the tone for actually listening to what people say to you. Speaking your truth in a clear, concise and understandable manner and active listening are the key components to this success. This course goes into depth about the communication process as well as how to insure healthy workplace boundaries and relationships.

KEY NOTE PRESENTATIONS

Keynote presentations serve to inspire and challenge audience members. From 30 minutes to two hours, presentations include such topics as, "Let's Take Time to Celebrate!", "Building Effective Teams", Let's Have Fun While Getting Work Done!", "The Top Tens of Teamwork", and "Ten Strategies for Successful Supervisors".

HIRING & FIRING

Discover how to collect enough information on an applicant to make an informed hiring decision. When a problem arises in the workplace, learn how to effectively assess the need for disciplinary action, implement an appropriate plan, and deal with the emotional, programmatic and/or organizational impact of a disciplinary situation or termination.

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Assess your work style and learn how to establish healthy boundaries with other staff, manage healthy and unhealthy stress, and promote a healthy work environment.

TIME MANAGEMENT

Learn how to recognize time wasters, deal with interruptions, set priorities, and balance the demands of paperwork and deadlines with the need for personal contacts with customers and employees. Assess how electronic communication can be used effectively to support, not prohibit, good time management.