Raise Your Game and WIN-WIN for Men’s Health
A generous 20% of each virtual facilitation, booked and paid for before the end of #Movember 2020, will be donated to raise funds for men’s health. I have reduced the rate for this campaign, making you a clear winner from the start! Allow 2-3 hours (depending on numbers) to include comfort breaks. Includes 1-on-1 debrief with recommendations for next steps. Contact me here
The John Maxwell Team Leadership “Game” is a powerful diagnostic tool in disguise, employed by organisations worldwide to help them identify next steps and optimise their training budget.
It is inspired by John’s philosophy that good leaders must learn the skill, and adopt a daily habit, of asking great questions – of themselves and of others – to acquire the insights they need to efficiently lead and remain relevant.
Offered as a Leadership Roundtable or Team Engagement experience, conversation-starters are directed at you and your team about you and your team, as well as your organisation. You will learn about the strengths and gaps of your leadership style, organisational culture, team strengths and weaknesses and level of personal growth.
Prepare to be surprised by what you will discover. You will gain more insight in a few short hours than you ever thought possible.
- Play is tailored to fit the requirements of the client. (No two plays of the game are the same.)
- Identifies opportunities for improvement and helps bring critical issues to the surface.
- Drives communication between team members.
- Builds trust and helps in the team-bonding process.
- Promotes inclusion, ownership and responsibility.
- Encourages introvert team members to be vocal – frequently, they have the best ideas.
The question you have to ask yourself now is: Are you ready to face reality in order to raise your game? Play has been adapted for the virtual space in this unpredictable season, reflected in a reduced rate.
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Designed for up to 12 team participants (virtually I would recommend no more than 10), it is ideal for launching Away-Days and Management Training Days, not only as an icebreaker but for unearthing further items for discussion.
Why not have two divisions play together? Or two teams? Teams who are reliant on each other to perform efficiently? Say, Sales and Marketing, Sales and Operations, Admin and Management, Finance and Marketing? Poor communication, a lack of attention to detail or members of one of team feeling demotivated can result in conflict, affecting productivity, performance and profit.
I was engaged by an IT & Change Management leadership team to kick-off their Away Day. A critical issue surfaced that was added to the afternoon’s agenda. It was noted that without the discussion invoked by this tool, its detrimental impact on the organisation may have flown under their radar for at least another 6 months.
In the JMT spirit of “there’s always a way”, a colleague and I got inventive to facilitate it for her client: 40 NHS business and GP surgery practice managers. Though initially wary of what lay in store, the ice soon broke and the sharing and insight flowed. The elevated energy at lunch afterwards was in contrast to the muted atmosphere at the start of the day. Participants talked enthusiastically about newly-discovered commonalities. One message repeated on the feedback forms was how grateful they were to receive positive reinforcement. Some delegates even discovered they had strengths they never had.
Hear what Tina Black, owner/partner of Paul Mitchell School and Salons, has to say about her experience of booking a facilitation:
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The Leadership Game is licensed to qualifying members of The John Maxwell Team. It must be facilitated and cannot be purchased or hired out.