DURATION: 3 HOURS.
The course is meant for leaders who need to coach others in using time wisely to reduce quantitative and qualitative stress. You will be given some thinking tools to take steps towards normalizing brave conversations that support others in noticing, naming, and interrupting unproductive and efficient habits.
- recount the five buckets of productivity as ongoing conversations and actions.
- describe how the SCARF model supports affirming conversations around improvement.
- explain how asking questions can support others in figuring out the priorities
- construct a forward-looking statement for a given problem or obstacle.
- construct a simple conversation starter that is grounded in the values of the organization.
- describe the two types of stress and how to support employees in dealing with them.
- discover a specific keystone habit that will significantly influence productivity or efficiency.
- determine at least two questions that they can use to coach others to spot friction as a benefit or cost to following through on good habits.
- describe the three broad principles that they will use to coach others to take ownership of their responsibility to be organized, productive, and efficient.
- define the purpose of feedback and explain how they will use feedback to motivate people towards continuous improvement.