"Learning is an experience. Everything else is just information."
~ Albert Einstein
NobleEdge workshops build personal leadership capacity through practical skills training, interactive team exercises and authentic dialogue. Our training is highly engaging and interactive with opportunities to practice new skills immediately.
There's No Right Way
To Do The Wrong Thing
In all ethical behavior, there is a deep, often hidden respect
for a set of universal principles by which we live with one another. Ethics allows us to examine and act on these
This workshop, based on best-selling book, "There's No Right Way To Do The Right Thing," by Dr. Christopher Gilbert, inspires participants to raise their awareness of their ethical actions individually and corporately. Participants examine frameworks that help to evaluate and understand decisions and their impact on others, and finally put these frameworks into perspective by examining our decision-making styles. This interactive workshop provides practical application of "stepping up the ethical ladder"for greater results and a better world.
Trust is not a destination...it's a way of life.
Creating an atmosphere of trust is the foundation for leaders who seek greater collaboration, more innovation, stronger relationships, greater productivity and empowered employees.
During this workshop, participants explore the value of trust,
the elements of trust, and what they can do to build trustworthiness in their leadership through words and actions.
"Bridging the Gap: Learning Styles"
Go beyond other personality tests. Participants gain greater insight into the strengths and expressions natural to their own style (Imaginative, Enthusiastic, Practical, Logical) and explore how to integrate that style with others' to enhance leadership and teamwork.
"Settler, Pioneer or Scout?"
Which of these statements do you relate to?
"I've got a good life here."
"Where should I stay in Paris?"
"It's never been done before...let's go!"
Discovering your core spirit is the key to a satisfying and enriching life. Participants will examine what traits and environment is best for them in order to thrive:
Settler (loyalty), Pioneer (guide), or Scout (explorer)