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Break Behavior Boundaries that Waste Time and Energy

Posted: April 30, 2016 at 1:58 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Dr. Sylvia Lafair

Dr. Sylvia Lafair, President of Creative Energy Options (CEOinc), a business consulting company joins Enterprise Radio to how career coaching can help change outdated behavior patterns and move to optimum results.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Sylvia Lafair discuss the following:

  • How did you begin to research the importance of looking at behavior patterns at work?
  • Lots of companies offer leadership and coaching programs, what sets your organization apart?
  • What kind of reception did you get when you first started to coach business folks around breaking old behavior patterns and is there any data to back up why this is so important?
  • What are the specific behavior patterns that show up at work and how universal are they?
  • How does knowing about your habits and patterns make the workplace psychologically safe and why does this really matter anyway? Are employees being coddled with all this emotional stuff and shouldn’t we just get our work done and go home?

Like you, author and leadership expert, Dr. Sylvia Lafair wants to take your work life, your team or your company to the next level or – better yet – the level beyond that.

“Sylvia Lafair is an amazingly acute analyzer of human behavior.  She has pinpointed the behavior patterns that can make you sink, muddle through or soar through your career.  The payoff is the elusive breakthrough you’ve sought for years.” – Tyler Mathisen, Managing Director CNBC and host, High Net Worth

With over three decades of real- life, in-the-trenches business experience, she is a pioneer in the world of leadership development and executive coaching.  Her workshops and consultations help individuals and teams heighten productivity and cooperation.  Sylvia’s SANKOFA Mapping™ technique is so radically different from any you may have experienced, helping you discover the behavioral patterns that will enhance your success as a leader.  Her Total Leadership Connections™ program is in the top ten best in the country, winning awards for six years in a row from HR.com/Leadership Excellence.

Sylvia engages audiences with her natural storytelling and conversational abilities. She weaves her knowledge about personal relationships and business culture then fuses them into easily understood messages, using both humor and suspense that leave audiences with information to take back to the office and immediately put into practice.

Google, Lockheed Martin, FDA-Health & Human Services, Merck, Avon Legal, McGraw-Hill S&P, Spex Certiprep, Microsoft, Novartis, and Aveda have all partnered with Dr. Lafair when wanting conflict resolution, higher productivity, and better communication for leaders and their teams.

Before embarking on a journey into leadership development, Sylvia established a highly respected personal growth center in Philadelphia where she taught powerful relationship skills to thousands. One day a light bulb went on when working with a corporate leadership team, and it became clear that the behavior learned in our original organization, the family is what we bring to our present organization at work: bosses can be like parents, co-workers like siblings, salaries like allowances, and even time outs like performance improvement plans. And when stress hits the hot button at work, it activates ingrained, outdated behaviors from childhood creating workplace drama that undermines productivity.

Dr. Sylvia Lafair’s pioneering work is now international and helps individuals and teams create and collaborate faster and smarter.

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Website: www.ceoptions.com

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ceoptions
Twitter: @sylvialafair
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylvialafair

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