Working with your strengths
Conscious use of strengths to achieve results for oneself and for the organisation (strength-based approach).
Less firefighting, smoother processes, projects delivered on time and budget, sense of empowerment within the organisation.
Increased self-regulation and emotional awareness will lead to a strengthened leadership position.
Developing effective work habits
High performance habit(s) that are role-modelled and, thus, spread to the entire organisation.
Setting and achieving goals
A progress-oriented organisation and individuals that walk their talk by delivering results.
Effectively managing time
Time spent on the real important tasks; basis for a healthy work-life balance and burnout prevention.
Achieving better results in less time.
Faster and better decisions.
Leaders who walk their talk and inspire their teams.
A team culture where values and behaviours are aligned and followed by all team members.
Knowing you team
Highly motivated and performing teams because they can build on their strengths
A manager who creates an environment in which a team can strive towards high productivity and quality.
Achieving results as a team
Clear cascade from company goals, to department goals to team goals. Team members that motivate each other.
More time for the manager to work on her priorities. An empowered and motivated team.
Giving and receiving feedback
Feedback as natural component of a manager’s skill set. An organisational DNA that strives to become better each day.
Performance ratings that are objective and fair and outcome-driven development conversations
Reduced risk of misunderstanding, conscious use of non-verbal communication and increased active listening skills
Employees who are happy to participate in productive meetings. Significantly increased productivity and reduced overall workload as well as stress level due to reduced number of meetings.
Dealing with stakeholders
Identifying and coping with conflicting interests.
Dealing with difficult situations
Manager’s ability to actively address conflicts early-on and to prevent personal conflicts in a team.
Reduced information asymmetry in organisations through better networks. Access to thought leaders and inspiring people.
Participants will have at least one mentor at the end of the program.
Effectively use influencing techniques without manipulating others.
Better outcomes for you and your organisation.