Sure They Are Good…
But Are They As Good As They Can Be?
Training Programs created specifically to improve the experienced Team Leader.
Continual Operational Performance Improvement (C.O.P.I.©) is the key to improving operational performance and profitability at every organization. For this to occur, every Team Leader must always be getting better.
However, most organizations fail to provide experienced and successful Team Leaders with the training they need to become better at how they manage and how they lead. Instead, they assume, because the experienced Team Leader is good, maybe even great, at what they do, they will continue to improve on their own. This will not occur.
Experienced Team Leaders are expected to continually do more with less and, therefore, spend most of their time fighting fires, making sure the Team is meeting expectations, and the work is getting done as effectively and efficiently as possible.
Because of the pressure placed on these experienced Team Leaders, they do not, or cannot, take the time necessary to improve themselves. This means their potential to improve as Team Leaders is not identified and developed. The reality is experienced Team Leaders want to get better but don’t receive the direction, training, and support from the organization to allow that to happen.
Paul’s Development Program for Experienced Team Leaders provides the Skill Sets they need to become better Team Leaders capable of engaging in Continual Operational Performance Improvement (C.O.P.I.(c)).
Before any Development can be useful for the experienced Team Leader, The Gap between where they are and where they need to be must be identified. Paul assists the experienced Team Leader identify their Gap by using analytical tools such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strength Finders 2.0, Emotional Intelligence Assessment, Self - Assessments and 360-Degree Review.
Specific to the needs of the individual Team Leader.
Here is a Leadership Development Program developed for experienced Team Leader’s based on the requirements for the Team Leader to bridge their Gap and improve their Skill Set.
Making Change Happen While Creating Change Agents
Turning Conflict into Creativity
High-Performance Team Building
The Power of Persuasion Through Respectful Workplace Communications
C.O.P.I.: Continuous Operational Performance Improvement
Presentation Skills That Produce Action
Improving Performance Thorough Time & Energy Management
After the initial Leadership Development Program, Paul stays in weekly contact with the Team Leader’s for six months, assisting them as they implement their new Skill Sets and help their Teams become more effective, more efficient, more productive, and more profitable.