Increase initiative, empowerment, engagement and overall productivity/performance through a “clearing the air” process
Skills-based training, while essential to any organization, may be ineffective if it’s obscured by any negative morale. Facilitation works specifically with existing “hot spots” in employee morale or group dynamic dysfunction in an effort to create more productivity. Facilitated discussion with a conflict management approach creates a stronger alignment between individual, team and corporate vision. These sessions also promote a high level of self-discovery, leading to greater confidence and positivity. The structure of these sessions is looser and more free-flowing than traditional training sessions, giving the facilitator the flexibility to guide the session towards the “hot zones” as defined by the participants. This insures a high level of engagement and buy-in.
Specifically designed for:
Newly created or tightly knit teams looking to establish a closer and more productive bond. The sessions also support existing groups or individuals navigating organizational transition and other stress-inducing situations in small, medium and large size companies. The ideal group size is 12-25 participants.
Using powerful listening and coaching skills, the facilitator ensures that each participant has a chance to hear and be heard.
Facilitated sessions run from 2 hours to 2 days, depending on client needs, and are preceded with an in-depth discovery process which taps a cross section of company levels to uncover as much as possible about current barriers, challenges and desired outcomes for the participant group. This broader style of discussion allows for an exchange of experiences which breeds greater trust and understanding. Once the air is cleared, participants are freed up to create new ways of moving forward together.
Benefits to your organization
- Increased initiative, empowerment, engagement and overall productivity and performance
- Stronger alignment between individual, team and corporate vision
- Increased positivity, creativity and collaboration
- Decreased stress and increased job satisfaction
- Greater awareness of the relationship dynamics within an organization
- Practical approach for dealing with conflict when (not if) it arises.