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Strategy Planning & Team Building

Team Building

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High Impact Team Building

Who Should Attend:

Business Managers
Supervisors
Team Leaders


Course Objectives:

  • Learn techniques to develop higher levels of cooperation and teamwork
  • Recognise the critical importance of improving communication and listening skills
  • Master skills to promote effective communication and enhanced productivity
  • Identify how to promote commitment and accountability as a team member
  • Understand how to separate the people from the issues to resolve conflict
  • Obtain tips and tools for building trust and respect
  • Learn to develop flexibility as a key for creative decision-making.
Plan like a Chef

Who Should Attend:

Business Managers
Full Teams from a Department
Sales Workforce/Teams


Course Objectives:

  • Build awareness of the importance of backwards planning to meet deadlines
  • Learn how to work as a team on multiple projects all at once
  • Learn how to formulate and execute a plan, assign roles, and meet pre-set expectations
  • How to measure the effectiveness of execution by assigning milestones and quality based benchmarks.
  • Guide the team members on how to go through the 4 stages of team development (Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing)
  • Building awareness on how to manage conflict while performing under pressure
  • Celebrating success: The importance of counting team achievements
  • Creating a road map on how to avoid the pitfalls in the future while working on team projects.
The Effective Team Player

Who Should Attend:

Team Leaders
Team Members


Course Objectives:

  • All for one and one for all - Learn how to synergise personal and organisational values
  • My company - Understand how to promote a culture of ownership
  • Together we stand - Enhance higher levels of cooperation and teamwork
  • 3 2 1 Launch - Develop the motivation and skills to promote effective communication and enhances productivity
  • I’ll do it - Promote commitment and accountability as a team member
  • No one left out - Learn Win/Win Plus or Minus 2 Conflict Resolution
  • The Blue Print - Learn the roles and responsibilities of leaders and teams
  • The Pillar - Understand the dynamics and processes of trust building.

Strategy planning

Introduction to the Balanced Scorecard

Who Should Attend:

  • Senior Executives & Senior Managers
  • Strategic Planning Professionals
  • HR Managers

Course Objectives:

  • An overview of Performance Management best practices
  • An overview of the key principles and benefits of the Balanced Scorecard
  • Familiarity with the Balanced Scorecard key concepts
  • Understand the types of performance measures and how to use each
  • Learn how to put the 4 perspectives of the Balanced Scorecard to work
  • Identify the steps for developing and implementing your Balanced Scorecard
  • Explore how Key Performance Indicators are used to drive change
  • Learn how to develop KPIs that work for your organisation
  • Master techniques for tracking KPIs and measuring performance
  • Understand how to review and adapt you Balanced Scorecard as your organisation evolves.
Plan like a Chef!

Who Should Attend:

  • Business Managers
  • Full Teams from a Department
  • Sales Workforce/Teams

Course Objectives:

  • Build awareness of the importance of backwards planning to meet deadlines
  • Learn how to work as a team on multiple projects all at once
  • Learn how to formulate and execute a plan, assign roles, and meet pre-set expectations
  • How to measure the effectiveness of execution by assigning milestones and quality based benchmarks.
  • Guide the team members on how to go through the 4 stages of team development (Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing)
  • Building awareness on how to manage conflict while performing under pressure
  • Celebrating success: The importance of counting team achievements
  • Creating a road map on how to avoid the pitfalls in the future while working on team projects.
Risk Management Strategies

Who Should Attend:


Course Objectives:

Setting Goals and Objectives

Who Should Attend:

  • Executives & Manager
  • Supervisors & Team Leaders

Course Objectives:

  • Understand the difference between goals and objectives
  • Develop awareness of the importance of setting SMART goals and objectives
  • Master the use of SMART vs. SMARTER goals and objectives
  • Learn how to write goals and objectives
  • Align individual and team goals with departmental and organisational goals.
Strategic Thinking and Planning

Who Should Attend:

  • Managers
  • Prospective Managers
  • Supervisors & Team Leaders

Course Objectives:

  • An overview of the difference between mission and vision statements
  • Learn how to develop objectives, goals and action plan for the strategic plan
  • Explore key issues that affect your organisational strategic-tactical balance
  • Master strategic analysis tools to help understand your strategic environment
  • Learn how to design, plan and implement effective strategic change projects
  • Develop skills for evaluating opportunities and threats to your business
  • Learn how to diagnose and manage organisational strengths and weaknesses
  • Master and practice creative thinking techniques to encourage new ideas
  • Understand how to develop new strategies and options for your organisation
  • Recognise the need for change and deal with the discomfort change brings
  • Explore the main components of the strategic planning and control process
  • Learn how to convert a strategic plan to an operating plan.
The Road to Happiness

Who Should Attend:

  • All Business Professionals who are interested in learning about the Happiness Initiative and how to implement it.

Course Objectives:

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand the global shift to measuring Gross National Happiness (GNH)
  • Appreciate the benefits of applying GNH
  • Apply Best Practices on individual, organizational and national levels
  • Implement happiness initiatives in both homes and workplaces
  • Reach a higher level of individual happiness.