Once the right processes are in place and the right team is developed, it’s time to focus on team and organizational health. In many companies, we see artificial harmony, people aligning in cliques, and team members who refuse to delegate. Using a variety of tools, we focus on creating trust, accountability and members who engage in healthy conflict—the ability to challenge each other in debate to yield the best ideas moving forward.
The Dynamic Advantage™ promotes:
Every organization wants what The Dynamic Advantage™ promotes. The question is, “How do you do that?” It involves some intentional decision-making, like dedicating time, having the right content, and creating a learning environment where the principles are taught, facilitated and coached by proven experts in the field.
It is a process that allows organizations to improve in the long-term.
More than talking about trust, it means diving into learning about trust, practicing trust, and having honest conversations that build trust.
It’s about personal development based on Transformational Leadership and team development with the goal of becoming a high-functioning team.
It’s about reviewing progress and figuring out how to get through obstacles.
It’s about believing in and practicing accountability.
It’s about intentionally creating a culture of engagement, where people have a real sense of ownership.
It’s about mastering the habits of confrontation and conflict so that discussions can be productive, and debate can lead to maximum results.
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