For Your Team?
You want a team that is consistently in a high performing bracket. You want this team to be dynamic and open and brilliant and constantly producing high quality work. You want this team to be hugely successful and enjoying their work and totally engaged in the positive environment this team develops, designs, produces, and creates. You want to be constantly wowed and proud to present the results this team produces regularly to your upper management.
Your reality is this team has a bunch of very intelligent egos who just can't seem to get their act together. Or they are working together but you know they are capable of so much more. Something is holding this team of yours back and you can't quite put your finger on it. But man if you could get them to solve this, you know they would take the world by storm.
Perhaps you intuitively know this, but teams with high levels of emotional quotient (EQ) consistently outperform those with strong IQ. Why? To a large degree, it is a result of intelligently handling 'difficult to manage' emotions. Emotions, not handled properly, can lead to a breakdown where the simplest tasks end up taking more energy than required, resulting in not only impaired innovation, but a diminished ability to solve key business issues.
In This Workshop Your Team will Learn:
- To challenge each other's emotional intelligence - requiring them to operationalize two key emotional intelligence competencies: self-awareness and emotional management
- To bring greater clarity to the blockers of team performance (such as default behaviors that impact other team members in a negative way)
- To have Courageous Conversations and uncover what is "not being said" ultimately creating barriers to building more trusting relationships
- Tools and techniques that associate behaviors with the cause - without a discussion of the cause that is driving a behavior, dissecting the behavior becomes impossible
- Accountability: there is an opportunity to create post-work where managers choose an accountability task so that after the program they are both:
- held accountable to the task (why did they not if it was one that they chose to do?)
- as well as held accountable to the way they step into difficult conversations with each other
Formats For This workshop:
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