The leader is born or made:
“A leader takes people where they would never have gone alone.”
The first stage, “The leader is born or made”, we will reflect, from the hand of prestigious authors such as Daniel Goleman, Stephen Covey or Peter Senge, on the new models of organization that are emerging, the so-called “intelligent organizations” and the differences between chief-management-leader.
I before the role, internal leadership precedes external leadership:
“When you speak, you only repeat what you already know, but when you listen you might learn something new.”
In the second stage, “I before the role, the internal leadership precedes the external leadership”, will develop various dynamics that through awareness and self-observation allow us to connect with our style of self-leadership and leadership towards others. In addition, we will put into practice tools to develop active listening and attention to non-verbal language.
Treat others as they want to be treated:
“Try to understand before you are understood.”
In the third stage, “Treat others as they want to be treated”, we will learn to identify, through Carl Gustav Jung’s chromatic energy model, people’s different styles and preferences in order to adapt the form and content of our conversations and achieve more effective communication.
Empowering and developing my team:
“Giving people self-confidence is by far the most important thing I can do. Because then they will act.”
In the fourth stage, “Empowering and developing my team”, we will work on coaching tools (GROW methodology, feedback, laser questions, …) that allow us to enhance and manage the talent of our team from the generation of creative and innovative work environments.
Identify and expand talent:
“Don’t tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.”
George S. Patton
In the fifth stage, “Identify and expand talent”, we will focus on developing skills that allow us to identify, extract and empower talent, that which makes them unique and special, from the people we lead and how to involve them in their own development.
Motivate with meaning:
“Teamwork is the ability to work together towards a common vision. The ability to direct individual achievements towards the objectives of the organisation“.
In the last stage, motivate with meaning, we will make a tour of the learning internalized in the previous stages and we will focus on identifying the types of recognitions that we can activate with our team focusing the focus of attention on the person and their needs.