Date(s) - 15/09/2021
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The platinum rule is treating others how they want to be treated. This takes competency and effort because naturally people use themselves as the template for how they see the world. We will create a new model to lead and develop others in the work-place through an integrated process.
- Understanding the four key areas of human behavior to improve communication, goal setting and leadership skills.
- Solving the natural tension between productivity and morale in any organization.
- Using your organizational values to increase collaboration and revenue.
*PLEASE NOTE: All individuals who attend this In-Person Workshop must wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FACILITATOR: MichaelSgro.com
Michael D. Sgro is a business owner, a certified professional coach, an advocate, a performance expert and empathic leader. He coaches professionals to improve their overall effectiveness, leadership skills, career readiness, digital savvy and so much more. Michael’s vision for himself is to help people achieve their human potential through relationship building, developing emotional intelligence and community building.
Sgro, a Syracuse native, ascended the ranks in higher education at several institutions in New York state, earning a stellar reputation for his work with constituent engagement, program management, professional networking and digital marketing. He spent 20- years on college campuses in New York City and the Central New York area before coming home to Syracuse to start his own coaching practice.
Michael has earned several honors through the years, including the NYU Advocate for Change Award, the SUNYCUAD award for best alumni program, the Downtown Syracuse Committee Perfect Partner award and the prestigious Le Moyne College Ignatian Award for Service.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Le Moyne College, a certificate in business coaching from the Professional Business Coaches Alliance of North America, a certificate in project management from the American Management Association, is a certified facilitator of Extended DISC and an ordained minister in the Universal Life Church.
Michael lives, works and participates actively in the historic downtown Syracuse community with his maltipoo, Jonah. He also serves as a member of the board at the United Way Central New York and Campus Pride.