Cut time spent on staff issues by 75%. Create a proactive team that is a joy to lead.
Stop disruptive behaviour and increase productivity.
For newly formed teams, re-formed teams, and teams working their way through change initiatives like a re-structure, or responding to a crisis.
Also for well functioning teams who want to amp up their performance from good to amazing.
The Team Stuff Points of View Program
Symptoms in your teams
Staff lack resilience and are often emotional at wok.
Back biting and white-anting.
Pleasant when present, nasty when not.
Pessimism and negativity.
Resistant to change.
Reactive and critical.
What you want instead:
Enthusiastic and hard working team.
Stable and focused staff.
They work as hard as you do.
Individuals are keen to learn and participate.
Team is known as savvy and collaborative.
The fundamentals of emotional intelligence allow us to see and understand each other better. When individuals become aware of their own point of view and how it intersects with others’, then they are better ale to respond effectively, with compassion. This improves team harmony.
Three half day workshops
Module 1. People Map Reading
People have behaviours that you can read like a map. Understanding how people prefer to operate, why they like certain styles and not others, will do huge wonders for increasing both understanding and empathy. When we understand behaviour, emotions ease and attitudes back off. You’ll learn about individual behaviours, strengths and how to better build rapport and engagement with team members.
Module 2. Emotional Aikido
Emotions are energy that can be re-directed, like an enemy is disarmed (without doing harm) in Aikido. When we know how to identify, observe, and redirect emotional energy, we become masters of our personal state. Learn how to experience emotions without being driven by them. Learn to manage and control emotions no matter what is going on. Develop resilience and personal fortitude.
Module 3. Uncover Brain Bugs
Our paleolithic brain is ill-equipped to deal with the rate and volume of stimulating inputs. It’s one of the reasons we jump to conclusions, make snap judgments, and otherwise trip ourselves up. We need to interrogate our thinking and our thought processes if we are going manage the mess of what we’ve created. Learn to listen for blindspots, bias, and assumptions - the stuff that gets in the way of real communication.