groups have different needs. The Leadership Skills
seminar experience is meant to be an interactive
experience in a fun, non-threatening atmosphere.
The following is an option available to interested
the afternoon, participants can experientially
understand more about leadership by playing the KnowMe™
game with any number of groups of four to six -- with
a debrief exercise after everyone is finished. This
highly-interactive game is based on the
Disclosure/Feedback model of awareness known as the Johari
Window (click to view more about the game), named
after Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham. This award-winning
game has been used in over 20 countries by a wide
range of organizations and is specifically designed
for establishing trust and building relationships in
Retreats Seminars Conferences
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It has been suggested that self-knowledge
is a starting point for all great leaders. Behavior research
also indicates the most effective people are those who
understand themselves and others. The more one understands
personal strengths and weaknesses coupled with the ability to
identify and understand the strengths and weaknesses of
others, the better one will be able to develop strategies to
meet the demands of the organization.
R O G R A M O V E R V I E W
Generic full day version with
Participants share the best part(s) and most challenging
aspect(s) of their jobs (if smaller group).
Presenter introduces himself and the purpose of the program.
Humorous concepts illustrating the reality that people are
different; predictably different.
Explore the five contributing factors to personal behavioral
ii. Childhood role models
iii. Birth order
iv. Physical characteristics
Emotional pain -- the great modifier of human behavior.
The differences between power and influence.
Johari Window -- How trust and mutual respect are built up or
broken down in an organization.
How personal Blind Spots and Mask effect leadership/
followership styles and teamwork.
Peeling the layers of the onion skin to get to the core
i. Gender issues
ii. Cultural diversity
iii. Generational influences
iv. Professional status
v. Personality style
Administer profile material
Overview of the universe of the four dominant personality
styles and how each style:
i. Responds to or reacts to
ii. Seeks to control his or her environment
iii. Leads and follows
iv. Makes decisions
vi. Deals with change
vii. Processes information
Three main areas where conflict generally erupts, combined
with concepts for preventive maintenance
-- plus skills for managing
oppositional behavior after it has escalated.
In-depth study of each personality
i. Major fears
ii. Natural and adaptive styles when confronted
by stress or change
iii. Dynamic drives
iv. Needs-motivated behavior and communication
v. Tools for working effectively
with each style
vi. How personal dominant and sub-dominant styles
can compliment vs. cause internal stress
vii. Drawing the best out of others at work and
at home -- lifestyle change
Learning to "read" one's graph.
Now what do we do with the information?
Time for feedback, personal responses to the accuracy of the
information, and specific questions.
Help to develop action and accountability plans.
Allowance for one-on-one time with instructor.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Period.
Streaming Video Clip of Dr. Freeman
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