While the whole world has been in the grip of the greatest recession of a lifetime, we have thought, "What kind of program can we offer our clients that will promote learning and development and help senior teams, management teams, and all other teams become efficient, appreciative, strengths-based, and take on this tough economy?" We have heard from a lot of companies that some important people-related issues have gone unattended and more folks are working independently, rather than interdependently. On top of all the unattended issues, we have been receiving a mountain of information that tells us that people are disconnected from their organizations and are feeling underappreciated and undervalued. We thought many of you might appreciate a way to begin again or renew those valuable relationships with your people.
We came up with an inexpensive way to help teams and departments to understand diversity (in self and in others), create clear expectations, give and receive feedback, design guidelines for handling conflicts and turning team/departmental challenges into strengths using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), which most of you know is our favorite diversity tool. We decided that we needed to spread the word about how successful this process has been for many of our clients.
The process works like this:
The results have been tremendous. Here are some outcomes as a result of one we recently facilitated:
The benefits are many and the team is refreshed and ready for any challenge that may come their way. We provide personal and team coaching when needed. We offer these workshops in a variety of ways: As one four-hour workshop on a slow day of the week or a Saturday, two two-hour workshops in the evenings or early mornings or lunch and learns, or facilitate the workshop during a normal workday. We also have the room to facilitate teams with up to 15 people. We understand that our clients need us to be flexible and we are happy to facilitate the process on your schedule and at our learning office.
For more information, please contact me at 207-653-2552 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope you enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday!!