As the competition on the sales side requires strategy, continuous management from the leader and smarter and faster performance optimization than the rest of the market in order to be able to survive and grow, Achieving the next level for companies depends on both strategist and people oriented skills of the managers.
Visionary strategy authors identified the following scenarios for the industries: Survivor Consolidation, Market Shakeout, Clash of Giants, Generative Bazaar – Nelson and van dem Dam
Whichever scenario finally proves to be true, one thing is certain: The companies that will survive will be driven by leaders, who have the skills, competencies and vision to anticipate and lead through continuous change and ambiguity. This assumption holds true for all managerial layers – from first line to senior management, leaders must be able to forge strategies that always take into account the ever-changing industry trends.
On the basis of the above, the workshop is designed to meet the great challenges of nowadays industry from the point of view of leaders development. The training solutions described have been designed to upskill participants with the complex abilities and tools while putting their thinking into business perspective, meet and overcome specific or unexpected challenges.
What you’ll get:
- Structuring your managerial thinking
- Identifying and act upon business opportunities
- Strengthen analysis, planning and communication skills in business environment
- Experiment different roles and approaches for achieving lateral perspectives
Creative problem solving is one of those skills that just cannot be forced. The harder you try, the poorer your creative problem solving skills become.
The evidence is plain – how did Einstein come up with his theory of relativity – by bashing his head against a wall? No! In a daydream where he imagined surfing along a light beam!
Always remember the more stressed you become and the more time pressure you feel, the worse you are at solving problems creatively. But in today’s workplace, those who can generate the most effective creative ideas are often the best rewarded; so how can you improve your creative problem solving skills without getting stressed about it?
For business purposes you might need the crazy approaches from time to time; especially when creating the market strategy, products, trends setting, improving processes or changing vision.
Creative Problem Solving is a way of thinking and behaving.
Creative is for an idea that has an element of newness or uniqueness, at least to the one who creates the solution, and also has value and relevancy.
What you will get:
- Apply creative thinking skills to solve day-to-day problems
- Follow the structured method for generating solutions to problems
- Establish how the six creative problem solving techniques work
- Double Reversal
- Forced Relationships
- Perceptual positions
- Assumption Smashing
- Lotus Blossom
Having wondered why your decisions are not agreed by your partners’ located miles away from your office?
Getting mad that managers just don’t agree on a solution until too late?
Making a sound business decision requires both analytical skills and the power to persuade others to follow it. However, we all know people have different objectives, interest, thinking patterns or methods they use to evaluate a decision which make things even more complicated.
Most of the training on decision making techniques go deep on a rational way of considering all the facts before taking action. This is good but it rarely works in reality especially when making decisions in a multicultural team.
In Japan you have a specific method to agree on decisions, in US you have a completely different style while in India making decision us more up the title you have. And the list goes on. How do you navigate this?
Out Decision Making training focuses on the main gaps managers and team-members have to cross when working in multi-cultural teams.
What you’ll get:
- A clear view of the main 4 decision making styles across cultures
- The answer to how you present a decision to be easily accepted
- How to engage people in specific culture in an effective decision analysis