Organisational scientists the world over assert that human failures (of communication, motivation, judgement, etc.) account for failure in organisations much more than any other inadequacies do.
The common concern of every manager anywhere remains the same: How can I work through people more e ectively -- as individuals and in groups?
Unlike parents, managers acquire second-, third-, fourth-, and nth-hand material to work with. People are complex and, having changed hands, they become even more complex! How does one build an effective team, then? This workshop will guide the participants to explore valid foundations on which to do so.
The objective of this workshop derives from three premises:
a) Understanding of oneself and others facilitates behaviour that is based on choice; b) Choice-based, rather than urge-based, behaviour is characteristic of maturity; and c) Maturity is an essential property of effective managers.
The workshop has thus been designed to help develop an insight into oneself and refine one's ability to understand people at work. The objective is also to have every participant acquire a firsthand experience