Future-of-Work changes are having a great impact on talent throughout organizations, affecting how your managers lead, develop, and motivate their teams to perform.
Decentralized, multigenerational, and blended teams benefit from modified leadership styles, management methods, and tools to collaborate effectively in a fast-paced business environment.
Our workshops – BRIDGING GAPS, WORKING EVERYWHERE, and INTEGRATED LEADERSHIP – help your managers and teams adapt and succeed in the new world of work.
Managing a Decentralized Workforce:
Office and team schedules and dynamics are changing: Employees now have more flexibility and responsibility in order to respond effectively to marketplace changes; and independent contractors and freelancers are being utilized in growing numbers.
This workshop reviews the new variety of interactions and activities experienced by a widely-dispersed workforce which present potential challenges and opportunities to address. Interactive exercises help teams understand how, when, and where they work at their best. Managers find out how to motivate, monitor, assess, and support the flexible and remote worker mix effectively so they can perform at the highest levels. Contact us for more details.
Learning the Languages of Collaboration:
The multigenerational workforce appears to bring starkly different values, expectations, meanings, technology-savvy, and mindsets together. Teams have fun learning how to communicate effectively, discovering where and why misunderstandings happen--bridging all kinds of individual differences.
Workshop sessions explore common context to stimulate constructive communication and collaboration so everyone’s experience and expertise is contributed and appreciated. Contact us to get more information about this workshop.
The Missing Link for Leaders:
“Command and Control” directives from the top are transitioning to more empathetic, integrated leadership styles. This workshop helps executives and team leaders throughout your organization build more trust-based connections and have more productive interactions.
Tangible examples and engaging sessions demonstrate how empathy creates compelling new relationships. Managers experience how better understanding and addressing individual needs, preferences, and situations improve the outcomes for them and their teams.