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Harnessing the Power of Listening for a Harmonious Holiday Season – Holiday Survival 101 Guide

As the clock ticks down to a brand-new year, it’s that perfect time when we sit down and pen our resolutions for the approaching year. As Listens alumni, you’re already familiar with the four key commitments that empower us to truly listen to others. It’s our sincere hope that ‘listening’ features prominently in your 2024 resolutions or at least serves as a valuable tool to help you achieve your goals. Rest assured, we’re right there beside you on this journey. This blog post is dedicated to THEM – The Four Commitments, offering a chance to revisit, reengage, and reaffirm these essential interpersonal skills. 

095 – Game-Changer in Blue: Insight on the Power of Listening Skills in Policing

While officers undergo de-escalation and risk mitigation training, learning the Listens skills has led many to say they wish they had this communication training at the start of their careers.

That includes our guest, Sergeant Brian Brown of the University of Colorado Police Department. Tune in as he explains why and how it’s making a difference in the Centennial State.

094 – Big Aspirations w/Erin Wojkiewicz

A credit union in Green Bay, WI, hopes to bring its community closer than ever through the power of listening!

Our guest is alumni Erin from Green Bay, WI. Erin is the Assistant Vice President of Learning and Development at Capital Credit Union.

The Power of Organizational Culture

When you think about a successful business, what comes to mind? A solid business model, innovative products, or perhaps a robust marketing strategy? While all these elements are critical, there’s another often-overlooked factor that plays a pivotal role in driving business success – organizational culture.

Organizational culture is like the DNA of a company. It’s an invisible yet powerful force that shapes behaviors, guides decision-making, and influences how we communicate. It’s the set of unwritten rules that everyone follows, not because they are enforced but because they are the norm.

Organizational Update with CFCC CEO, Misty Janks

In an effort to build leaders that transform their families, workplaces, and communities, we have developed a method for creating Caring Workplaces and Caring Communities that includes two new courses, Serves and Transforms.