Right Brain Team Training

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Right Brain Team Training

1,497.00

From managing change to better communication, the Right Brain is a powerful tool to add to your arsenal.

Choose a training module or combine them for maximum impact.

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MODULE ONE: MANAGING CHANGE

Session I - Intentional Change

  • The Problem of VUCA - Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity

  • How the Left and Right Brain Respond Differently to Change

  • Applying the Right Brain to Intentional Change

  • Managing change with the O.A.R.S. Skill Set - Observe, Adapt, Relate, and Synthesize

  • Using Visual Mapping To Anticipate Change

Session II - Creativity Within Constraints

    • Why The Best Creativity Comes Under Constraints

    • Being Honest About Reality

    • Creating Change-Free Safety Zones

    • Working Within the Circle of Influence

Session III - Generating Truly Creative Ideas

    • Processing More Information More Deeply

    • Eliminating De-Motivators in Change

    • Affinity Diagramming: How To Involve Everyone, Generate LOTS Of Actionable Ideas, and Do It Without Getting Exhausted

 

MODULE TWO: EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

Session I - Internal Communication

    • How Unintentional Communication Negatively Impacts Your Work

    • Overview of Left and Right Brain Communication

    • Avoiding Accidental Shut-Down - 3 Hidden Demotivators In Communication

    • Types Of Internal Communication (Which One Is Best?)

    • How Managing Email Helps Improve Quality Communication

Session II - The Power of The Visual

    • Using Visual Tools For Better Communication

    • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me - Practice Exercises

    • Holding More Memorable and Interesting (and Effective) Meetings

    • Right Brain Presentations: Writing, Rehearsing, and Delivery

    • Better Communication With Affinity Mapping

Session III - Building Trust With Communication

    • Words That Bridge - Using The Right Brain To Build Trust

    • Asking “How Are We Doing?”

    • Indirect vs. Direct Communication

    • The Fortune Is In The Follow Up - Feedback and Recognition

    • Creating Compelling Copy