For this week's conversation we are re-launching our first episode together. Stay tuned for new episodes beginning November 18th!
For this week's conversation I am joined again by Latasha Strachan. Latasha's essence revolves around being a student, a teacher and a coach. She is driven by authenticity and her passion is in spiritual and emotional wholeness in women seeking empowerment. On this episode Latasha joins me on the Shifting Perspective platform to discuss two very special words: passion and purpose. We discuss what these words mean to us, where to start if you are unsure where your passions and purpose lie, as well as the power of activation that comes in sisterhood when discovering, exploring and living in your purpose and passion.
On Monday we had the pleasure of continuing to work with the Royal Turks and Caicos Police on of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
We had great debate, great learning, great reflection and great laughter.
We focused on the following areas:
✔️Creating a Mindset for Inclusive Leadership
✔️ DEI Terminology
✔️Stereotypes, Bias and Microaggressions
✔️ Generational Gaps
✔️Creating a Culture of Inclusion.
Last week we completed a Soft Skills Refresher with the supervisors and managers at Ocean Club.
As we worked through the content of Interpersonal Skills, Understanding and Resolving Conflict, and Building Out Team Dynamic, we had great learning, discussion, debate and laughter.
We look forward to working with Ocean Club again soon!
Yesterday we had our second of three sessions with the Ocean Club Management team. People often assume that conflict is always negative, but it does not have to be. Conflicts are a sign of a problem, and when we view conflict as an opportunity to solve problems, we can make a shift that becomes solutions oriented.
As with most Soft Skills, managers are first encouraged to learn about the topic, and look inwards before looking outwards. Having an understanding of conflict, how we manage conflict, and how we can support our team members as they navigate through conflicts is the first step to implementing the conflict resolution process.
The topics discussed in this session include:
I began Shifting Perspectives in May 2020. We were in the height of the pandemic, and I was looking for ways to connect with other Caribbean women around the world. Shifting Perspectives was the vehicle that allowed me to have fire side chats with some of the most amazing women and it allowed for our conversations to come into homes, your cars, and your ear buds. We sought to fuel listener in the way they worked, the way they thought and the way they parented.
Fast forward, and I’m excited to announce that in November 2023 Shifting Perspectives will be back! This time, Latasha Strachan will be joining me as co-host! For avid listeners, the name Latasha Strachan won’t be a new one for you. We are overjoyed to be teaming up give Shifting Perspectives life once again!
In anticipation of launching our first episode together on November 18th, we have decided to re-launch some of the episodes that we have already done together. Happy Listening!
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Yesterday we worked with our 3rd group of supervisors in the Royal Turks and Caicos Police Force on the Continuous Performance Management. This workshop is a great opportunity for managers to refine their coaching skills and gain and refine their performance management techniques toolbox.
Yesterday's workshop had lots of learning, reflecting, discussing and debating performance management techniques.
The objectives of our Continuous Performance Management workshop are:
Last week we had the pleasure of working with the Management at Ocean Club. We focused on the development of one of the most essential soft skills- Interpersonal Skills.
An individualâs interpersonal skills are crucial to their success in the workplace and in life. During our session we explored the following topics:
Way to Go Ocean Club!
Yolande Robinson, M.Ed.