Seminar: Interviewing Tactics and Mitigating Bias
Friday, October 28, 2022 – 11 am to 12 pm (noon) CST
While we’ve always thought it, new research shows that team diversity across neural thought, background, and life experience is crucial to innovation and maintaining high-performance cultures. Typical processes for identifying and hiring talent are often wrought with bias. Mitigating this bias, especially as an interviewer, is vital to help select top candidates. We’ll examine the why and how of interviewing without bias.
Seminar: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Relationships
Friday, November 18, 2022 – 11 am to 12 pm (noon) CST
Healthy relationships not only lead to increased satisfaction in life; but are also proven to contribute to fewer physical and mental health problems. Building and sustaining relationships are at the heart of great families, teams, and even organizations. While individual relationships help the few, healthy team relationships lead to strong bonds, leading to healthier organizations. This seminar talks about taking time for relationships.
Seminar: Creating Effective Presentations
Friday, December 9, 2022 – 11 am to 12 pm (noon) CST
We all want to be heard and understood at work, and most of the time, we have something important to say. A presentation is a great way to get your point across, whether assigned or for communicating your thoughts. While there are well-known processes for organizing and presenting information, new tools and tactics continue to evolve. We’ll cover both the traditional and innovative ways to create a compelling presentation.
Seminar: High-Performance Goal Setting
Friday, January 13, 2023 – 11 am to 12 pm (noon) CST
In a high-performance culture, individuals work hard to meet goals, feel engaged and aligned with the company’s values, and teams trust each other to get the work done that they were hired to do. What is the best way to ensure work gets done? Goal setting. Individuals should set personal goals that resonate with the rest of the team and are relevant to the rest of the organization. But how? In this seminar, we’ll talk about setting some high-performance goals.
Meet the Instructor
Dr. Jeff Frey has assisted corporations and individuals for over 25 years with identifying ways to better themselves and others through technology, business, and emotional intelligence. The future of work is at the heart of his research and his leadership experience in the real world across nuclear and space science, oil and gas, higher education, and healthcare combine to create solutions for a happier, more engaged, and more productive workforce.
As VP of Innovation and Business Development at Abilene Christian University, Frey is responsible for corporate partnership initiatives and the theories that surround shaping universities for continued relevance in the future. Dr. Frey holds a master’s in computer science from Kent State, MBA from Rice, and Ph.D. in Emotional Intelligence from Case Western. He is a husband and father of two young boys, leads worship at his church, and runs marathons.