All Seminars Lising

It’s important to realize that people who are employed by the same company may not necessarily see themselves as a team and that they may not engage in teamwork even if they accomplish work together. Working together is not the same thing as teamwork.

MTI's Cultivating a Culture of Teamwork seminar covers practical tips and techniques for cultivating a culture of teamwork within organizations.



Topics covered include:

  • The functions and purposes of work teams
  • Stages of team development
  • Development of cohesiveness
  • Managing team conflict, and more.

Who Should Attend

  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Executives
  • Team leaders
  • Team members
  • Employees
  • Business owners
  • HR professionals
Click Here:

More Information

Are you tired of struggling to have your ideas heard and taken seriously in your company? Do you want to learn how to be more influential in your professional life? Do you want to play a key role in organizational decision-making, changes and strategic planning? If you’re ready to take your career to the next level, it’s important to learn how to develop your influence skills.

That’s exactly what you’ll learn how to do in MTI’s Cultivating Influence: How to Build Your Credibility, Establish Strategic Relationships & Influence Organizational Decision Making workshop. In order to become influential, you first have to understand the factors that lead to being viewed as a person with influence and commit to cultivating traits and skills within yourself that will position you as an influential professional who can have strategic impact.

Cultivating influence is essential to a being viewed as an effective leader – formal or informal – and is an important key to getting opportunities to have a strategic impact within your organization. Influence begins with establishing credibility and building effective relationships. People who are able to influence others – even without formal authority – are in a unique position to distinguish themselves as strategic-minded professionals, and they can have a real impact on organizational decision making.

Key Topics

Attend this informative program and learn:

  • Why it’s critical to develop the ability to influence others
  • Key differences between influence and authority – and how influence can be more impactful
  • What influence is based on/where it comes from
  • Key characteristics of influential people
  • Developing the mindset required to become influential
  • How to develop the credibility necessary to be viewed as an influencer
  • How to establish the strategic stakeholder relationships required to develop the ability to influence individuals and organizational decision-making
  • Key communication skills and strategies to establish yourself as an influential individual
  • How to build a consensus and why this is necessary for influence  
  • How and when to use bargaining and negotiation skills
  • Key considerations for overcoming change resistance
  • Ways to reinforce success by taking results to the bottom line/demonstrating ROI and organizational impact
  • Specific behaviors (to avoid) that hinder your ability to be viewed as an influential member of the organization   
  • Leveraging your influence to  have a positive impact on organizational decision making, strategic planning and organizational change

Who Should Attend

  • HR leaders
  • Other HR professionals
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Team Leaders
  • Those who aspire to be leaders
  • Career-focused professionals at all levels
  • Organizational Development (OD) professionals
  • Organizational Excellence professionals
  • Executives
  • Project Managers
  • Business owners


This program can be delivered in varying lengths, ranging from a half-day workshop to a one-hour keynote presentation or webinar. Contact us to schedule a session for your company or organization.

Related Training

If you are committed to growing as a strategic leader (regardless of your current position or level), our Leadership Insights Workshop may be right for you. It includes the Everything DiSC Work of Leaders assessment and emphasizes practical solutions specific to your natural leadership style and best practices for effective leadership.

Click Here:

More Information

Providing feedback to employees – positive and negative – is a vital part of every management job. Being able to give effective feedback to employees is a skill that every manager and HR professional needs to master. It’s essential for mangers to let employees know when they’re doing a good job and to let them know when improvement is needed. Attend this informative program and get practical tips and suggestions that you can immediately apply.

Learn How to Give Effective Feedback to Employees

It is a basic fact that employees need to know how they are doing at work. Simply put, they need to receive meaningful feedback from their supervisors on an ongoing basis, including praise and appreciation, as well as corrective feedback. It’s essential for mangers to let employees know when they’re doing a good job and when improvement is needed. These are important keys to managing performance and productivity, and also contribute to employee satisfaction, retention and engagement.

Managers, business owners and HR professionals alike need to know and apply the do’s and don’ts of providing effective feedback. Not only do they need to be in the habit of providing both positive and negative (as warranted) feedback in an effective way, they must be open to receiving feedback from employees. Attend this informative session for practical training focused on how to improve performance and employee engagement through mastering the art of giving and receiving effective feedback.

Topics Covered

Attend MTI’s Employee Feedback That Works seminar and learn:

  • Step-by-step guide to effective performance feedback
  • Common problems with employee feedback
  • Practical tips for giving effective employee feedback with examples
  • How to give feedback that makes a difference
  • Common mistakes that supervisors make when giving feedback and how to avoid making them.

Who Should Attend

  • Managers, supervisors and team leaders
  • HR professionals
  • Talent development professionals
  • Organizational development professionals
  • Business owners
  • Project managers
  • Leaders at all levels


This program can be delivered in varying lengths, ranging from a half-day workshop to a one-hour keynote presentation or webinar. Contact us to schedule a session for your company or organization.

Click Here:

More Information

Are you looking for a meaningful tool to reach your full potential as a leader? MTI’s Leadership Insights: Practical Solutions Tailored to Your Style workshop is not just another seminar with a workbook and a general theory on what it takes to be an effective leader. The simple fact is that there is not one right way to lead – and what works for one person might not work for you.

Key Benefits

Attend this interactive one-day workshop and learn your specific leadership strengths –with tangible solutions tailored to your personality and leadership style. You’ll develop key insights regarding the critical elements of leadership (vision, alignment and execution) and leave with real-world guidance tailored to your individual style.

As a participant in MTI’s Leadership Insights: Practical Solutions Tailored to Your Style workshop, you will complete the widely-recognized and validated Everything DiSC Work of Leaders adaptive assessment prior to the training. In the workshop, you will discover your unique leadership strengths and areas of opportunity within a practical framework you can immediately apply in your professional life for powerful results.

You’ll leave with concrete insights to empower you to make the most of your natural tendencies and personality style to move toward best practices for leadership – all in an engaging workshop tailored specifically to understanding your style of leadership.

Schedule your Leadership Insights: Practical Solutions Tailored to Your Style workshop today. Register for the next public workshop or contact us to schedule on-site training for your company or organization. 

Workshop Highlights

  • Everything DiSC Work of Leaders assessment - Completed online
  • 20-page personalized leadership style assessment
  • Interactive training workbook
  • Professional training focused on leadership best practices specific to your style

This workshop will give you a new outlook on your approach to leadership and provide you with a personalized roadmap for moving toward best practices.


Click Here:

More Information

This course covers essential skills and best practices focused on teaching participants how to be a good mentor in the workplace. It is appropriate both for peer mentors and managers/supervisors and other leaders whose roles involve mentoring.  

Learn How to Be a Good Mentor in the Workplace

Mentoring can be a powerful tool for employee development, though the success of such initiatives starts with ensuring that mentors have the skills that are necessary to help develop mentees. MTI’s one-day Workplace Mentoring 101 session is designed for individuals who are or are preparing to serve as mentors in employee development programs, as well as managers, HR professionals, and other leaders. This workshop provides a comprehensive overview of key best practices for workplace mentoring and practical strategies for mentoring success.

Learning Objectives

Key focus areas of MTI's Workplace Mentoring 101: How to Be an Effective Mentor course include:  

  • Introduction to Mentoring: Characteristics & responsibilities of being a mentor, including establishing expectations and setting ground rules
  • Effective Feedback: Key skills for providing effective feedback in a mentoring relationship, including positive feedback (both appreciation and praise) and feedback focused on performance improvement.
  • Coaching Skills for Mentors: Mastering the do’s and don’ts of coaching-focused communication to motivate mentees to achieve their potential.
  • Relationship Management: Defining & developing the mentor/mentee relationship, including building trust and adapting to individual differences.

Who should attend:

  • Workplace mentors
  • Mentor trainees
  • Talent development professionals
  • Professionals preparing for a move to management/leadership
  • Organizational development professionals
  • High potentials
  • Individuals involved in onboarding
  • Peer leaders
  • Business owners
  • Human resource management professionals
  • Others who have management or leadership responsibilities

Course Length

This course is available as a full-day in-person workshop, though components of the program can be presented in a half-day in-person format or via a series of shorter webinars, such as 60 - 90 minute lunch and learn sessions. Contact us to schedule a session at any U.S. location.

Click Here:

More Information