We are pleased to announce our Opening Plenary speaker for the 2022 Annual Institute! You can follow Charles on social media channels @CharlesWeathers and learn more by visiting www.weathersgroup.com. Stay tuned for our announcement of our closing plenary speaker coming soon!
We invite you to join us, in partnership with Federally Employed Women, and other organizations, as we unite to celebrate the holiday season! This virtual event is free and open to all TOC registrants and friends; registration is required here: https://bit.ly/inthenameofunity2021 Join us for an evening of fun, and of course, prizes on December 16 at 6:00pm. We can’t wait … Read More
The Training Officers Consortium’s Annual Institute (AI) is the flagship event of the TOC program year. The 2022 Annual Institute will be held May 1-4, 2022 at the Doubletree by Hilton in Downtown Wilmington, DE. It will feature keynote speakers, plenary sessions, panel discussions, 40 concurrent sessions, an exhibit hall, sponsorship showcase, networking opportunities, and special events. The event theme … Read More
In recent years, the national dialogue and events have generated greater awareness of the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion; this awakening has prompted necessary conversations that lead to shifts in behaviors to impact culture and ultimately, drive lasting change. It is imperative for leaders to articulate and take action to recognize and celebrate diversity, nurture a culture of inclusion, … Read More
Are the changes in today’s world an opportunity for prosperity or a pain in the neck? Many leaders of today are struggling with how to direct change while benefiting from it. When it comes to change there are many challenges from how we get started, to how the change will be perceived by the public and embraced by your team. … Read More
The world is changing at an increasingly rapid rate and the future is not a linear extension of the past. To add value, leaders at all levels of government must change their approach to be more strategic in assessing risk, compliance, and performance by identifying transformational risks, opportunities and solutions that move organizations to a desired state. This session will … Read More
Research shows that emotional intelligence (EI) enables us to make effective decisions. Cornell University researchers found that individuals with higher EI picked up better on critical bodily signals and used that information to avoid risky decisions. In contrast, those with lower EI often didn’t notice these subtle bodily signals, and when they did pick up on these cues, they misinterpreted … Read More
The challenges that face our society and the world impact relationships at work and take a toll on organizational culture. With the lack of guidance, it is an inevitable and expected outcome that external pressures permeate into internal organizational dynamics. Most leaders do not have the training or the capacity to navigate the growing number of sensitive issues that are … Read More