Lead by Example Series – Employee Engagement

Overview

The Three Signs of a Miserable Job, a workshop based on the book by Patrick Lencioni,  gives managers a framework and tools to engage, motivate, and retain employees by eliminating the three primary causes of job misery: Anonymity, Irrelevance and Immeasurement. At first, these three causes may seem obvious and easy to resolve. Yet, often remain unaddressed by even the most well-meaning managers. Those willing to make the commitment will enjoy a loyal, productive and enthusiastic workforce that will be a differentiator in today’s competitive landscape.

The Model

Anonymity

People cannot be fulfilled in their work if they are not known. All human beings need to be understood and appreciated for their unique qualities by someone in a position of authority.

Irrelevance

Everyone needs to know that their job matters, to someone. Anyone. Without seeing a connection between the work and the satisfaction of another person or group of people, an employee simply will not find lasting fulfillment.

Immeasurement

Employees need to be able to gauge their progress and level of contribution for themselves. They cannot be fulfilled in their work if their success depends on the opinions or whims of another person.

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“It inspired me to be more positive”

“We have joined together as never before”

“Helped remind me to treat my colleagues as I would want to be treated”

“This is the first workshop I have fully attended AND enjoyed”

Characteristics of Engaged Employees

Organizations, leaders and managers willing to address the Three Signs of a Miserable Job will experience at the conclusion of this 1 or 2 day workshop Engaged Employees who:

  • Find fulfillment, enthusiasm and passion in their work
  • Show more attention to detail
  • Develop a sense of ownership and pride in their work
  • Pitch-in in areas outside of their own responsibility
  • Stay within the organization; thereby, reducing turnover
  • Help attract other quality employees

 

 

 

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Lead by Example Leadership Series – Handling Adversity

Workshop Overview

A 1/2 or full day workshop to discuss fear in the workplace. We will teach leaders how to counteract fear and adversity in the workplace by building on their own courage and that of their staff.

Skills To Gain

  • Learn about the 3 different types of courage and when (and how) to use each
  • Gain insight into your own “courage history” so you can use your past to strengthen your future
  • Understand the impact fear has on a personal organizational performance
  • Learn about two distinct ways of leading, and approaches for inspiring more courageous behaviors among the people with whom you work
  • Develop and action plan for extending the value of the workshop
  • Step up to challenges more readily, embrace change more fully, and speak up more asserively

Workshop Details

Courage is the first virtue of leadership success. Leaders require courage to make bold decisions even when there are dissenters, to say what needs to be said no matter the consequences  and to place their trust in those they manage. The Courageous Leadership workshop introduces a new organizational development practice called courage-building. This leadership development training is commonly combined with other of our leadership workshops. We can work with up to 40 people in one setting and can customize this workshop to address the specific needs of your organization.

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* Required

“It inspired me to be more positive”

“We have joined together as never before”

“Helped remind me to treat my colleagues as I would want to be treated”

“This is the first workshop I have fully attended AND enjoyed”

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Lead by Example Leadership Series – Building Trust

Workshop Overview

A 1 or 2 day workshop to teach leaders how to integrate the Five Dysfunctions model within the teams they lead on their journey to address the many pitfalls that teams face as they seek to “row together”. We will discuss further the the fundamental causes of organizational politics and team failure and what leaders can do to solve it.

Skills To Gain

  • Feel safer and less vulnerable within the team due to the absence of trust
  • Stop seeking artificial harmony over constructive passionate discussion
  • Improve team commitment and increased buy in to the organizational mission
  • Reduce individual ducking of responsibility and raise sub par standards
  • Eliminate desire for personal success, status and ego before team success

Workshop Details

This leader training works with the team building workshop, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team. During this onsite workshop we will help leaders provide a structure to deepen their understanding of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team in order to effectively apply the material with their own teams. revamp company culture and transform the organization to one of trust, respect, honor and responsibility.  For teams that want to gauge their progress over tie, a Team Assessment Comparison Report is available that shows teams performance over time. With this workshop, we can work with up to 40 people in one setting.

Would you like to book a workshop? Do you need more information? Fill out this form and someone will contact you shortly

* Required

“It inspired me to be more positive”

“We have joined together as never before”

“Helped remind me to treat my colleagues as I would want to be treated”

“This is the first workshop I have fully attended AND enjoyed”

Request More Info

Contact us today to see how we can help transform your office, agency or organization.

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