Dates: October 20, 2021
Meets: W from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Location: Akron Campus, Polsky Building 550L
Course Fee: $350.00
In today's complex workplace, a leader must provide focus, timely guidance and develop their team's strengths - all, while supporting the team in the development of habits and behaviors which enhance peak performance.
We begin with a deeper understanding of the leader's approach to teamwork through The Five Behaviors® Personal Development which teaches individuals to become better teammates by integrating the model from Patrick Lencioni's book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.
The Five Behaviors® Personal Development
This powerful experience assesses an individual's approach to teamwork, provides personalized insights on how they can more effectively work with others, and teaches participants the critical behaviors and interpersonal skills needed to work together effectively.
The result is a unique and impactful team development solution that empowers individuals to rethink their approach to teamwork, shape new, more productive behaviors to increase productivity, and create a common language that completely redefines what it means to work together to build a culture of teamwork.
Lencioni's model focuses on developing high-performing teams through five key behaviors: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results.
The Five Behaviors offers adaptive, research-validated testing through an individual assessment. After taking the assessment, participants receive a precise, personalized profile that deepens their understanding of self, their work style, and others in their organization.
Additionally, there are many skills in play which enable the leader to build an effective team. With the myriad demands on the leader's skills, it may be daunting to know what to prioritize. We distill this into the most critical components which provide the anchors that allow for the right priorities.
Coaching for Peak Performance
Learning the differences between corrective and developmental coaching. Discovering how to grow employee potential through coaching. Building confidence which leads to peak performance. Building bench strength through coaching.
Understanding Employee Engagement and why it matters. Debunking myths about employee engagement and practical approaches to this concept. Building trust through employee engagement. Productive ways to include employee engagement in team direction.
Extraordinary leaders are different from other competent leaders. Extraordinary leaders are mindful of dealing with the additional challenges of a multi-generational workforce, gender issues, and unconscious bias. This segment allows the leader to learn how to navigate these challenges and discern what kind of a leader they wish to be. We address how leaders can inspire and impact performance, as well as what kind of a lasting leadership impact they want to make on their organization and team.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Course Fee||$ 350.00|
Akron Campus, Polsky Building 550L225 S. Main Street
Akron, OH 44325
|10/20/2021||Wednesday||8:30 AM to 4:30 PM||Akron Campus, Polsky Building 550L|