Continuously grow and develop yourself and your teams
A range of trainings focused on some of the key skills organizations need to develop to manage the ever changing landscape to sustain and increase innovation and collaboration. Ranging from individualised leadership development programmes, team trust and effectiveness facilitations to giving and receiving constructive feedback, conflict management and focus and time management .
There is a high focus on practicing during trainings. Parts of the training is co created with the attendees as people learn and retain learnings more when self awareness is raised rather than being told. This is followed up with exercises/learnings that can be implemented in your daily work, ensuring learnings are implemented, continuously improved and sustained.
Trainings are tailored towards your unique needs and challenges faced and available for groups or one-on-one.
Leadership training for new managers
Lead with clarity, motivate, engage and develop your team
In your old role as an employee, your main focus was on accomplishing your tasks. Now, your main focus is on helping others accomplish their tasks.
It’s your responsibility to listen and pay attention to the needs of your employees to help them not only achieve the collective goals of your team but to also invest in their development. A broad range of topics can be covered based on your unique needs:
Defining and communicating objectives and strategy with clarity
Setting clear goals and expectations
Time management and prioritisation
Establishing mutual trust and respect
Providing constructive feedback to support growth and development
Identifying your teams unique strengths to build a high performing team
There is a 3 month and 6 month programme available for new managers
Laying the foundation for trust building within teams
Increase team engagement, innovation and effectiveness
Psychological safety is the shared belief that a team is safe for interpersonal risk taking. Based on a Forbes study, without this sense of safety, organizations lose important mindshare because team members don't raise their hands with new ideas, or with emerging concerns and threats to the project or company. In other words – it is really hard to have a high performing team if you don’t have psychological safety. This is also supported by Googles Project Aristotle study of what constitutes a high performing team.
This 1 day workshop focuses on:
Identifying values of team members to nurture perspective and understanding
Identifying behaviors that erode trust and build trust
Actions team can take to start building trust within the team
Optional: Follow up once a month with team over 3 month period to check status, challenges faced and devise how to move forward and progress.
Feel free to contact me for a free survey to assess trust levels within your team.
Giving and receiving constructive feedback
Deliver feedback that is reflected upon, creates self- awareness and inspires development
Providing constructive feedback is an invaluable skill that every leader and employee needs to master. For doing so constructively not only strengthens relationships but is also a critical component of personal growth and development.
This half day workshop is best conducted in small groups and participants have the opportunity to put concepts learned into practice during the workshop.
Enhance your ability to openly address issues of conflict constructively
Managing conflict is important because high levels of negative conflict can cause employee disengagement, high turnover as well as decreased productivity.
This one day facilitation is ideally suited for teams or individuals and focuses on:
Recognizing and managing emotional triggers
Identifying the source of conflict
Understanding the perspective of others
Identifying solutions through active listening and openness
Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss case studies to explore how these concepts can be applied.
Focus and time management
Transform time poverty to time abundance
The constantly increasing rate of technological advancement, opportunities and information available to us and social change is speeding up the pace of business and life itself, leaving most of us feeling time-poor. To navigate through this and invest our time/energy wisely in what fulfills us, professionally and personally, requires us to gain clarity on WHAT is important to us and WHY.
Awareness of goals personally and professionally
Understanding the value of what you do and alignment with goals
Identify what energizes and depletes your energy
Identifying daily energy patterns and best times of day for specific tasks
Aligning time with goals