We have discovered that achieving sustained employment for the chronically unemployed and under-employed and those needing to further their education requires them to learn to think differently. While there are no quick fixes, change is possible. Our clients have a sincere desire to build a better life for themselves and their children. What they lack is a step-by-step plan for success and someone to be accountable to as they walk the plan out. LifeSkills will assist them in their soft job skill performance and increase their knowledge of the hidden rules of the workplace.
Our Mentor/Metamorphosis program [which emphasizes change] offers the training and hands-on activities that engage participants in a profitable learning experience. These sessions are taught via seminars, workshops, and conference calls. Topics include but are not limited to:Interpersonal Communications
Dressing for Success
The Job Application
Don’t Sweat the Interview
Blueprint for Workplace Success
Is the Customer Always Right?
Help! My Boss is Difficult!
How to Have a Successful Relationship with Your Childcare Provider
Working 9 to 5 (What a Way to Make a Living!)
AIDS Education & Awareness
Stand By Your Man?
Discover Your Destiny
Overcoming A Poverty Mentality
Spiritual Growth and Development
Characteristics of an Over-comer
The LFW curriculum includes all workshop topics and activities formatted in an easy to read, easy to use booklet. Program participants as well as instructors will find this essential and practical for classrooms and personal studies.
Our newspaper Aspire, published in partnership with the Augusta Chronicle, serves as a tool that keeps us in touch with our clients. The editorials, articles, stories, fun facts, and columns are an extension of the LifeSkills program and help to reinforce topics taught in the sessions. This periodical speaks specifically to the community of families we work with – enabling us to reach a broader market and wider range of community residents.
The LifeSkills program features weekly conference calls for program participants. These conference calls have proved to be enlightening and informative for each caller. The topics presented are work related, relationship and family oriented; taught from the LifeSkills curriculum. We address real, everyday issues and provide strategic planning methods and applications that work toward resolving those issues. The benefits of the conference call training include:
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