Custom Workshops


The following Online Workshops are customized for each clients unique needs utilizing the Pfeiffer Custom platform of award winning products.

We can provide these World Class workshops to individuals, small groups, and large organizations.

To learn more about these programs or to schedule a free appointment with a consultant contact us at info@gca–


  The Leadership Challenge Based on the bestselling and award-winning book, The Leadership Challenge by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner, this workshop demystifies leadership development and approaches it as a measurable, learnable, and teachable set of behaviors, establishing a unique underlying philosophy that leadership is everyone’s business.

  • Model the way
  • Inspire a shared vision
  • Challenge the process
  • Enable others to act
  • Encourage the heart
Emotional Intelligence

  •  Learn how to manage and maximize the effectiveness of emotional intelligence
  • Develop strategies for personal growth through   emotional intelligence
  • Be provided with a framework for discussion and coaching emotional intelligence

The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team

  • Learn practical advice for overcoming the obstacles that prevent teamwork in the office
  • Learn what it takes to become a cohesive team
  • Learn how to improve team effectiveness, through strengthened leadership roles
  The Great Workplace

  • Examine the essential elements of a Great Place to Work®, especially the crucial role of trust.
  • Build an understanding of the key role that managers play in building a great workplace.
  • Identify opportunities and generate ideas for ways managers can make change within their scope of responsibility.
  • Become familiar with tools that can be used to make a positive impact in improving the workplace.
  It’s OK to be the Boss

  • Learn how to build relationships of trust and confidence with employees
  • Keep employees focused and moving in the right direction, increasing productivity
  • Learn how to effectively delegate responsibilities and projects, to minimize inefficiency, downtime, and conflict among employees
  Managing for Employee Engagement

  • Be able to describe the three underlying factors that make a job miserable, as presented in the Three Signs of a   Miserable Job model
  • Use the feedback from a 180-degree assessment to identify their strengths and weaknesses as managers
  • Identify strategies for overcoming the Three Signs
  • Develop action plans for improving as managers by eliminating potential misery from their employees’ jobs
  Leading Through Transitions

  •  Learn the importance of building and supporting an environment of trust during times of change and uncertainty
  • Develop an understanding of the impact that transitions have on themselves, on others, and on their organizations
  • Develop authentic leadership capacities to facilitate the process of change and revitalization
  Creative Style Profile

  • Be able to describe the value of creative thinking
  • Identify their own creative strengths
  • Identify how communication is affected by creative thinking styles
  • Explore barriers to creative thinking
  • Be able to describe how creative styles influence teamwork and collaboration
  Decision Making Inventory

  • Define the four primary decision-making styles
  • Define the four individual styles that blend the primary styles
  • Identify their own styles
  • State strengths and liabilities of each style
  • Share examples of the styles in synergy and conflict
  • Develop a personal strategy for working with each of the styles
  Coaching for Commitment

  • Become involved by understanding the various roles they play when interacting with others
  • Discover ways to be more effective in the coach role and how to gain commitment from the person being coached
  • Commit to creating a Coaching for Commitment culture