Saturday 5 November
What is the most meaningful behavioral change you or your coaching clients have achieved? Make no mistake–change is hard. And the starting point is the willingness to accept help, and the desire to change. Take your first step in that journey or help others do so with best selling author and one of the world’s foremost executive coaches, MARSHALL GOLDSMITH in TRIGGERS, an exclusive one day seminar in Geneva.
Running a marathon, quitting smoking–all are impressive personal feats, but meaningful behavioral changes are those that have a positive impact on other people’s lives. This type of change can be as simple as calling a parent more often or as complicated as shifting careers to benefit family. Most of us recognize the usefulness of behavioral change for those who work and live around us—perhaps we can even pinpoint what needs changing— but few of us have been able to effect that behavior. What stands in our way are the millions of observed and unconscious stimuli we encounter in our daily environments— it’s a problem of triggers.
Everyone has their own personal trigger—the smell of bacon in the morning triggering hunger or the truck cutting us off in traffic triggering anger—these stimuli divert us from being our best (skinny and calm) selves. Of course, triggers only matter insofar as how we react to them, but environmental triggers are usually more insidious than a careening truck at six in the morning. The most dangerous and damaging triggers occur in specific settings—at meetings, in competitive situations, or when paired with a person who rubs us the wrong way—circumstances in which negative behaviors occur spontaneously and have permanent consequences.
In this workshop, based on the New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling book Triggers, you will:
If you are:
Then please join us for this world-class event in Geneva.
Places are extremely limited and they will be filled very soon.
Marshall Goldsmith is a leading executive coach, and the author of two previous bestsellers What Got You Here Won’t Get You There (2007) and Mojo (2010). He received his Ph.D. from UCLA Anderson School of Management. His client list is a who’s who of American CEOs.
Fabiana is part of Marshall’s coaching organization. She has recently written an article with Marshall and his business partner, Will Linsen, on for women in leadership. She is the Chief Learning Officer of Lead in Life, an organization that equips people everywhere, to be their best and do their best work. Her clients are all over the world.
“I’m a raving fan of Marshall Goldsmith—and you will be, too, when you experience Triggers. Marshall promises that if he does his job as author and you do your job as reader/learner, you will move closer to becoming the person you want to be and also have fewer regrets. Not too bad! So go for it!”
Ken Blanchard, one of the bestselling non-fiction authors in history, co-author of The One Minute Manager and Refire! Don’t Retire
“Triggers is full of insightful, useful, and practical tips to ensure sustainable behavioral change. What a privilege to learn from the insights, savor the stories, and fully engage in positive personal change. Triggers is truly a gift to all of us who want to get better.”
David Ulrich – Professor, University of Michigan, bestselling author and world’s #1 thinker in human resources
“I have been working for more than 25 years for a pretigious international organization, and through all those years of work I have never been so fascinated by a training like the one Fabiana provided to us.”
Khaled Saad, Team leader, United Nations, Egypt
“Marshall Goldsmith is well known as one of the world’s top thinkers on leadership. Once you experience Triggers, you’ll realize that he is also one of the world’s top observers of smart, driven people and their many behavioral quirks. I promise you, you’ll recognize your own tics in many of Marshall’s telling anecdotes—I sure saw many of my own–and if you pay attention to what Marshall says, you’ll see what you need to do to change that behavior for the better.”
Eric Schurenberg – President and Editor-in-Chief, INC magazine