Lead with Responsibility and Accountability(TM)
Leaders understand that it’s people who make things happen. Leaders need the support of people to achieve an organization’s goals. Leaders take responsibility for developing the skills their staff need to achieve goals. In this workshop, participants learn to:
Earn more by understanding the power behind a self-directed vs. another-directed focus;
Produce more in an environment in which people are motivated;
Achieve more by recognizing how individual needs, values and beliefs influence behavior.
To learn more about the Lead with Responsibility and AccountabilityTM program or other S.T.A.R. programs, call Mary Elizabeth Murphy today at 704-535-5610 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Build Trust In All Your Relationships
It can take years to build trust and only seconds to destroy it! Every day, in many ways, we are either building trust or destroying it, and we may not even be aware it. The life and quality of our relationships depends on our ability to be trusted — and trusting. In this fun and informative workshop, participants learn to:
Apply the Four Elements of Trust;
Understand individuals’ different trust needs;
Recognize tension tolerance and its effect on communication.
To learn more about the Build Trust in All Your Relationships program or other S.T.A.R. programs, call Mary Elizabeth Murphy today at 704-535-5610 or email her at email@example.com.
Priorities & Productivity
Setting priorities and managing time effectively is basic to managing individual and organizational performance. There’s a lot of pressure on today’s managers to find innovative ways to achieve goals and respond quickly to others’ needs. How do you meet these expectations AND enjoy life outside of work? How do you meet the daily challenge of managing professional and personal responsibilities? In this workshop, participants learn how to:
Earn more by responding to opportunities, reducing stress;
Produce more by focusing on time management strengths, taking control of time, limiting or preventing interruptions;
Achieve new skills for improving performance, setting priorities, achieving goals.
To learn more about the Priorities & Productivity program or other S.T.A.R. programs, call Mary Elizabeth Murphy today at 704-535-5610 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law Enforcement Workshops
These team-building exercises are designed to increase confidence among team members and build stronger partnerships. Through innnovation and the expression of ideas, participants learn more about their own and other team members’ individual strengths.
Through the Law Enforcement Workshop, Participants Are Learning…
“… to get more and better work out of the officers on my shift. Better relations at home with all family members.”
“… to identify the type of employee and what method to use in dealing with that employee.”
“… to accomplish objectives by relating to others on their level and personal style.”
“… to better deal with others.”
“…to understand why I operate the way I do – why others operate the way they do.”
“…to communicate better with co-workers and subordinates.”
To learn more about S.T.A.R. Resources’ Law Enforcement Workshops, call Mary Elizabeth Murphy today at 704-535-5610 or email her at email@example.com.
Murphy Receives Certificate in Relationship Coaching
POSTED November 12, 2007 — Today, S.T.A.R. Resources announced that Mary Elizabeth Murphy has received certification for completing twelve hours’ course study in Organization and Research Systems Coaching (ORSC) by the Center for Right Relationship (CRR), an accredited institution with the International Coach Federation. The ORSC Program is a groundbreaking model for coaching relationship systems in organizations, groups, teams, partnerships, and couples. The paradigm shift in this work is to hold “The Third Entity™” of relationship as the client, rather than the individuals involved in the relationship. This subtle shift has a profound impact on the results that are possible in systems coaching.
Mary Elizabeth Murphy is Managing Director and Owner of S.T.A.R. Resources. She completed this segment of her coursework, called “ORSC Foundations,” in Toronto, Ontario. Her instructors included Faith Fuller and Marita Fridjhon, co-founders of CRR and … Read More »
S.T.A.R. Resources Helps Patrolmen’s Credit Union Improve Productivity
POSTED November 20, 2007 — The Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union (CPFCU) has completed the final module of Integro Leadership Training, under the coaching of S.T.A.R. Resources Managing Director Mary Elizabeth Murphy. “CPFCU CEO Scott Arney and I decided on Integro’s Leadership Development Process, because it shifts company culture toward a more trusting work environment,” says Murphy. “This fifteen-month process was a major commitment by the CPFCU, and they are already seeing increases in profitability and productivity.”
About S.T.A.R. Resources
S.T.A.R. Resources teaches individuals and teams the skills they need to earn more, achieve more and produce more. S.T.A.R. Resources coaches groups within corporations, small business, government, law enforcement agencies and non-profit organizations to achieve personal and professional performance success.
S.T.A.R. and Mecklenburg County Aid Displaced Homemakers
POSTED June 9, 2008 – A group of displaced homemakers in Mecklenburg County has new energy and ideas about their prospects, thanks to their recent participation in “Adventures in Attitudes.” The workshop was conducted by Mary Elizabeth Murphy, Managing Director of S.T.A.R. Resources, in cooperation with the Mecklenburg County Women’s Commission. Class members celebrated with a graduation ceremony that featured a luncheon and fashion show (with students as models) at the University Hilton.
“Adventures in Attitudes teaches you to change negative attitudes into positive, high-energy performance,” explains Murphy. “When difficult situations occur, your buttons are going to get pushed – there’s no doubt about that. The question is: how do you respond? How do you reset your buttons and adjust your attitude?” Course content included Effective Listening, Developing Communication Skills, Attitude Awareness, Dealing with Emotions, Understanding People, … Read More »
S.T.A.R. Resources – Resource LinksLet S.T.A.R. Resources be your resource for business and career growth.
The links below are to individuals, businesses, and organizations that we fully endorse!
My Team of Experts
Specializes in positve public relations for small businesses.
DC Virtual Office Solutions
Specializes in offering virtual assistance support to small businesses worldwide.
Community Events and Resources
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
The Habitat ReStore is a fundraising division of Habitat for Humanity Charlotte.The ReStore accepts donations of building materials, appliances, and home furnishings and sells them to the public to raise money for Habitat.
Law Enforcement Resources
Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union
Our mission is to serve the financial needs of all Chicago Police Officers and their families in order to help them realize their life’s goals.
Chicago Police Department Memorial Foundation
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation is a not … Read More »
RESET™ Your Buttons by Mary Elizabeth Murphy
Want Better Relationships at Work and at Home?
When you learn how to RESET Your Buttons™, you’re really putting to use a skill set that is absolutelly necessary for anyone working with other people in a professional envirnoment. Learning how to recognize the way you react to your work culture and learning how to cope with negative stimuli is an absolute must for those of us who want to succeed in business and in life.
How Full Is Your Bucket? Tom Rath & Donald O. Clifton
Exerpt: “It is possible for just one or two people to poison an entire workplace. And managers who have tried moving negative people to other departments to alleviate the problem know that “location, location, location” doesn’t apply to these people; they bring their negativity along with them wherever they go. Negative … Read More »
Every Dream Requires a Team!
Let’s make a plan! Whether you’re single or just starting out in the working world, a stay-at-home mom or mompreneur, a working mother or considering your next chapter, it’s still important to keep everything on track. Time management, activity coordination and planning are the keys to a successful plan.
Turn ‘brick-wall’ prospects into customers
In sales, we often find ourselves in frustrating situations. Our reactions to those situations often make the difference between closing a sale and burning a bridge. Frustration is a natural part of the sales process, whether it comes in the form of a stonewalling prospect or a vendor who won’t budge on price or quantity. Many sales careers are stunted by salespeople who rammed their heads into a brick wall rather than finding a way to get past it.
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