This course focuses on the topics of engagement and motivation in the workplace; understanding the underlying principles related to motivation; and several practices toward creating a more motivating environment in order to achieve individual and organizational peak performance.
This course offers managers, supervisors, and team leaders the opportunity to learn principles, practices and behaviors to enhance their effectiveness. This course focuses on goal setting; understanding and fulfilling roles and accountabilities in the office; specific challenges in transitioning to management positions in offices of attorneys general; and the importance of recognizing and using alternative leadership styles.
This course focuses on practical steps for leading successful transitions. The content is also helpful to managerial leaders at all levels in the office whose roles are to offer institutional knowledge and experience, and to support the transition and implement priorities.
This course covers techniques to strengthen your emotional intelligence, and how to become better leaders within your workplace.
Resilience and mindfulness are two powerful tools that you can use to process and overcome challenges. This course covers how to harness resilience and mindfulness so you can prevail in the face of life’s unknowns.
This course covers defining characteristics of each generation, how best to work collaboratively and collectively, and how to avoid misunderstandings and conflicts with co-workers from different generations.
This course on time management is designed to help individuals achieve balance and increase your wellness quotient. This series focuses on four core areas: time management, generational diversity, resilience and mindfulness, and emotional intelligence.
This course focuses on decision making, delegation, and influence; related challenges and opportunities present in attorney general offices; and an analysis of situations and application of available tools to aid in these areas.
This course provides a framework for understanding, diagnosing, and analyzing common work performance and conduct issues.
Monica N. Anderson is the Senior Assistant Attorney General for the Correctional Law Section of the California Attorney General’s Office, which litigates civil rights actions challenging the constitutionality of prison conditions. Ms. Anderson currently supervises over 100 attorneys and 20 paralegals throughout the state of California. Through litigation of class action cases, Ms. Anderson has…