Portinars Presents

ORGANIZATIONALDEVELOPMENT

Servant Leadership To Create Workplace Wellness

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COURSE OVERVIEW

This workshop grounded on the principles of the Value Wave encourages personal responsibility in the work place. With today’s fast paced expectations and environments, employees are becoming stressed while short cutting on communication, conflict and change. This deadly combination will eat away at our work environments quickly as medical leaves, sick days, stress leaves, lateral violence and less efficient work performance begin to appear.

 

Personal responsibility for one’s own wellness directly impacts the wellness of the organization.  The book “Touchstone” states, “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts”, therefore we need all “parts” fully functioning for high performance organizations to effectively reach desired outcomes.  Through experiential exercises, communication models and innovative concepts participants are able to identify their own strengths and areas of required growth for their own personal job satisfaction directly impacting the organization’s success.

KEY TOPICS COVERED

  • Coaching and Mentoring

  • Crisis Management

  • Leading with your Strengths

  • International Business

  • Marketing Strategy

  • Presenting with Integrity

  • Strategic Leadership

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Team building

  • Transferable Leadership Competencies

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WHAT PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN

  • Learn techniques for future-focused feedback.

  • Define and differentiate coaching and mentoring.

  • Identify why managers avoid coaching and mentoring.

  • Discuss a number of common cognitive biases in decision making under uncertainty.

  • Understand the focal areas of crisis management, including contingency planning, crisis recognition, crisis containment and crisis resolution.

  • Understand that communication is one of the key drivers of effective crisis management.

  • Know the full costs (and benefits) attributable to employee turnover.

  • Understand the traditional employee withdrawal process and the limitations associated with the process.

  • Understand how to properly assess employee job satisfaction and reasons for leaving, including common mistakes made by organizations.

  • Discuss the utility of strengths development for creating success.

  • Cite examples of companies using strengths and identify the usefulness of the tool for these organizations.

  • Examine the shadow side of strengths and possible negative impacts of mismanaged talents.

  • Enable participants to identify workplace behaviors, which may compromise the organization’s intellectual property (IP) interests.

  • Identify and analyze the forces underlying the globalization of economic activity.

  • Appreciate and assess the competitive implications of structural and demographic changes in the world economy.

  • Identify and discuss the organization’s competencies required for various leadership levels within the organization.

  • Define culture and the culture of company.

  • Identify stages of the change process and how to help employees work through those steps of change and transition.

  • Develop an understanding of the importance of organizational culture.

  • Learn how culture is created, how it manifests itself within the organization, and how organizations can capitalize on their own culture.

  • Learn the basics of organizational change, including why people resist change and how this resistance can be overcome.

  • Understand how culture can promote change and, in turn, how best to manage a change in culture.

  • Employ audience analysis techniques (How to answer questions, and then get back on track, etc.).

  • Establish a vision for an organization or sub-unit.

  • Manage resources effectively, especially human capital and social capital, in an ethical manner.

  • Define the strategic management process and the role the process plays in organizational success.

  • Analyze external environment and internal organization.

  • Select strategies an organization or subunit can use to reach its vision.

  • Examine the major drivers of supply chain performance.

  • Identify the impact of supply chain execution on project cost, schedule and quality.

  • Define and discuss the “twenty minute planning vs. the twenty second decision” paradox.

  • List best practices for turning a work group into a strategic team.

  • Gain additional understanding of the importance of open communication skills and trust (Exercise International).

  • Define the term “competencies” and why they are critical for employee development.

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Employees

  • Executives

  • Leaders

  • Line

  • Managers

  • Salespeople

  • Staff

  • Supervisors

REQUIREMENTS

  • Basic desktop, laptop or tablet

  • Microphone and speakers or headset with microphone

  • Webcam (optional)

EACH COURSE INCLUDES

Thoroughly researched and unabridged course materials

Course handouts delivered via email

Expert teaching, troubleshooting and in session coaching

Helpful, self-assessments to evaluate your performance session by session

Action time where you’ll get clarity on how to apply what you’ve learned

Spotlight sessions to diagnose trouble spots

An unforgettable experience

Portinars completion certificate

This course is offered in 2 different formats

Virtual Instructor Led Training

Self-Directed Training

*Discounted bulk classes are available by request

Course Time

8am-12pm  

or

 1pm-5pm

Course Length

3.5 Hours

Class Size

20 Seats Max

Format

Virtual

Interaction

High

Price

$200 per 

student

Course Time

60 Days

Course Length

3 Hours

Class Size

N/A

Format

Self-Directed

Interaction

Low

Price

$150 per

student

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING...

"Wade did an amazing job with The Value Wave.   I especially enjoyed hearing him say, “WAIT stand for ‘why am I talking.”  He was focused, knowledgeable and truly added value to everyone in the room by taking the skill of organizational development to a deeper level.  I am looking forward to improving my company going forward, and to making a better use of our people.  Thank you, Wade, for sharing your knowledge with us!"

~Dana McDonald, Goodwill, Southern Region

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