Supercharge Your Leadership Team: Upgrade Your Operating System
The pandemic and all of its attendant challenges require you to be a better, more adaptive, and more resilient leader. It’s what the times call for. You and your leadership team need to upgrade your personal operating system not by working harder, but by transforming the way you think.
In this program, you and your team members will learn how to harness the kind of objectivity that makes you an island of calm in the tsunami of fear and doubt. Intrigued? If so, this program is for you.
Learn whether you are an Asserter, Achiever, or Affirmer and, more importantly, what those styles mean for your everyday leadership, your ability to operate under stress, and your impact on team and organizational culture. Learn the nine attributes of “actualized” leaders, people who effectively manage their stress and are consequently more resilient and less reactive and have more willing followers. And, learn how to supercharge your leadership by harnessing and amplifying your use of the nine attributes so you are more self-actualized, and the leader you aspire to be.
Check out www.alpfree.com/arudia for a preview of your leadership style.
Upgrade Your Team’s Resilience
Your team is resilient. However, the challenges presented by COVID-19, from the stress of working at home to colleague, personal, and family wellbeing to dealing with the financial fallout, are unprecedented. This is hard. Now is NOT the time to work harder; it’s the time to invest in an upgrade in your team members’ personal operating system. It’s time to provide your team members with the tools they need so that they are energized when confronting upcoming challenges.
You and your team members will learn how to:
- Tap into strengths when needed most, including fortifying confidence, performance, and renewal;
- Recognize each person’s particular challenges, and be able to mitigate the effect of those challenges, thereby strengthening the ability to lead, manage and collaborate; and
- Use strategies for remaining effective in the face of difficulties while developing greater resilience over the long term.
This program is based on the Actualized Leader Profile.
For leaders, managers, and staff.
Intrigued? Find about more about your motive drivers and what happens when you are stressed by taking this short-form assessment www.alpfree.com/arudia.
Measure and Supercharge Your Team Culture
The program is based on the Actualized Leader Profile (“ALP”) and the Group Culture Profile (“GCP”). The former assesses each person’s leadership style as a blend of Achiever, Affirmer, and Asserter drives, explores “shadow” behaviors (the distorted ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving when under stress), and provides a score for each of the nine attributes of actualized leaders. The purpose of the ALP is to develop each team member’s:
- Leadership acumen;
- Resilience; and
- Ability to operate under stress.
This deep dive into motive drivers and their corresponding “shadow” side affords team members the insight necessary to maintain a healthy outlook, regardless of the circumstances. The ALP also provides a score on each the nine attributes of actualized leaders. The nine-attribute framework and deliberate activation of those attributes provide both the pathway to greater self-actualization, and the framework for getting oneself and others out of the “shadow.”
The GCP measures the Team’s collective personality against the ideal, and will score your team on the five dimensions of team performance (trust, communication, conflict management, participation, and purpose). The construct of the GCP (soon to be renamed the Actualized Team Profile), incorporates the leader’s and team members’ ALPs, and, for this reason pinpoints what each team member can do to improve culture, team efficacy, and results. Additionally and significantly, team members will benefit from understanding the impact of their leadership style and shadow behaviors on the teams they lead.
Each assessment only takes about 3 minutes to complete.
C-Suite Communication Skills For Today’s Challenges
The challenges of operating distanced certainly tests team members’ ability to communicate in a manner that fosters connection, collaboration, and results. In this workshop, participants will learn two communication models will amplify their ability solve problems collaboratively, creatively, and in a manner that is more likely to engage colleagues and secure buy-in. By focusing on the underlying needs, rather than strategies, The Arudia Win-Win Conversation Model establishes the framework and imparts the tools for participants to:
- Create more open communication,
- Connect and build trust more readily,
- Listen more effectively to other’s concerns, dealing proactively and positively with defensiveness, among other challenges.
Equipped with The Arudia Coaching Model, participants will be able create and hold an ambitious vision that their team believes and buys into. They will be able to develop their team members’ confidence, skills, initiative, and ownership. Coaching skills:
- Drive innovation,
- Improve team performance, and
- Create clarity and engagement in a way that everyone appreciates.
Leverage Your Own and Others’ Creativity Style; AKA Supercharge Your Collaboration
Have you ever wondered why a colleague, friend, or family member seems to approach life so differently? They are either overly structured, or not at all. Either way, the difference seems to get in the way, or does it? Learn about different problem-solving styles and what these differences means for leadership, management, and collaboration. You’ll take the Kirton Adaption-Innovation Inventory (the “KAI”), learn where you fall on the Adaption-Innovation Continuum and what that means for meetings, solving problems, and managing both up and down.
Participants will leave this workshop with:
- A framework for understanding colleagues and clients creativity and work styles, and how to “flex” one’s style to be more effective;
- Techniques leading and leveraging colleagues and client’s creativity so that work product is even better; and
- A perspective and means of transforming typical workplace annoyances into advantages.
Amp Up Your Teamwork with A Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (“MBTI”) or TypeCoach Workshop
Trust is essential for team members to work together effectively. It is created through the understanding of one’s own and team members’ perspectives and motivations. This workshop begins with the understanding of self and others and then focuses on making the most of each team member’s strengths so that neither the team nor individual potential blind spots derail success. We frame Type in the context of the Arudia Collaborative Approach, so that team members learn how to adjust communication with a focus on an effective teamwork process.
In keeping with the adage “there’s nothing more practical than a good theory,” participants will learn how understanding Carl Jung’s Theory of Psychological Type can help them to:
- Better self-manage and deal with stress;
- Recognize what colleagues need to be more effective and less stressed; and
- Be more effective and insightful with others, including being able to “read the ‘virtual’ room.”