Participants are encouraged to engage in continuous improvement by learning to question the status quo in a positive and forward-thinking manner (asking “what if...” and “how can we...”). The session introduces concepts of incremental and disruptive innovation and tools for idea generation and S.M.A.R.T implementation.
Your team will become familiar with their strengths and how to leverage them. They will identify areas for improvement and gain the motivation and encouragement from colleagues needed to take their skills to the next level. Participants feel ownership over their learning and development, and make commitments for professional growth.
Why this is important
Understanding of strengths and how to use them is the foundation of a high-performing team. At an individual level, having a growth mindset is critical for success in one's role: without a growth mindset, only 14% of learners look for personal feedback and ways they can improve. After developing a growth mindset this rises to 77%.
Benefits for the business
Company performance is intrinsically linked to the confidence, ability, and willingness to learn of its employees. Through self-understanding, adopting a growth mindset, and taking ownership of their learning and development, individuals and teams are able to reach their potential. This increases employer satisfaction, reduces attrition, saves hiring resources, improves efficiency, boosts customer experience, and increases sales.