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Program Two

Organizational Development

This program begins with the foundation of self-reflection and works through the needed skill set for developing emotional intelligence and deepening interpersonal relationships. Organizational Development training will dramatically improve your ability to coach, lead, and build teams within an organization. Professionals at all levels and in any industry will benefit from this program. 

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Personal Productivity




The Power of Culture


Business Team



Creatives Discussing Project





Conflict + Difficult Conversations

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TWI Series

Job Relations


Working Together

Servant Leadership



Emotional Intelligence

Individual registration is available and everyone is welcome

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Become a leader

people want to follow

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Personal Productivity Management

Personal Productivity

About the Course

ATAC’s training during this course emphasizes self-management and productivity rather than traditional time management. The course offers participants the chance to examine their current state of work and personal habits to identify areas to improve their productivity. Productivity truly differs from efficiency. Participants will learn the difference and become aware of their time-wasters. 

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DiSC Communication


About the Course

The DiSC assessment is a progressive tool used to better understand behavioral and communication tendencies within yourself and your team. DISC is the most widely used behavioral assessment tool, adopted by organizations around the world to improve teamwork and understand different communication styles. The DISC assessment is used to help individuals, teams, and organizations make better decisions. When we understand our natural behavior then we can better communicate with all DISC styles. Personalized DiSC strategies facilitate optimal team environments and accelerate your team toward better We help you understand how to use the information to take actions to increase motivation, effectively lead, and improve the performance of your team communication



  • Present: 4 DiSC styles incorporating video examples

  • Present: How to Distinguish the core behavioral tendencies in others

  • Exercise: Practice People Reading Videos and People Reading Exercise

  • Understand your core behavioral tendencies: Review your Everything DiSC Profile and Supplement

  • Present: Communication strategies that improve personal relationships and Team Dynamics

  • Present: How to Apply DiSC when Coaching

  • Exercise: Day in the Life

  • Present: STYLE-FLEXING

  • Exercise: Develop Personal Action Plan for Improving Workplace Effectiveness

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Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership


About the Course

The Servant Leadership approach recognizes that a motivated and engaged workforce that believes in the purpose of their organization will always go above and beyond in giving their best effort to achieve the desired outcome. In this session, we will begin to unpack the tools necessary to realize those goals. A servant leadership workplace has a culture that focuses on employees and their behaviors first, as well as internal and external customer service interactions, before focusing on profits. Essentially, it emphasizes the “human” element of human resources, leadership, and business interactions and communications.

Servant leadership creates a culture where both employees and leaders are more fulfilled and more fully engaged. Leaders see employees as people, not cogs in the machine or lines on a spreadsheet, and they make decisions with this in mind. They also see employees for more than just the work they do. This includes considering their mental health, their situation at home, and other factors that play a role in their overall well-being. Many organizations strive for success by centering their strategies and operations on their customers first, but some experts and research claim that such an approach won’t allow an organization to reach its full potential, especially if its company culture doesn’t focus on its employees and people first.



  •  Self Reflection

  • Effective Communication

  • Building Relationships

  • Employee Recognition

  • Sustaining

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The Power of Culture

The Power of Culture

About the Course


Never underestimate the importance of workplace culture when trying to get the best out of 

yourself, a small group, or a large team. Today, young professionals look at workplace culture 

as a top-three driver for ranking where they want to work. This course teaches a leader how to 

identify bad habits, neutralize negativity, and nurture a unique and authentic work environment 

capable of attracting and retaining the best talent.

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Conflict + Difficult

Confict + Difficult


About the Course


Having uncomfortable conversations at work is never easy, whether it’s with subordinates or co-workers. This is especially true for people who are afraid of conflict and would do anything possible to avoid it. However, avoiding difficult conversations potentially leads to dysfunction and lack of performance. This result negatively impacts a team and the business as a whole. It is estimated that workplace conflict affects not only morale and productivity but also turnover. Instead of avoiding difficult conversations, find the courage to start confronting people in a constructive way with skill and empathy. Overcome fear of conflict and successfully approach uncomfortable obstacles.



  • Presentation: Conflict Definition

  • Exercise: Share Conflict Examples

  • Presentation: Change, Respect

  • Exercise: Leadership Discussion

  • Presentation: Motivation

  • Presentation: Conflict Responses

  • Presentation: Difficult Conservations defined

  • Presentation: Settings, Subjects, Personalities, Social

  • Presentation: 4 Ws: Why, Where When, Who

  • Presentation: Preparation

  • Presentation: Delivering the Message

  • Exercise: Practice Delivering Message

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Emotional Intelligence

Emotiona Intelligence

About the Course

Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to how we interact with stimuli in our environment and respond to the people in our personal and professional lives. Like I.Q., emotional intelligence varies from one person to another. While some people are gifted in the way they understand and deal with people, others may need help to build their emotional skills.

The Harvard Business Review hails emotional intelligence as “a groundbreaking, paradigm-shattering idea, one of the most influential ideas of the decade. The term “Emotional Intelligence” was first addressed by Michael Beldoch in 1964 but became popular after Daniel Goleman’s 1995 book “Emotional Intelligence – Why it can matter more than IQ."  Emotional Intelligence allows you to regulate feelings and use them to guide actions. Becoming fluent in the language of emotions helps us sustain relationships personally and professionally. Emotional intelligence empowers the mind along with making you happy and content. A well-balanced, empathetic, and friendly person is more emotionally aware than an unempathetic and unmotivated individual.


  • Recognize one’s own emotions

  • Relate to others’ emotions

  • Actively listen to others

  • Participate in interpersonal communication and understand the nonverbal cues of behavior

  • Self control one’s thoughts and feelings

  • Effectively manage emotions and express them in a socially acceptable way

  • Receive criticisms positively and benefit from them

  • Power to forgive, forget, and move on rationally

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Team-Centered Leadership


About the Course


Teamwork is the ultimate competitive advantage because it is so powerful and so rare. A high-functioning team can achieve its potential, resulting in a healthier, more productive organization. Additionally, improving teamwork is an important endeavor beyond merely helping organizations become more effective. It also reduces stress and dissatisfaction of the people who work in those organizations, which has a profound impact on the lives of their friends and family members as well.

ATAC'ss Team Centered Leadership follows Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team model.

This is a development program that guides intact teams through a journey to improve in five areas that are key to productive team dynamics: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results.



1. Presentation: Trust

2. Discussion: Trust (You& Co), Red Flags

3. Exercise: Trust Teambuilding

4. Presentation: Conflict

5. Discussion: +/- Conflict

6. Presentation: Perspective

7. Exercise: Perspective Teambuilding

8. Presentation: TWI Job Relations

9. Presentation: Commitment

10. Exercise: Consensus

11. Presentation: Accountability/Accountability Boards

12. Activity: XY results

13. Presentation: Results, Strategy, Daily Management


TWI Series
Job Relations

Job Relations

About the Course

You have invested in Lean training for your employees. You have undertaken serious efforts to implement continuous improvement within your organization. Training Within Industry (TWI) is the next link in creating and sustaining a Lean Enterprise. This three-component program is the ideal process for training people within your industry who are responsible for training others in job skills, monitoring, and effectively managing continuous improvement initiatives, and doing so with consistent and proven results.

  • TWI has proven results in manufacturing, medical services, hotels and restaurants, and construction.

  • Some benefits of TWI include:

    • 86% of companies increased production by at least 25%,

    • 100% reduced training time by more than 35%, 

    • 55% reduced scrap by at least 25%.

  • TWI is recommended for anyone who is responsible for teaching another person a job or method, improving a job or method, and/or dealing with other employees.

TWI Modules

TWI includes four modules of training that teach basic skills to help supervisors and other employees make the transition from hierarchical "command & control" organizations to flatter, team-oriented organizations. These courses/modules are comprised of Job Instruction, Job Methods, Job Relations, and Job Safety.

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