“Passion changes everything, education is the great equalizer, and our relationship with our self influences all outcomes in life.”
Training & Development
OPERATIONALIZING CONSCIOUSNESS is the brainchild of Susan Leger-Ferraro integrating 40+ years of business leadership, well being and human development. Aspects of many of the work outlined below are incorporated through out the Operaratuonalizing Consciousness Method:
The Science of Leadership
Curriculum Summary Each of us must step into the role of the leader, taking responsibility first for directing our own lives and then interacting with others. Great leaders are those who can respond to their own needs and those of others from the levels of spirit, vision, and creativity, building a sense of unity with those they lead. The leader’s four human gifts are creativity, intelligence, organizing power, and love.
Curriculum Summary The brain has infinite power. Through this course, students learn how to use the brain to achieve results in every area of life. The brain can be taught to extend beyond current, perceived limitations through increased self-awareness and conscious intentions.
What Are You Hungry For?
Curriculum Summary This course encourages students to challenge commonly held beliefs about physical health. What people are often hungry for is something more fulfilling and complex than merely food. Through this course, students learn best practices for managing the health of the body as well as that of the mind.
Soul of Leadership
Curriculum Summary Leading from the soul benefits all people regardless of their positions in the organization. This course includes case-study reviews of organizations and business leaders who lead in this way. Students will build their own soul profiles and learn about the seven key qualities that Dr. Chopra ascribes to great leaders.
THE CASE FOR WELLBEING: The first thing every leader needs to understand is why wellbeing matters and how it will enhance business. In this session, students learn about the economics of wellbeing and the research that supports a culture where employees can flourish.
SURVEY OF CORE ELEMENTS OF WELLBEING: There are Five Elements of wellbeing as determined by Gallup’s global analysis on the elements of a thriving life. In this session, students explore the basic definitions of these elements and how to integrate them into a successful human-resources strategy.
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF LEADERSHIP: While each great leader is unique, there are necessary foundational characteristics to unlock human potential. This session offers a phenomenological and ontological approach to leadership.
PURPOSE WELLBEING: An individual’s career is one of the most important elements of overall wellbeing. In this session, students learn how to create a workplace that leverages employees’ strengths to help them make meaningful contributions to the organization.
SOCIAL WELLBEING: To thrive socially, people need to surround themselves with others who also flourish and feel appreciated by this peer group. In this session, participants learn about the science behind positive social networks and the value of developing healthy workplace relationships.
FINANCIAL WELLBEING: A large salary does not ensure financial wellbeing. In this session, students learn about financial freedom for their employees and themselves.
PHYSICAL WELLBEING: Employees’ health can impact the quality of their work. In this session, participants learn techniques to help employees manage their physical wellbeing.
COMMUNITY WELLBEING: Every organization should encourage community engagement among their employees. In this session, students learn how to improve workplace culture by creating new opportunities for employees and the organization as a whole to give back to the community.
OVERVIEW OF THE KEY INFLUENCERS OF WELLBEING: Building on the fundamentals to living a thriving life, students next learn how to positively influence wellbeing through systematic changes to an organization’s culture.
ENHANCING OFFICE SPACE AND ENVIRONMENT: The physical workspace impacts productivity and overall wellbeing. Students learn how to maximize office space for greater productivity.
MANAGING AND LEVERAGING MOBILE DEVICES AND TECHNOLOGY: Technology can be both beneficial and detrimental to wellbeing. Participants learn about best practices, policies, and technology solutions in this session.
FOOD AVAILABILITY AND PRODUCT STRATEGY: Workplace food should be selected with care. In this session, students learn how food choices and offerings can improve wellbeing.
EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY: Ongoing training and development is necessary for organizational productivity and wellbeing. In this session, students learn best practices and how to build long-lasting programs.
LEVERAGING STRENGTHS: Each human being is unique, born with talents that can be developed into strengths. Students learn how to unlock individuals’ potential and leverage their strengths.
WELLBEING & WOMEN: Women often seek workplaces that give them greater flexibility and opportunities for work-life balance. In this session, participants learn practices to recruit and retain female employees.
STRENGTHS-BASED WELLBEING: People need to understand their natural talents, strengths, and thought patterns to maximize wellbeing and create a personalized approach to impacting quality of life. (Pre-requisite: Leveraging Strengths)
FOSTERING INTRAPRENEURSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH: Some individuals in an organization have entrepreneurial talent. In this session, participants learn about entrepreneurs’ singular qualities and what you can be done to harness that talent to create organizational growth.
NETWORKING, RELATIONSHIP-BUILDING, & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: Relationship building is an art and science. In this session, students learn how to create a strong network and build their businesses.