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Team Leadership Seminars

Our team leadership training seminars turn internal enquiry into external practice. You enrol your team and organisational stakeholders in the vision, maximising their innovation and creativity as they collaborate to achieve it.

The outcome is peace, fulfilment and the good returns arising from your organisation’s valued contribution to society.

Seminar: Characteristics of Teams that Pull Together

What it is to be a leader

Aims

 

Is your team of stars not performing? Team performance is less a function of the amount of talent in your team than of how you  combine what you have. Team collaboration is down to team culture and team culture is down to you.

 

This interactive seminar is about the being of leadership and examines how leadership style can create the conditions that ignite the combined intelligence of your team, enabling it to innovate, create, and deliver.

 

A team that collaborates can achieve more than the sum of its stars.

Objectives

  • To recognise the conditions that are toxic and can stifle team effectiveness

  • To understand the conditions required to bring about a team culture of innovation, creativity, and achievement.

  • To look at how introducing integrity into your operations can improve productivity, profit, and well-being.

Outcomes

 

Participants learn how history and psychology combine to promote command and control leadership, so toxic for team cohesion, collaboration and creativity.

 

We examine the benefits of servant leadership in which the leader coaches members of the team toward their vision.

 

We then add the dimension of leading to enrol all stakeholders in the organisational vision, including the community and environment, to create through the power of relationship, the win-win for all that is conscious leadership.

Seminar: Leading Teams that Work

What you do as leader

Aims

 

Leader, why were you promoted? Wit and skill, or your ability to lead? How’s that going?

 

Want to inspire your team, improve productivity, achieve shorter more successful team meetings, meetings with clients, colleagues, one-on-ones and presentations? This seminar explores the practice of leadership, at what great leaders actually do.

 

If you lead a firm, team, or a project, or are about to, this is for you.

Objectives

  • To review leadership styles and be aware of a default leadership style that can be toxic and lead to team failure.

  • To review another leadership style that can inspire and have the team and stakeholders pulling together toward their compelling future.

  • To distinguish what leaders have to physically (and mentally) do  to take themselves and their stakeholders from where they are now to their compelling vision.- including when they’re not there.

Outcomes

  • To review leadership styles and be aware of a default leadership style that can be toxic and lead to team failure.

  • To review another leadership style that can inspire and have the team and stakeholders pulling together toward their compelling future.

  • To distinguish what leaders have to physically (and mentally) do  to take themselves and their stakeholders from where they are now to their compelling vision.- including when they’re not there.

Seminar: Knock on the door of innovation

Learning from failure

Aims

 

Firms and teams with a no-blame culture, that can analyse mistakes and failures, are more likely to learn and innovate faster than their competitors, and avert larger, more catastrophic disasters.

 

Fear of failure undermines a team’s ability to innovate and create – potentially its greatest competitive advantage.

 

In this seminar find out how to create an environment in which people in pursuit of success reveal and learn from their failures.

Objectives

  • To explore how creation of a culture in which discussion and analysis of failure can be vital to an organisation’s success.

  • To understand how different types of failure can relate to different types of organisation.

  • To learn how to create a learning culture.

Outcomes

 

You will learn that different sorts of organisation produce different sorts of failures which can remain undetected according to the culture of the team/organisation and which then render the organisation vulnerable to disaster.

 

You will learn the leadership style that creates a culture in which failures are surfaced for examination and learning rather than suppressed for fear of blame and finger pointing.

 

Participants recognise that if you want to grow, failures, like Guinness, are good for you.

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