Re-learn how to be a leader by having Ray for a Day
Besides our powerful keynote sessions, JLC offers intensive, two-day sessions designed to provide powerful learning and interaction for teams and leaders that need to improve their communications skills and leadership.
“Having Ray for a Day” means you get the benefits of Ray Jorgensen’s 30+ years of experience as a leader, critical thinker, and researcher who helps organizations help themselves learn communications skills in ways they never have before.
This is a longer-term involvement with JLC in which teams learn how to transform their workplace. Although the need for open, powerful communications has always existed, now more than ever it is critical due to the pressures of producing in an incredibly competitive economy. There are layers of complexity in organizations not seen before, and companies need to generate and build understanding among people. Leadership is started by allowing “safely dangerous space” to be present within an organization.
Compared with JLC’s Leadership Keynotes, these two-day sessions allow for a deeper examination of JLC’s communication skills concepts. These sessions are also much more personal, allowing time for each participant to bring forth actual experiences and examine these in a hands-on manner. The session further emphasizes discovery of how each participant is learning and how they will implement changes today. This is not an “event” where at the end, a binder gets shelved on a desk and the lessons fade from memory.
JLC’s sessions are about learning, implementing that learning within the context of real-world situations, and fundamentally changing participants’ communication skills and leadership going forward.
JLC Session Descriptions
JLC offers a powerful range of these two-day, 6-hour sessions for all organizations including:
- Design & Hold Conversations that Matter: Building Trust in a Culture of Learning & Change
- Leading from Strength: Refine Your Leadership Presence While Producing Change Within Yourself and Others
- Getting Results in a Highly Interdependent World: Leveraging Relationships, Effective Communicate and Self-Reference for Maximum Results
- Seeing All Sides of a Decision: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
- Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing: Designing and Facilitating Meetings that Enable Sustainable Success
- Telling Stories: Using Stories to Lead with Vision