"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and
write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn."
This session is designed to:
- Introduce participants to our new economy and discuss the changes
happening all around us.
- Talk about the direction teams need to move if they are wanting to
maximize their success.
- Highlight the importance of emotional intelligence and motivational
leadership in our new economy.
Available Onsite or as a Video Webinar (you
see us, we don't see you). Approximately 2 hours in length.
The length & discussion for onsite delivery can be tailored to meet your
team's needs and will be based on Window Three's Infused Coaching Program
Prior to participating in this session, you will be sent, via email, multiple
short videos that relate to the ideas of emotional intelligence and motivational
leadership. The discussion for this session will be as follows:
- The Currencies of Tomorrow, Drivers of our New Economy
- Efficiency VS Effectiveness
- Emotions: Are you in Control?
- Close with discussion of Infused Coaching Program
Join Window Three Author, Creator & Producer, Jon Nodine, for the
introductory session of the Infused Coaching Program, a yearlong journey based
on the ideas of Emotional Intelligence and Motivational Leadership.
As mentioned, this session is the introduction and can serve as a standalone
message of emotional intelligence. If you enjoy the session, you may choose to
embark on a yearlong journey known as the Infused Coaching Program. Window Three
defines emotional intelligence as, a person's ability to understand oneself and
others, and to feature this understanding through choices and the use of
At Window Three, we are firm believers that life is much longer than it gets
credit for. "Life's short, play hard?" We don't subscribe to that quote.
Instead, life just seems short because we've stopped paying attention to the
details both in our personal lives and our professional careers. We've stopped
paying attention to the little bits of emotion that at one time caused us to
think and rethink our choices, big or small.
Without a focus on emotion, we are forced to depend upon our habits,
behaviors designed to allow us to interact with an environment more efficiently.
However, what happens if our environment changes but the habits do not? We are
in a changed economy, a new economy. Transparency and technology have given us
choices that we once lacked, choices that are being made based on time and
emotion. During this session, you will learn how these choices apply to your
customers, team members, family, and friends. Emotional intelligence is
universal like that.
While we certainly look forward to your commitment, I can't emphasize enough
that this program is unlike any other type of professional development. The
Infused Coaching Program was not designed to be convenient. It will challenge
you and it will change you, if you let it. What you put into this program is
exactly what you will get out of it.
At Window Three, our motto is, "Life is about emotion - Period!" If you believe
that true growth begins within, then this is the program for you.
What People Are Saying
"Window Three has helped STAR build a culture of trust and
accountability. Our managers have shown a revived commitment to quality work,
greater trust among their peers and a more focused and thoughtful approach to
decision-making and coaching. A rejuvenated "it's up to me" attitude is
apparent, and we are appreciative of the experience that Window Three has
Paula Stinson, SVP - Human Resource Development
"I wanted to personally thank you for the trip you recently made to
Hampton Roads! Our Team is a big fan of [Jon Nodine] and appreciated the time he was able to spend with them - this is the type of leverage nationally that will continue to vault us to the #1 spot in the U.S.!"
Jim Birkholz, Division President
"Loved, loved, LOVEDDDDDDDD meeting [Jon Nodine]! It was a privilege to
have the opportunity to work with such a skilled professional. I aspire to reach
the next level and thank you for sharing some tools to help get me there. Yes,
it is hard to incorporate new habits, but the rewards will be worth every drop
Mary Lynn Wells, Division Sales Champion
"[Jon], I felt compelled to write you because in all my years of
professional development, I took back more from you than all past meetings
combined. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas on how we can better our
Cathy Coverini, Counselor
"Window Three will challenge your best, better your challenged and leave
everyone looking for the next step. Jon's view of the world is that there is
always opportunity to improve, and those who learn to open their mind to new
ideas will be the elite who find themselves leading their business in the
Andy Dimarzio, Director of Operations