Helping Organizations Create, Develop and Build Cultures of Respect. The Institute of Respect
Pretend you received a voice message this morning on your way to work that went something like this: “Hey, I’m calling to give you a heads-up about a huge conflict in your department today. Everyone is angry and in an uproar about something. Better hurry and get here to try to diffuse the situation!”
We believe that universities need outstanding leadership at all levels in order to foster excellence in learning, scholarship, and public service. Our program is to help new and experienced academic leaders strengthen the skills that will help them build great institutions.
If you are looking for an edge that will help you develop and retain desirable executives, increase performance and productivity and achieve both qualitative and quantitative improvements, consider Executive Coaching.
How willing are you to collaborate with someone who is egocentric, judgmental, condescending and who refuses to listen? If you’re like most of us, the answer is “Not at all.” Yet collaboration has become increasingly important to achieve personal and professional success in today’s business climate.
Establishing genuine respect is the first step in every personal and professional relationship. This program helps you create respect-based relationships with colleagues and associates to inspire them to contribute ideas…
Take your team to the next level with one of our dynamic teambuilding workshops, uniquely tailored for each group. Whether you want to roll up your sleeves and pick up a paintbrush, play fun-filled experiential games or perform a Broadway musical, we have an event that is perfect for your team’s needs.
Developing exceptional, innovative leaders and teams is Dennis Morris’ passion, and it’s what drives the work of his company, Institute Of Respect. Dennis is the creator of respect based learning programs that are tailored to help executives and managers understand the power of respect, and how it can be used to develop highly effective leaders and teams, resulting in more meaningful–and more prosperous–relationships with clients and colleagues. He was the first executive coach and consultant in the U.S. to offer respect based leadership programs such as Leading With Respect, Respect-Driven Communication and Coaching With Respect. Since 2010, respect has been the cornerstone and operating principle of his executive coaching and consulting practice.
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Institute of Respect’s Newest Program
BYLAWS BALANCING YOUR LIFE AND WORK STORY
Work-life balance summit exclusive to six dual career couples
For dual-career couples that strive to have both gratifying careers and a fulfilling personal/family life, striking a balance can be exhausting—especially when ever-increasing job demands coincide with major life events, such as marrying, home ownership, and having children.
Unfortunately, millennials weren’t taught work-life balance in high school, college, or graduate school. And their Baby Boomer parents—who had little control over how and when they worked; many of whom waited until retirement to really live life—didn’t provide that role model.
I understand. And, that’s exactly why I created what may be the first and only workshop of its kind: BYLAWS.
BYLAWS is built upon a critical lesson they don’t teach you in MBA or PhD programs, or at leadership workshops: your greatest ally in life isn’t your boss, your mentor or the CEO—it’s your partner.
A healthy marriage supports an equally robust and prosperous work community. A positive and supportive partner can make your work more inspiring and purposeful. Homes and offices are integrated systems. When work-life pressures are in imbalance, both systems suffer. Conflict resolution in one system will benefit the other as well.
When you’re happier at home, you’re more productive at work. Everyone wins: you, your spouse, your children, your employer, your colleagues, and your customers.