Many of our Leading a Winning Team modules can be delivered as a standalone workshop for your team or department. This high impact, high engagement workshops teach teams valuable communication and leadership skills, while building cohesion and unity within the group.
Some examples of our workshops include:
- Communicating and Motivating using DISC/Motivators
Participants will complete a DISC and Motivators assessment and bring the report to your Jumpstart session. This 50-page report will give you an understanding of your behavioral styles and offer suggestions on how to develop specific areas for higher levels of effectiveness when working with your team and others. This assessment can also provide a window of understanding for the leaders you report to in order to create a clearer understanding into your perspective and communication style.
DISC assessments lead to a keener self-awareness and communicating with others. Motivators are a window into what TRULY motivates those around you and how leaders, by understanding those, can more effectively motivate people.
- Team On!
You will complete a Cortex Team Strengths assessment that will help to better understand which of the 4 phases of a project cycle you prefer to work within. Ideally, teamwork proceeds sequentially from initiation to ideation, elaboration, and completion. But research shows that teams often diffuse their efforts by spending time on work they prefer to do, often skipping essential phases.
You will be given a timed, management challenge that will assist you in a tangible example of how to execute the 4 phases of the Team Work Cycle.
By discovering your strengths you will learn which areas of projects you will bring the most value to and how to support others when they are operating in their strength zones.
- Make Shift Happen through The Empowerment Dynamic (TED)
This interactive presentation will explain the difference between a successful and an unsuccessful mindset and how to coach yourself and others to make the shift. Using TED – The Empowerment Dynamic, a tool developed by David Emerald, you will learn more methods on how to challenge, coach and create a winning position during any situation for yourself or others. More importantly, you and your team will learn how to steer clear of the Dreaded Drama Triangle and Make a Shift to The Empowerment Dynamic. The ability to make this shift quickly is the foundation of emotional discipline.
You’ll never deal with time the same way again after learning the Cortex Method of time design. This practical, interactive, learning module, supported by an ebook and audiobook version, on time management will teach you how to design your time for the highest levels of personal and team productivity and effectiveness.
- Conversational Intelligence
Conversations based on a high level of trust can be transformative to a relationship, team or organization. Without it, your conversations are transactional and positional in nature which rarely leads to the change you want to see. Your brain has a trust valve that when we learn how to operate it properly can help each of us create a level of safety with one another that will lead to higher level thinking, understanding and more effective execution.
Regardless of your position on a team or in an organization, building and maintaining trust is essential for reaching the deeply satisfying outcomes you want to achieve. This practical module, based on the work by Judith Glaser in her groundbreaking research published in the book, Conversational Intelligence: How Great Leaders Build Trust & Get Extraordinary Results will teach you who to more effectively communicate with your peers, customers and bosses.
- The Currency of Trust
This powerful communication tool has multiple applications. You will learn the 6 elements of trust, which include Sincerity, Involvement, Competence, Standards, Reliability, and Time.
- Identify Your Team’s Core Values
For newly formed teams as well as teams that have operated together for decades, understanding and agreeing to a set of core values is an essential element of success. A team’s values guide the actions and decisions of all team members toward achieving their highest level outcomes.
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