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Becoming Effective Leaders- Part 1

Effective leadership accomplishes common goals but also helps people to connect with their immense potentials and enable them to accomplish purposeful things collectively that give the individual contributors sense of personal accomplishment and fulfillment. That's when business and organizations have the power of people working for and with others in an organization, rather than organizations trying hard to find ways to get what they want from people. A greatest contribution a leader can make is to enable others to contribute effectively. Effective leadership brings together diverse people and helps them find common purpose and work towards to achieve purposeful common goals. Effective Leadership inspires and empowers people to realize their fullest potential and harness their potentials to achieve common goals

Objectives

 

  • Understand the distinction between leader and leadership

  • Understand the key roles/skills effective leaders possess

  • Understand the source of your leadership power

  • Identify your real strengths and areas to improve

  • Know your desired leadership style(s)

  • Empowering others via collaboration while building trust

  • Recognition and appreciating contributions

X-Factor Extraordinary Leaders-Part 2

What is the X-Factor that sets extraordinary leaders apart from ordinary leaders? What components of leadership are crucial as you transition into a new role as—supervisor, manager, or team lead?  How does one become an extraordinary leader without an elevated title or position? These critical questions and others are addressed in this faced paced workshop which includes a short leadership self-assessment to provide insight and self-reflection on identifying extraordinary leadership behaviors.  Participants will gain insights into strengths and opportunities to grow their leadership skills to the next level This intense 1-day class will cover leadership fundamentals, help develop leadership skills, and build team cohesion.

In this  one day course we will cover
 

·       Discover “What’s the extra that ordinary leaders need soar

·       Identify the sources of leadership power

·       Determine your dominant and secondary leadership style

·       Assess your leadership strengths and weaknesses

·       Learn the SIGNS of true strengths

·       Learn to use E.I to increase leadership effectiveness

·       Differentiate your and others conflict management styles

·       Identify empowering and disempowering language

·       Develop active listening skills

·       Learn FMD process to encourage positive accountability

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Creating a  Culture of Trust & Accountability

In today’s fast paced ever changing world there is dire need for team cohesiveness and trust. Team cohesiveness imbues a mindset in which individual members want to contribute to the group’s ability to optimally function.  This process of thinking and functioning develops over time, via collaboration, skill set improvement, interpersonal interaction and a sense of belonging. In order to create organizational subcultures with high performance teams it is crucial for team members, managers, supervisors and executives to overcome the 5 Dysfunctions of a Team as noted by Patrick Lencioni. We've all seen situations where people and groups with different goals and needs have clashed. Where needs were not effectively communicated and actions taken that led to a deterioration of trust.  This can be damaging in work environments as it decreases productivity and work life satisfaction.

 

We Will 

 

  • Discuss 5 dysfunctions of team cohesion

  • Assess your communication work styles

  • Learn to utilize communication cycle for difficult problems

  • Identify crucial personal and team values

  • Learn new tools to make accountability more fun 

  • Strategies to build trust and collaboration

  • FMD to promote accountability and deepen trust

  • Team collaboration

Dealing with Difficult People: Strangling

is not an option

In every workplace, you will encounter difficult people coworkers. Dealing with difficult coworkers, bosses, customers, clients, and friends is an art worth perfecting. Dealing with difficult situations at work is challenging, yet rewarding. You can vastly improve your own work environment and morale when you increase your ability to deal with the people at work. You also make your workplace a better environment for all when you address the problems that a difficult person is causing for the team.

 

We Will Learn

 

  • Identify difficult people and behaviors

  • Know yours and others prominent communication styles (passive, assertive, aggressive...)

  • Basic seeds that create conflict

  • Assess your conflict management style

  • 4 Imperatives of communicating with difficult people

  • Dealing Difficult personalities: (gossiper, narcissist, blamer)

  • Influencing difficult meeting personalities.

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Partnering Multi-Generational Work Styles

A team is more than a group of people who work together. A high performing team is a group of people who share a common vision, goals, metrics and who collaborate, challenge and hold each other accountable to achieve outstanding results. High performing team members hold themselves to high standards.  Solid teams are the foundation of a high performance organization and developing those teams is an effort that requires serious effort and consistent discipline. The modules in this class will not just be informational but interactive. They walk a team, through a process of learning to take responsibility to become a high performing team that takes full responsibility for their results.

 

 

We Will Work through :

 

  • Defining teams/groups

  • Characteristics of high performance teams

  • The 5 dysfunctions of team cohesion

  • The disciplines of high performance teams

  • Effective communication and communication work styles

  • Identifying conflict management style

  • Developing Team Purpose, Goals and roles

  • Building trust and collaboration

  • FMD to promote accountability and deepen trust

  • Active listening skills & Team collaboration

The Missing Peace: Managing conflict in the workplace

Conflict is a normal and natural part of any workplace. When it occurs, there is a tendency for morale to be lowered, an increase in absenteeism and decreased productivity. It has been estimated that managers spend at least 25 percent of their time resolving workplace conflicts – causing lowered office performance.

 

This one day  course you will learn:
 

  • Understand the basic seeds of conflict:
    Why it happens in the workplace

  • Assess your and others conflict response styles

  • Identify and realize the  Conflict Tactics

  • Build a Resolution Roadmap:  Diagnostic questioning

  • Learning to reframe conflict expectations

  • Learn techniques to assist with escalated tension scenarios

  • Role scenarios and situations in creating non-threatening 

  • Learn to find agreement and utilize interpersonal skills to resolve issues

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Building High Performance Teams

Today's work teams are more generationally diverse than ever. In any one company there may be people from five different generations working together, all with different career, ethics, goals and values. Whether you're Gen X team members are having trouble communicating with their iGen counterparts, or your new Millennial manager is wrestling to earn the respect of the Baby Boomers she manages, this class can help bridge the gaps that stifle productivity and morale.  A very interactive training.  This training is most productive when all the generations are represented.

 

In this one day course: 
 

  • Understand the forces that shape values and behaviors of each generation in the workplace

  • Understand and respect generational differences and commonalities

  • Increase awareness for different generational needs and motivations

  • Improve communication skills critical to bridging the generations

  • Turn negative stereotypes into positive working relationships.

  • Create an action plan to improve specific workplace relationships

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