With over 30 years of experience in business
consulting, Dr. Sylvia Lafair is a global authority on workplace
relationships: developing leaders, aligning teams, and creating cultures of
Sylvia provides proven solutions for both emerging leaders and seasoned
executives to elevate productivity and profitability.
Whether you and your company need 1) effective tools to grow leaders 2)
proven methods to resolve disputes or 3) techniques to activate cooperation,
Sylvia will show you how to find the root of issues that get in the way of
optimum functioning to improve morale and increase income.
Working with Sylvia is your chance to leap over what usually gets swept under
the rug. Her unique methods give you the way “OUT” (OBSERVE, UNDERSTAND,
TRANSFORM) behaviors that repeat and repeat and lead down paths to nowhere.
Sylvia’s system can help you whether you are an entrepreneur, large
corporation or family firm. Her strategies are time tested and have been used
worldwide. She teaches techniques to PRACTICE SAFE STRESS that decrease sick
days, legal hassles, and constant conflict and help companies maintain both
employee and customer satisfaction.
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Probably my favorite business book is Sylvia Lafair’s “Don’t Bring It To Work”. In this evergreen book, Sylvia describes how people can transcend the limitation of their family background to become better workers.
- Geoffrey James, author and business blogger, “Sales Source” Column on Inc.com
Three words come to mind to describe Sylvia’s presentations - insightful, trust-worthy, and accelerator. She accelerates insight, which leads to change. I have made changes in my leadership and relationship building skills by being in her workshops.
- Nancy Singer, R.Ph., Leader, Enterprise Learning, Merck
One of the most original and useful books on the family/work/life balance issue.
- Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor of Business, University of Southern Californiaread more →
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