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    Disarming Drop-Ins: Reclaim Your Time While Driving Performance Higher

    Date: March 29, 2019, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Alaska SHRM State Council
    Compliments of your Alaska SHRM State Council
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    Disarming Drop-Ins: Reclaim Your Time While Driving Performance Higher 

    Do you have employees and peers who struggle to figure out what they really want from their work relationships?  Do you have “frequent flyers” who visit your office and absorb valuable time which you need to truly excel at your job?  Discover how you can get to root of the matter faster and with greater efficacy while ensuring that the person you’re communicating with walks away feeling heard and clear in their next steps.  Certified Professional Coach and leadership renovator Jonathan King will walk you through 3 great questions to which you can use in any employee situation and 3 questions to turbo-charge interactions with those drop-in visitors.  Make your life easier and train your managers and leaders cut-to-chase while creating a win-win for both parties.

    Jonathan King, M.S., CPC, Consulting Economist & Certified Professional Coach

    Jonathan King combines his passion for leadership renovation and rejuvenation with his training as a certified coach and 20 years of consulting experience and team leadership to empower his clients to surpass their goals. He strives to create those “aha moments” of clarity which crystalize decision making opportunities at both the individual and organizational level. Over the past 17 years, his clients have ranged from microenterprises to multinational corporations across both the public and private sectors in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.  Jonathan’s work is data and values driven; he strives each day to live to his personal values of candor, integrity, personal growth, accountability, and humor. He is a certified coach through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching and a member of the International Coach Federation.  He holds a M.S. in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics from the University of Rhode Island and a certificate in Change Leadership from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations.