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  • Breakfast Brief: Mindful Pauses with Elizabeth Ross Holmstrom

    7:30 am-9:00 am
    01/09/2018

    Falmouth, ME

    Falmouth, ME

    Most of us are connected 24/7 and multi-tasking, trying to get more done. Yet this rarely results in our best work. The most sophisticated technology cannot help us escape the fact that we are human.

    Learn how to create mindful moments to reduce distractions, revitalize performance, and grow your business, in 10 minutes each day.

    Mounting scientific evidence proves that our minds solve the stickiest problems when we are unplugged – and it doesn’t take long.

    Elizabeth Ross Holmstrom founded BreakTogether to improve health and business outcomes in office and tech environments. With twenty years of health and wellness design experience, most recently as VP with a national bank and 26,000 employees, she’s witnessed the power of mindful practices to improve the way we work. Her previous roles include client relationship development, product design, sales management, and communications. individuals.

    Learn More & Register →

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  • Harassment Training in the Workplace

    9:00 am-10:30 am
    01/10/2018

    Falmouth, ME

    Falmouth, ME

    Harassment in the workplace, of any kind, is against the law. But beyond being illegal, harassing behaviors have the potential to be demeaning and destructive to victims and work cultures. This course is intended to help employers and employees prevent and stop the damaging effects of all types of harassing behaviors. Participants will learn about legal requirements and what to do when harassment occurs. Special training for supervisors is also provided.

    This program meets Maine compliance requirements for sexual harassment training.

     

     

    Learn More & Register

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  • Creating a Positive Work Culture (AM)

    9:30 am-11:30 am
    01/12/2018
    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    Culture is defined as a set of deeply embedded, self-reinforcing behaviors, beliefs, and mindsets that determine how things are done in a given environment. Essentially, culture reflects what is and is not tolerated. It is a living thing shaped by its people. Those within an organizational culture share a general common understanding of how things work.

    Because culture is the “social glue” that binds an organization together, having a positive work culture is paramount to achieving an organization’s goals and strategy.

    Learn More & Register →

  • Managing Conflict (PM)

    1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/12/2018
    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    We are naturally hardwired to defer to our flight-or-flight instincts when engaging in conflict.  However, in many instances conflict actually offers an opportunity to develop new skills.  Participants take the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument to build self-awareness.

    This program explores how the five different types of approaching conflict have their own best circumstances for practicing.  Managing Conflict also gives participants an opportunity to explore the CALM model, which allows us to do our very best thinking before engaging in conflict conversations.

    Learn More & Register →

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  • Breakfast Brief: Mindful Pauses with Elizabeth Ross Holmstrom

    7:30 am-9:00 am
    01/09/2018

    Falmouth, ME

    Falmouth, ME

    Most of us are connected 24/7 and multi-tasking, trying to get more done. Yet this rarely results in our best work. The most sophisticated technology cannot help us escape the fact that we are human.

    Learn how to create mindful moments to reduce distractions, revitalize performance, and grow your business, in 10 minutes each day.

    Mounting scientific evidence proves that our minds solve the stickiest problems when we are unplugged – and it doesn’t take long.

    Elizabeth Ross Holmstrom founded BreakTogether to improve health and business outcomes in office and tech environments. With twenty years of health and wellness design experience, most recently as VP with a national bank and 26,000 employees, she’s witnessed the power of mindful practices to improve the way we work. Her previous roles include client relationship development, product design, sales management, and communications. individuals.

    Learn More & Register →

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  • Harassment Training in the Workplace

    9:00 am-10:30 am
    01/10/2018

    Falmouth, ME

    Falmouth, ME

    Harassment in the workplace, of any kind, is against the law. But beyond being illegal, harassing behaviors have the potential to be demeaning and destructive to victims and work cultures. This course is intended to help employers and employees prevent and stop the damaging effects of all types of harassing behaviors. Participants will learn about legal requirements and what to do when harassment occurs. Special training for supervisors is also provided.

    This program meets Maine compliance requirements for sexual harassment training.

     

     

    Learn More & Register

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  • Creating a Positive Work Culture (AM)

    9:30 am-11:30 am
    01/12/2018
    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    Culture is defined as a set of deeply embedded, self-reinforcing behaviors, beliefs, and mindsets that determine how things are done in a given environment. Essentially, culture reflects what is and is not tolerated. It is a living thing shaped by its people. Those within an organizational culture share a general common understanding of how things work.

    Because culture is the “social glue” that binds an organization together, having a positive work culture is paramount to achieving an organization’s goals and strategy.

    Learn More & Register →

  • Managing Conflict (PM)

    1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/12/2018
    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    KMA Conference Room, 251 US-1, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA

    We are naturally hardwired to defer to our flight-or-flight instincts when engaging in conflict.  However, in many instances conflict actually offers an opportunity to develop new skills.  Participants take the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument to build self-awareness.

    This program explores how the five different types of approaching conflict have their own best circumstances for practicing.  Managing Conflict also gives participants an opportunity to explore the CALM model, which allows us to do our very best thinking before engaging in conflict conversations.

    Learn More & Register →

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