A 2-day Leadership Program to Develop Leadership-Mentoring Skills with ASTIR© Behavioral Changing Methodology
In today’s empowered workplace, the old school ‘command and control’ structure is fading, and self-directed work teams are the hot new organizing principle. Today’s leaders are confronted with increasing pressure to produce more with fewer resources.
Everything within the system of the organization is acted upon by people. People are the organization. The strength and power of the organization is not as much dependent upon its material assets and resources as it is upon the resourcefulness of its people.
Coaching skills are not mentoring skills. Mentoring takes the art and science of understanding employees individually and tapping into your true potentials for maximum effectiveness. Ordinary leaders think in terms of creating a vision of the future, yet often fail to create a context that will allow the vision to become a reality. The context is the mental environment that shapes, limits, and defines who the person is, what the person see as possible and achievable. If you think of context as a bowl, what’s inside the bowl is the content. The surest way to change the content is not by putting in new content, but to change the context (the bowl) that ultimately shapes the content that is there.
As the global marketplace matures through the introduction of new technologies, competitive products, and economic climate changes, companies are being forced to change in order to remain successful. The manager’s job has become more complex and demanding, requiring the development of broader personal and professional leadership skills.
In this pressure-packed environment, successful managers must use not only the role of leadership to help people exercise the freedom to make decisions, respond quickly to customers, networking for higher efficiency, have the ability to work with peers, retaining the right employees, and produce the results needed by their organization, but also the art and science of mentoring to guide employees to double their effectiveness and greater efficiency in achieving their results.
Every knowledge worker in a modern organization is an ‘executive’ if, by virtue of his or her position or knowledge, he or she is responsible for a contribution that materially affects the capacity of the organization to perform and to obtain results.
Discover the ASTIR© behavioral changing methodology switching from being busy to achieving results, will help double your employees’ effectiveness and increases efficiency in getting the tasks accomplished with much more positive mental attitude, greater level of self-discipline, and developing better relationships – and be a dynamic achiever.
Getting Maximum Performance from Employees
• Eight conditions for maximum effort and results from employees
• Eight characteristics of Effective Performance Standards
Understanding Personal Effectiveness and Efficiency
• Thinking Patterns and Success
• Understand what is Personal Standard
• Power of Positive Self-Analysis Thinking (PSAT)
Increasing Employee’s Efficiency and Effectiveness with ASTIR©
• Understanding ASTIR Behavioral Changing Methodology
• The Four Basic Personalities
• Four Function of the brain
• Developing Potentials
• Developing the Sense of Responsibility
• Event + Response = Outcome
• Linking ‘Pain’ and ‘Pleasure’ Shapes your Behavioral Pattern
• Minimizing Doubts, Fears, and Distractions
• Identifying Key Skills
• Seven Steps Formula for Goal Setting
• The Pursuit of Joy
• Debug the Procrastination Virus
• Setting Daily Goals
• Develop a Sense of Urgency and Commitment
• Develop an Attitude of Gratitude for Better Relationships
• Focus on Contribution and Continuous Learning
• Focus on Solutions
• Separate the People from the Problem
• The Art of Positive Communication
Who Will Benefit Most From This Program?
This program is highly recommended for managers, executives and supervisors, whose job requires them to lead, motivate and inspire employees to achieve higher productivity and better performance in the workplace.
Duration and Methodology
This 2-day workshop uses a combination of seminar-style delivery, activities, case studies and group discussions to relate the whole learning concept.