Workplace Leadership + Communication + Time Management Solutions to Recruit & Retain


Help your employees build strong leadership + communication + time management skills with FitPro's HEALTH TALKS programs


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Develop the Leader Within

When leaders show a commitment to their teams' growth, employees are motivated to reciprocate, express their gratitude, or show loyalty by going the extra mile. Even if you aren't a leader in your current role, being able to identify with top leadership competencies will certainly help you develop as a professional, setting you up for a leadership role in the future. 


Compassionate and Effective Communication 

Successful communication begins with a genuine intention and a joy for being with the other person, which can often be challenging in a business environment. However, designing unique solutions and strategies through direct communication will expand opportunities, increase successful outcomes, and create a sense of enjoyment during any verbal exchange. A clear message, concise delivery, and a balance of empathy and compassion will dramatically improve and empower any communication, negotiation, or presentation. During this talk, participants will learn methods to teach teams how to reset their mindset for effective and respectful communication.


Conflict Management 101

Get ready for a deep dive into conflict. How does it arise and what triggers misunderstanding and disagreement? Through emotional intelligence – specifically awareness of others and oneself in relation to others – conflict can be alleviated and even avoided.

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Self-Compassion in the Workplace and Beyond

Difficult moments are inevitable. (At least they’re inevitable if we want to live meaningful lives alongside other humans!) How we handle those difficult moments can be the difference between a downward spiral of isolation and self-blame, and a confident step toward the people and activities that can nourish and strengthen us in moving forward. This course includes an overview of what self-compassion is (and isn’t!), and why the research shows it’s important for personal health and successful relationships at home and at work. Self-Compassion is shown to be the primary determinant of burnout among physicians and other helping professionals, so we’ll talk about HOW to practice self-compassion in practical impactful ways in order to truly thrive.


Integrate EQ to Enhance Performance

In order to excel, we need to develop a balance of strengths across the suite of EQ competencies. In this Health Talk, participants will explore 12 different competencies, helping them to identify areas where they feel strongest, and those where they may want to spend time to develop and refine their skills.


Confident Employees are Productive Leaders

Learn new ways of thinking about old problems and breakthrough limitations. The focus of this Health Talk is results-based leadership. Leadership can take many forms: leading a team, leading a project, taking responsibility, making a difference, and even self-leadership. Each participant will receive direct guidance to gain confidence and be empowered to create soaring productivity. Participants will be able to identify the essential components they’re missing to charge ahead, overcome a challenge in all areas of life, and take action based on psychological tools for sustained results.


Essential Core Leadership Skills

This Health Talk will provide participants with the necessary tools and techniques needed to tap into one’s essential core. Why is this important? One's essential core governs engagement, resilience, transparency, and goal achievement; therefore, if employees are tapped in their workplace’s potential, it will ignite an ability to impact the world. Participants will be guided through decoding exactly what stunts individual contributions and group collaboration. Lastly, the certified speaker will take participants through emotional, physical, and mental practices that stimulate participation.

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Thanks a Lot: Why Gratitude Matters & How to Express It

We often hear that gratitude is good for our mental and even our physical wellbeing, yet it doesn’t often come naturally. How do we express gratitude in a way that feels authentic? In this one-hour workshop we explore what gratitude is (and isn’t!), what it can look like at work and in life, and ultimately how we can foster a sense of gratitude in a way that feels resonant and makes an actual difference.

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Neurodivergent or Not: Communication Skills for All

Communication can be tough, especially since we all have different ways of taking in, processing, and communicating information. This can sometimes lead to misunderstandings, hurt feelings, or conflicts between individuals, within teams, and even with our loved ones – all of which affect our productivity, work satisfaction, and overall wellbeing and happiness. Understanding ourselves and our communication strengths and challenges allows us to also understand others in a way that can build strong communication skills, no matter who we are communicating with. This talk explores Important aspects of effective communication and provides practical tips to boost our communication in diverse settings, formats, and with various people.

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Giving and Receiving Feedback

What are effective strategies for raising tough topics--and receiving these messages--at work? How might you leverage feedback to strengthen relationships and support collaboration? This 60-minute training combines theory and praxis to jumpstart attendees next feedback conversation. Participants will learn not to wait until they are sitting in their next performance review or experiencing team dysfunction to strengthen their feedback muscle.

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3 Keys to Get Out of Overwhelm and Rise Up as a Leader

In this interactive and insightful talk, you will create a vision for yourself as you learn three keys to stay out of overwhelm and rise up as the leader you were meant to be. You will identify one word to help you gain clarity as a leader, while connecting to your deeper why to live and lead more purposefully. Daily pauses will be incorporated to teach you how to be more present, connected, and create the mental headspace to leave overwhelm and lead with greater clarity. You will practice self reflection in the seven areas of life, pick and area that needs the most attention, and design a pause plan you can implement by bedtime.

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Addressing Microaggressions With Brave Conversations.

How can feedback conversations shed light on unconscious bias and strengthen relationships across difference? Microaggressions are small, unintentional slights that undervalue or demean people. They are ubiquitous in interpersonal interactions and contribute to disengagement, dysfunction, and turnover. In the interest of fostering more cohesive teams, we can address microaggressions with brave conversations. Brave conversations are candid dialogues that at first may seem uncomfortable but ultimately build trust and effective collaboration. In this 60-minute session participants practice raising uncomfortable topics and skillfully receiving this kind of feedback with curiosity.


Bring Your Whole Self to Work

This is an interactive workshop focused on guiding you toward a deeper understanding of how to bring your whole self to the workplace. The workshop will include: collective group discussion, personal reflection, and self-discovery. Participants will build a connection between self-awareness, authentic self, and greater success in the workplace. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Cultural Intelligence (CQ) will also be taught at a high level. Participants will walk away with helpful tools and resources that can be used in real-life workplace scenarios.


What Is Leadership? How Anyone Step Into The Role

In this talk, participants will explore the various ways leadership exists in the workplace and the various roles a leader may play within an organization. Participants will discover the difference between a leader and a manager and will understand that anyone has the capacity to be a leader. Through this talk, participants will learn how to (re)define leadership; learn the skills to lead with heart, understand how to use transparency, vulnerability, and integrity as a leader; and discover embodied leading: how to lead through right-action and risk-taking. This talk is suited for anyone in a management or leadership role, and is also meant to engage anyone interested in becoming a manager or leader.


How Leaders Communicate: Effective & Productive Collaboration

A team's ability to achieve unparalleled results (and contribute to the bottom line) is directly influenced by individual team members' ability to communicate and collaborate effectively. Discover how to bridge gaps across different work, communication, and behavior styles in order to create a team dynamic that is wired for success. The leader is responsible for setting the tone, but the team members are accountable for "showing up" in alignment with this tone each and every day. Put vision back into your team: remind them of why they come to work each day, inspire them to pour themselves into their roles with new gusto, and teach them the tools they need to work collaboratively, creatively, and with enthusiasm.

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Addressing Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

Although mental health can often be a topic we rarely want to discuss, especially in the workplace, it appears employees are now advocating for their employers to invest in their mental health. But, due to stigma, employees often avoid disclosing mental health issues to their co-workers or managers due to fear of losing their job or damaging their reputation. However, the workplace environment can be one of the most important places to address mental health issues, as work is a major part of our lives, it is where we spend much of our time. In addition, it is vital more than ever for organizations to be aware of populations including BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Persons of Color), women, LGBTQ+, who may be at a higher risk of developing mental health issues due to the unrelenting forces of discrimination. There are many effective actions organizations can take to promote mental health in the workplace. This session aims to increase awareness of the mental health experience among marginalized groups, improve ability to identify common behavioral and physical indicators of mental health issues, and enhance manager’s competency to help aid employees seeking and/or ways to increase access to mental health support through effective communication and behavioral strategies.

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Applying Coaching Skills to Management Situations

If most of today’s business challenges are solved by thinking, how can you help teams level-up their ability to think? In this 60-minute, interactive experience, participants develop coaching skills to lead their teams to better outcomes by strengthening thought processes. Learn how to teach a person to fish for themselves with the right mix of questions, positive reinforcement, and after action reviews.

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Life Hacks for Behavior Change

What strategies can we employ to build new habits? This 60-minute workshop guides participants through a process that can be applied to professional development as well as new year's resolutions. Participants walk away able to identify a new desired behavior, clarify how the behavior will serve them, anchor the behavior in an existing routine, and reinforce the change with rewards and accountability relationships.

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Helping as a Form of Leadership

What does it mean to be in a helping relationship with those you lead? Leaders help their people in many ways. They offer advice or wisdom from past experience; they roll up their sleeves and dive into the work itself; and they serve as collaborative partners, supporting their teams to solve problems for themselves. This 60-minute session prompts participants to consider someone they support (at work or beyond) and assess their ability to help based on five competencies of a helping relationship: authenticity, security in self, empathy, eliminating perceived threat, and compassion.

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Connecting With Purpose

How might you connect your day-to-day work with a greater sense of purpose? What energizes you and what leaves you depleted? In this 60-minute, interactive experience participants identify their core values and reconnect with personal purpose. Participants walk away with an initial response to Mary Oliver’s epic challenge: “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”

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