Experts in People, Systems and Process Solutions
Duration 1 – 2 day(s)
Values alignment is the difference between flow and working really hard to NOT achieve the desired results.
While organisational values are recognised as a foundational element of high performing teams, aligning the leadership team’s values is often missed in the business and the price paid is three-fold, including in results, increased stress and loss in productivity.
Not aligning the team’s values is like driving a powerful boat in perfect weather conditions with a heavy anchor dropped. It makes no sense, but that is almost often the reality. A lot of fuel and effort expended to go a very small distance, a lot of the leadership team’s time and energy spent keeping their teams marginally focused while the results continue to not align to the expected results.
Benefits of Having the Leadership Team Aligned to the Organisation’s Values are:
This workshop is highly recommended for all leadership teams at least once a year, but especially when there has been a change within the team OR a change in the leadership of the leadership team OR if the organisation has gone through change or transformation.
The workshop is designed to be dynamic, immersive, fun and fast paced to enable an aligned leadership team to move forward with ease in leading the organisation to the next level.
This workshop will be customised specifically for your team by Glass Rock Solutions, including for management, leadership, sales and project teams.
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