Pilots are trained to do three things if something should go wrong: they aviate (fly the plane), then they navigate (make sure they know where they are and where they are heading) and finally they communicate (with the crew and the traffic controlers on the ground).
When it comes to working within high performance teams, this order inverts. If you want to achieve results on a high level of performance, you firstly need to know how and when to communicate clearly and effectively. Secondly, you need to navigate your goals and objectives, and finally you need to get the things done (aviate). The challenge is that clear and effective communication is the most difficult (opposed to the task of the pilot) task of the three. Communication is a highly demanding task within teams, management or leadership and is more arduous than it is to get the job done. Many projects fail because of poor communication.
We assume communication comes naturally. In essence it may, but in practice it does not. We are wired to communicate in the way which we prefer to be communicated to. Communication can therefore be the key to success, or the reason for failure as each individual has a different preference for communicating. If you understand that communication is not only in the sending of information, but also in the receiving of it, you will be astounded with the immediate results you get at work, at home or in relationships.
In this workshop we build on the knowledge of your unique patterns of thought, feeling and behaviour from a communication perspective. If there is one workshop that guarantees superior teamwork and higher engagement, it is this one.
- Understanding your unique Top 5 Talent Themes. (According to the Clifton Strengthsfinder©).
- Understanding the Talent of others.
- Talent Themes in combination.
- Basics of Strengths-Based Communication.
- Discovering your unique style of Strengths-Based Communication.
- How to draw on your Talents when Communicating.
- How to draw from your Talents when the Communication pressure is on.
- How to plan for communication from your strengths.
- Strengths Based Communication case studies.
- Your unique Communication challenges and how to face them from your strengths.
- Communication and Neuro-Science – must-know-facts on latest research.
- The Communicator as a constant learner – and how to learn from your unique strengths.
- How to communicate specifically to others within their unique strengths.
- Your Personal Communication Strength-Statement and Strategy.
- Knowledge and skill in terms of Communication best practices from a Strengths-Based perspective.
- Understanding and applying your own Communication style for maximum effectiveness.
- Skill & Knowledge on how to draw from your unique Strengths in any situation.
- Skill for effective Strength-Based Communication.
- Applying your own Strength-Based Communication Strategy in practice – from today and forever.
- Skill on how to get the most out of those you communicate to.