A dialogue and
investigation with peers on the following questions and challenges.
The pace of change is what has changedradically and forever. Yet we crave
predictability and control. This paradox is a central dilemma impacting our
ability to lead teams through change. Questions you may be asking
How do we best address resistance to
How do we obtain real buy-in and
How do we change long standing
We will explore precisely where resistance to change comes from, how
it leads to self-limitation and exactly what steps are most effective in
converting resistance to change to positive action towards a more desirable
future. As well, we will outline a process for buy-in on major change
initiatives that helps ensure real commitments are achieved.
believe teams are the best vehicles for driving real change, tapping our
people's creative contributions and sustaining high performance. Yet we are
frustrated when we see teams bogging down, in conflict, falling short of the
How Can Teams Actualize High Performance?
Conflict is inevitable
in high performance teams. How it's handled determines whether it derails
performance and morale or leads to breakthrough solutions and increased
synergy. We will demonstrate how to harvest "increased intelligence" from
actual team conflicts through an experiential exercise.
impacting organizations present unprecedented challenges to leaders. Customers
are more demanding, competition is keener, the work force is more diverse, the
shelf life for solutions is shrinking. Loss of control is rampant.
How Do We Lead in
Leaders need to let go
rather than to hold on. One key is understanding trustwhat builds it and
what breaks itin ourselves and others. Sustained high performance comes
from a context of trust. We will explore how leaders can build that context by
balancing support with accountability.
A recent training industry
(ISA) study found that senior management is most concerned about two issues:
profitability and competitiveness.
Will Profitability and
Competitiveness be Addressed?
Yes. As the study notes:
"Team effectiveness and being more competitive are directly linked by
executives; their belief is that the team approach is the way to become more
competitive and raise productivity." This will be the central focus this
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