9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.: Inspirational Leadership and Trust
For organizations to thrive in an environment that is increasingly globalized, faster, and more uncertain, complex, and ambiguous, they must build trust. High performing teams innovate, adapt, and conquer the unknown. They accomplish what other teams find impossible through encouraging, building and nurturing trust. These teams have reduced turnover, higher engagement, greater innovation, and increased fulfillment. While inspiration gets people to take the first step and follow in the calm, trust gets people to climb the hill and brave the storm. Building this trust resides in simple learned behaviors that when understood and practiced, create greater trust and resulting accelerated performance.
• Inspirational leadership – know where inspiration comes from and how to inspire others
• Defining leadership behaviors – identify the behaviors to model in your daily culture, examined across industry
• Time is the currency of leadership - develop awareness of where you are spending it
• Trust model - gain knowledge of the four critical components of trust and the behaviors necessary to build it (built in collaboration with the US Navy Seals)
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.: Lunch and networking
1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.: Creating an Environment of Intrinsic Motivation
Between rewards and consequences lies the environment of ownership and accountability. Using a framework of purpose, personal engagement, alignment of systems, feedback, capability, and measurement, we’ve created a construct for leaders to gain awareness and adapt their cultural environment to encourage greater intrinsic motivation and accountability to themselves, fellow leaders, direct team, and customers.
We will showcase the blueprint on creating this environment by focusing on these key drivers, for self and team:
• Purpose – is the goal clearly defined and inspirational?
• Personal Engagement – do I have input into how our stated purpose is met?
• Systems – is the system I operate in aligned to our objective?
• Feedback – do my contributions matter and am I being afforded the opportunity to course correct?
• Capability – do I have the tools, resources, skills, and knowledge to complete my work with quality?
• Measurement – do I know what winning looks like?
Optional networking opportunities follow the event