Sample Training

Training at PWC

Training is a tool for introducing concepts and ideas, for explaining policies and procedures, for preparing for change.  However training may require ongoing support to stick.  PWC provides training customized to client needs and conditions. And we prefer to provide the support required for sustained change. However, we can provide stand-alone programs, singly or in a series.  A few samples...

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Preventing Sexual Harassment at Work

In 1964 the US Supreme Court passed the first laws prohibiting sexual discrimination at work, and for over forty years since then, the courts have continued to refine the definition of behaviors that demonstrate sexual discrimination and harassment. So, here’s the question: even though the definition of Sexual Harassment is pretty clearly spelled out by now, why is Sexual still such a potent and...

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Innovative Leadership for Women

Innovative Leadership for Women Innovative Leadership for Women fuses experiential training, consultative coaching, and skill-based learning. Too often women have had a tough time standing up in the face of corporate structures originally designed as a man’s world. Yes, things are changing, but many women still feel they have to “do things twice as well as men in order to be considered half as...

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Building a Winning Healthcare Team

Build a Winning Healthcare Team The success of patient outcomes rests on a coordinated effort of best practices through a team of professionals, each contributing to a patient’s care from a specific discipline.  Working together as a successful team requires appropriately communicating information, making high level decisions, solving problems together and planning the most effective...

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The Joy of Meetings

THE JOY OF MEETINGS Have you ever sat in a meeting wishing you were somewhere else?  Anywhere else, even at the dentist?  Have you ever walked out after a meeting thinking…”what a waste of time?”  Does this sound familiar: You didn’t get to see the agenda until you arrived, it was overloaded, and some of the items on it were downright surprises.  Several people talked too much, others hardly at...

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Say What You Mean / Mean What You Say

Did you ever leave a conversation thinking that you missed the mark or didn’t say what you really wanted or needed to say? Don’t we all! After you’ve been in a critical or heated situation, how often do you think that you… “should have said”… but didn’t? When you face a tough challenge or crisis, can you effectively impact people’s actions to achieve your goals? These are times when you need to...

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