Leadership

Owning Company Initiatives

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Share valuable insights on owning company initiatives. A group exercise illustrates the organizational lift or drag that occurs based on team support.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • Why we sometimes hide behind upper management

  • Reasons for a lack of accountability

  • Group discussion regarding responsibility and accountability

  • The J-Curve of Accountability

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Body Language & the Power of Posture

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This module explores the power of non-verbal communication. Participants will learn how to interpret and use body language, posture and non-verbal cues to enhance their interactions with others.  In this presentation you’ll share practical examples and exercises that will increase awareness of, and ability to use non-verbal communication more openly, honestly and transparently.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • How does body language and posture affect our business?

  • The importance of body language.

  • We believe non-verbal cues over verbal cues.

  • Are you buying it?

  • Exercises

    • Falling Paper

    • Gestures List

    • Charades

    • Paper Charades

  • S.O.F.T.E.N the hardline.

  • TED talk: Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are.

 

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Adding to the Team Through Deeper Contribution

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Discover some powerful tools that will transform the quality of your in-person and remote meetings.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • Remote meeting pitfalls

  • How to keep people engaged and interested during remote meetings

  • Keys to having more effective meetings

  • The best meetings focus on idea development

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Keeping Egos In Check

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explore the role of ego, arrogance, and professional confidence has on work and relationships. In this short but pointed module, learn how to lead with confidence while keeping your feet on the ground. Ego, if left unchecked, can slide toward destructive attitudes and behaviors that end up costing your organization time and money.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • Defining ego, arrogance, and self-confidence

  • Explore when we serve ego, and when does it serve us

  • How executive hubris can harm your professional career

  • Is ego all bad?

  • 10 signs your ego is in control

  • How to drop your ego

  • How humility can make you a better leader

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Empowerment, Autonomy & Accountability

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COURSE OVERVIEW

This module examines what happens when you empower individuals and teams. Learn from industry leaders and the surprising policy Ritz Carlton employs to strengthen their business through autonomy and empowered decision-making.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • Drawbacks of micromanagement vs. the benefits of empowerment.

  • In what ways does our team deal with

    micromanagement?

  • Close management ≠ micromanagement

  • The $2,000 Rule

  • Customer loyalty can result from empowered employees

  • How to practice empowerment at work

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Compare the most common outcomes of micromanagement as compared to an empowered culture.

  • Analyze current culture and determine at least 4 ways to increase team and individual empowerment.

  • Construct an individual or team plan to implement a variation of the $2,000 rule.

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Keeping Quiet vs Speaking Up

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

As part of our communication series, this course examines two scenarios where communication had a significant impact on outcomes. Your team then look at ways to better understand when to speak up and when to be quiet.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • When to listen, when to speak up

  • Example of when it’s good to stop talking

  • Extreme consequences resulting from miscommunication

  • Master the art of speaking up

  • When to speak up

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Teamwork (Part 1)

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Through strong logic, humor and useful insights, participants learn to embrace and improve teamwork ideals.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • Some people embrace the notion “not my job”

  • The Swing: example of extreme teamwork

  • The importance of teamwork

  • Exploring teams, past and present

  • The psychology of teams

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Personal Accountability

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Gain a fresh perspective on creating cultures of accountability. In this course, we examine the the vital behaviors that distinguish good and great accountability cultures. Through guided talking points, your team will be encouraged to discuss ways to improve vertical and horizontal accountability. At the end of this course, your team will have a heightened awareness for things they can do to contribute to to a better accountability culture.

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KEY CONCEPTS

  • The surprising truth about high performing sports teams and peer-to-peer accountability

  • Understanding the difference between accountability and responsibility

  • Group discussion about creating an accountability culture

  • Methods for self-management/accountability

  • Group & self-assessments

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