Organisations that integrate creativity into their DNA can achieve significant benefits, including better team performance, increased flexibility, greater retention rates, and improved problem solving. A combination of self-assessment and classroom workshop, this fully revised second edition helps individuals and teams to leverage their creative strengths, improve their problem-solving skills, increase productivity, and achieve their creative best.
60-page workbook full of practical tools and three workshops. Combines self-assessment with classroom training to help both individuals and teams improve their creative problem-solving skills, develop the ability to be inventive, become more productive, and achieve their creative best.
Organisational Change is happening all the time. Responses to this change varies widely among different people. When this change happens, each person responds in a particular way, whether or not they are aware of it.
To help you learn some important things about your response to organisational change situations. Before filling in the 24-item Response Form, respondents are asked to think about organisational changes that have affected them recently. ALSO ONLINE*.
Revised edition provides 2-hour, 4-hour and full day workshop outlines on teaching conflict resolution skills. This HR trainers guide includes detailed explanations of the 10 mini-cases in the questionnaire, information on validity and excercises that include a role play based on one of the cases.
Helps identify the 7 key characteristics of an effective leader. Assesses how an individual behaves in their leadership role with the team, and self-assesses the frequency with which each of 49 leadership behaviours are used.
Organisations are finding that they can accomplish their goals and reach new heights of performance by harnessing the collective energy of teams. But arriving at these results is not easy, nor does it happen overnight. Creating a team-based environment takes a lot of effort and coordination. We know that a team is only as good as the sum of its parts, so what makes an effective team member?