Outcomes, Structure, People
Eighty-six percent of employees and executives cite a lack of collaboration and communication as the most common causes of workplace failures. The reason people and teams struggle to collaborate and communicate is a lack of alignment and clarity. That is why, successful organizations start with outcomes first, then design a structure to achieve those outcomes, and only then, do they populate that structure with people capable of achieving the outcomes.
Linking Strategy to Execution
According to the Harvard Business School Online, “85 percent of executive leadership teams spend less than one hour per month discussing strategy, and 50 percent spend no time at all. The research also reveals that, on average, 95 percent of a company’s employees don’t understand its strategy.” It is no wonder that 90 percent of businesses fail to meet their strategic targets. In this course learn how to take concrete steps to implement your strategy at all levels of your organization.
1-to-1 Meetings: A Framework for Results-Driven Conversations
Learn how MIND 1-to-1 meetings provide a standardized structure based on quantifiable performance expectations that ensure that everyone knows what to expect, and where they always stand 100% of the time. At the same time, the methodology allows everyone to define their own growth and development path. This ownership intrinsically motivates and gets buy-in to the process.
Creating an Intentional Culture
For many organizations, culture is a vague, or “feel good concept. When viewed through the MIND Methodology, culture is the foundational element to creating a strong, healthy, results-driven organization. This course shows you how to take your culture beyond “expensive wallpaper” and create the practices and behaviors that create an energizing environment that delivers results.
Energizing and Productive Performance Reviews
According to Gallup, “only 14% of employees strongly agree that their performance reviews inspire them to improve… Performance reviews in most organizations are so bad they do more harm than good.” Yet every year, like clockwork, supervisors sit down one on one with their direct reports and go through the painful process. Learn how to implement MIND Methodology Performance Snapshots that ensure every employee knows what is expected and where they stand 100% of the time.
Billions are wasted on ineffective leadership development programs every year. Most fail because they are one-size-fits-all, with the hope that the leaders apply what they learn to their individual situations. This course applies the MIND Methodology™ to evaluate a leader’s capabilities and develop them to create value for your organization.