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About Transformational Teams

Session 1: Purpose

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Recent surveys indicate that 80% of employees are promoted based on their people skills, not just technical skills. This session builds a strong foundation for increasing your Emotional intelligence by building your self-awareness. You'll be able to identify which aspects of your personality build strength or weakness for the elements you need to achieve individual success.

Part 1 – Course Introduction

This session introduction will introduce you to the two stages of Transformational Teams. First, we'll go over how to understand and prepare yourself for team integration. Secondly, we'll introduce how your unique traits can serve and benefit a team during all phases of team functions.

Part 2 - What's My Purpose?

During this lesson, you'll identify the critical components for developing your purpose, mission, and vision and why that will be important as a team player.

Part 3 - Embrace Your Uniqueness

In this lesson, we'll help you identify how your specific blend of uniqueness brings value to a team setting and why diverse teams are much more successful than homogenous teams.

Part 4 - Thinking About Your Purpose

This lesson will focus on strengthening yourself and your characteristics in preparation for working with a team and how this work will ultimately help you achieve your purpose.

Part 5 - Self Awareness – Part One

Stepping out of your shoes one at a time. This lesson focuses on improving your self-awareness from the context of those who interact with you.

Part 6 – Self Awareness – Part Two

This lesson will further delve into the different dimensions of self-awareness and how you will need to focus on deepening that consciousness to maximize your personal and professional potential.

Part 7 - Reflecting on Your Experience – Exercise One

This lesson will use your personal experiences to help you understand why you like or don't like specific characteristics in others and why that may cause team friction.

Part 8 - Reflecting on Your Experience – Exercise Two

You're not alone if joining a new group or team has felt challenging. It can be an anxiety-provoking experience for many. In this lesson, we'll dig deeper into the process of integrating into a new group of people and which aspects many have found to be easiest and hardest.

Part 9 – Understanding Yourself and Others

Do you have empathy for yourself? This lesson will help you develop a more profound empathy for yourself and team members when necessary diversity exists.

Part 10 - Life Stage One, Behaviors – Your Genetic Self

Many qualities you witness from another person emerge from their genetics. This lesson will help you isolate how that impacts you personally and how it will play with the team.

Part 11 – Life Stage Two Mindsets – Your Cultural Self

What you hear about another person's priorities is critical to understanding why they approach life the way they do. This lesson will help you isolate how that understanding will impact you personally and play with the team.

Part 12 - Life Stage Three – Motivations

In Stage Three, we'll discuss motivations. We'll identify how your genetics and culture blend to impact your personal and professional strengths and weaknesses. Combined, they determine what will help you succeed or challenge yourself with specific capacities.

Part 13 - Benefits of Understanding Yourself

In this lesson, we'll begin to summarize how this course prepares you for increasing your emotional intelligence through self-awareness. We'll also provide you with some visible cues for self-understanding to help you see what may have been invisible to you in the past.

Part 14 – Understanding Your Purpose (Exercise)

This exercise will help you rewrite your purpose in a way that will provide more meaning and direction. We'll exhibit multiple examples to increase your comprehension of defining your purpose.

Session 2: Behaviors

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In these sessions, we help you identify "default" behaviors that will impact your likes, dislikes, and hidden stress factors in all aspects of your life. While we focus on the professional aspects of behaviors, the personal aspects of your interactions can strengthen significantly.

Part 1 – Introduction to Behaviors

Yours and your team member's behaviors impact the success of your team's mission. Putting together each team member is like sorting through the pieces of a puzzle to ensure you have an accurate team picture.

Part 2 - Why Consider Behaviors

80% of promoted employees have strong communication or "soft skills," not technical ability. By understanding behaviors, you have a heads-up on communicating and developing those skills.

Part 3 - What is a Purpose?

How does your purpose affect others? We will review your purpose in this session, this time, in the context of your relationship with others. Again, we'll provide examples of well-known leaders to help clarify role distinction and the importance of what you bring to the table.

Part 4 - DISC is what you see

In this lesson, we'll introduce DISC to illustrate how to apply measurable and science-based behavior information. The graphic results will demonstrate how another individual's uniqueness impacts responses you will receive from them, both as an individual or a potential team member.

Part 5 - DISC's Diversity

We'll briefly introduce and review each behavioral style in the DISC framework. We'll also provide coloration and general characteristics of each to give you context for how you can measure each person's uniqueness concerning DISC.

Part 6 - Identifying Core Behaviors

In this lesson, we will illustrate how to quickly identify a person's core behavioral style so you can immediately understand how to interact with them, minimizing conflict and friction.

Part 7 - High Dominance

This lesson will lay a foundation for understanding the dominant behavior style and why they are the "Control Specialists." We'll explore the high D type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to communicate with them on good and bad days!

Part 8- High Influence

This lesson will lay a foundation for understanding the influential style and why they are the "Motivational Specialists." We'll continue our exploration of the high I type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to communicate with them on good and bad days!

Part 9 – What do Extroverts Bring to the Table?

In this lesson, we'll compare and contrast both extrovert types and how they can impact a group or team. We will identify their strengths and weaknesses to ensure you know how they can contribute most.

Part 10- High Steadiness

This lesson will lay a foundation for understanding the steadiness style and why they are the "People Specialists." We'll continue our exploration of the high S type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to communicate with them on good and bad days!

Part 11 - High Compliance

This lesson will lay a foundation for understanding the compliance style and why they are the "Facts Specialists." We'll continue our exploration of the high C type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to best communicate with them.

Part 12 – What do Introverts Bring to the Table?

In this lesson, we'll compare and contrast both introverted types and how they can impact a group or team. We will identify their strengths and weaknesses to ensure you know how they can contribute most.

Part 13 - Stress Factors Between Natural and Adapted Behaviors

This lesson will illustrate a simple process for determining stress factors for an individual. We'll provide two examples; one will demonstrate minimal stress and another with a more significant focus on their environment. Understanding these critical factors is the first step to discerning how a person will react in different environments.

Part 14 - Finding the Right Words

Each behavioral style will be analyzed separately in this lesson to help you identify how each communicates and how you can respond to get the most out of the encounter.

Session 3 – Mindsets

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Your family, educational and cultural background play a huge part in what you value and prioritize. This session helps you identify how to use those priorities to strengthen your natural behaviors and excel in personal and team needs. You'll also discover how these mindsets can adapt during the team development process.

Part 1 – Introduction to Mindsets

We'll introduce what's most important to prioritize in approaching our objectives in this session. We focus on how there must be an alignment of priorities, especially regarding the team's objectives.

Part 2 – Why Consider Mindsets?

Understanding what motivates us is very personal but critical to success because it drives our actions. Fortunately, mindsets are fluid and can change with time and experience to determine how best to succeed.

Part 3 – Mindsets Alter our Perception and Expression

While behaviors are instinctive, mindsets guide our personal and professional lives. They are the guiding "north star" or reasons behind the things we do. In this lesson, we'll discuss how mindsets are the one thing a team must have in common to succeed.

Part 4 – Origin of Mindsets

In this lesson, we'll introduce Spranger's Theory behind the Six Mindsets and how we can determine each's strength through graphical analysis. We then capture each mindset and separate them into the three groups affecting every aspect of our lives.

Part 5 – Graphic Representation of Mindsets

This lesson prepares you for identifying what is essential or the driving force behind the way an individual chooses to focus their attention. We'll pay attention to the national means and how that can help you "see" the individual's priorities.

Part 6 – The Objective Theoretical

In this lesson, we'll focus on the objective Theoretical mind and how that appears to us. Then we delve into how understanding the objective Theoretical can help a team identify what induces stress and achieve clear communication to maximize their potential.

Part 7 – The Objective Utilitarian

In this lesson, we'll focus on the objective Utilitarian mind and how that appears to us. Then we delve into how understanding the objective Utilitarian can help a team identify what induces stress and achieve clear communication to maximize their potential.

Part 8 – The Subjective Aesthetic

As we move to subjective mindsets, we'll first talk about the subjective Aesthetic mind and how that appears to us. Then we delve into how understanding the subjective Aesthetic can help a team identify what induces stress and achieve clear communication to maximize their potential.

Part 9 – The Subjective Social

In this lesson, we'll focus on our second subjective mindset, the subjective Social mind, and how that appears to us. Then we delve into how understanding the subjective Social can help a team identify what induces stress and achieve clear communication to maximize their potential.

Part 10 – The Individualistic’ s Beliefs

This lesson will introduce our first Belief mindset, the Individualistic mind, and how that appears to us. Then we delve into how understanding the Individualistic can help a team identify what induces stress and achieve clear communication to maximize their potential.

Part 11 – The Traditional’ s Beliefs

This lesson will introduce our first Belief mindset, the Traditional mind, and how that appears to us. Then we delve into how understanding the Traditional can help a team identify what induces stress and achieve clear communication to maximize their potential.

Part 12 – Mindset Interaction Application

In this lesson, we'll present multiple examples of team members' mindsets and how they will interact and work together. We'll pay attention to the subtleties and variances that can affect the team and its members.

Session 4 – Team Mission Vision and Values

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Teams have personalities, just like people. This session will discover how to calculate a team's personality and identify how your behaviors and mindsets can add value to the team while aligning with the corporate mission, vision, and values.

Part 1 – Introduction

This lesson will explain why a team must have a mission, vision, and values that align with the organization. Additionally, we'll show how this alignment provides each team member with an understanding of how their role impacts the team and the organization.

Part 2 – Defining a Team Mission

In this lesson, we'll zero in on the importance of "what" a team is doing - their mission. By answering that question of "what is being done" from the consumer's perspective, you ensure you understand their needs and can meet them without the guesswork.

Part 3 – Mission (Exercise)

This lesson will present an example mission statement and team members' behaviors and mindsets to illustrate how diverse team players will react and respond to the team mission itself.

Part 4 – Defining a Team Vision

When developing a vision for your team, you must identify "who we are" as a team and quantify how we should embrace the future to make a difference in the lives of both employees and customers.

Part 5 – Vision Exercise

Each team member will need to buy in with the team's vision. Therefore, in this lesson, we'll consider a team member's profile and how they will react and respond to our example organization's vision.

Part 6 – Defining Team Values

When developing team values, you must define what you enjoy about what you do; by doing so, there will be alignment and congruency among the team members by answering how you carry out the mission.

Part 7 – Values (Exercise)

Each team member must embrace the same values and how they will impact the completed task. In this lesson, we identify individual team members and how they will approach the values embraced by our example organization.

Part 9 – Your Team’s M.V.V. Exercise

This application exercise will provide you with the guidelines necessary for developing team M.V.V. statements. We'll prepare for applying these principles in your organization.

Session 5 – Individual Mission, Vision, and Values

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Many organizations have discovered that if an individual's mission, vision, and values align with their team or department and those align with corporate, the engagement level rises, as does productivity, performance, and profitability. This session provides specific insight into ensuring that you are aligned and engaged with the objectives.

Part 1 – Your Individuality as a Team Member

Understanding your team's M.V.V. is not enough on its own. We'll also help you identify why your unique role and personality must also have direction. We'll lay the foundation for finding your own M.V.V. in this session.

Part 2 – To Fit in Or NOT Fit In?

While wanting to fit in is our nature, we need the intellect of our other team members. Helping you identify where we are, in strengths and weaknesses, allows us to hold tremendous respect for each team member's unique skills and talents.

Part 3 – Practicing the Skill of Respect

In this lesson, we'll lay the groundwork for understanding how to develop respect among team members with an example of a Law Firm. This session will prepare you for the upcoming exercises ahead in this course.

Part 4 – Practicing the Skill of Respect Exercise One

In this lesson exercise, our first example is Natalia. We'll illustrate and discuss how her behaviors and mindsets impact her alignment with the firm's team. We'll also address her adjustments to become an integral team member.

Part 5 – Practicing the Skill of Respect Exercise Two

Our second example is James in this exercise. We'll illustrate and discuss how his behaviors and mindsets impact his alignment with the firm's team. Finally, we address what adjustments he must make to help the team achieve its objectives.

Part 6 – Creating a Path to Personal M.V.V.s

After addressing the types of teams in which you may be involved, we'll identify the tasks that are your responsibility and how your makeup impacts the results. Finally, we'll address how your strengths and weaknesses impact your M.V.V.

Part 7 – George’s Path to a Personal M.V.V.

In this lesson, we'll use George's path to forming his M.V.V. as an example. From this story, you will see how the process works to help you develop your plan.

Part 8 – Travis’ Path to a Personal M.V.V.

In this lesson, we'll use Travis' path to forming his M.V.V. as a second example. From this story, you will see how the process works to help you develop your plan.

Part 9 – Mike’s Path to a Personal M.V.V.

In this lesson, we'll use Mike's path to forming his M.V.V. as a third example. From this story, you will see how the process works to help you develop your plan.

Part 10 – Creating Your Personal M.V.V.

Now it's your turn. This lesson will give you the guidelines for using your natural skillsets to build an M.V.V. that is just right for you. Finding the right plan will add a new layer of depth and dimension to your team.

Part 11 – George’s M.V.V. Input

Based on his teams' M.V.V., George uses himself as an example of creating his role on the team and contributing to the team's (and organization's) M.V.V.

Part 12 – Travis’ & Team M.V.V. Input

Based on his teams' M.V.V., Travis uses himself as an example of creating his role on the team and contributing to the team's (and organization's) M.V.V.

Part 13 – How to Apply Your M.V.V.

As we wrap up this session, we'll help you clarify how you can develop your blueprint for happiness and success. Then we identify how you can play a valuable role on your team by using your strengths to apply your M.V.V.

Session 6 – Team Personalities

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In this session, we dive deeply into the six essentials of Teamwork. During this time, we will use the team's personality traits to help us identify how the team's makeup will impact the team's effectiveness during the four stages of performance.

Part 1 – Teams Have Personalities Too!

Different teams attract different personalities. Those personalities have strengths and, at times, weaknesses also. This session will help you understand why.

Part 2 – Why Care About Your Team’s Personalities?

Knowing your team's personalities helps you choose a successful path during times of challenge. Identifying strengths allows team members to demonstrate knowledge that brings value; otherwise, the team relies solely on its leader.

Part 3 – Team Personality Exercise

This lesson exercise will provide you with a proven process for identifying the strengths and weaknesses of your team. We also illustrate how this can help determine which team members can add value during specific situations.

Part 4 – Team Personality Discussions

This lesson discussion will provide insight into structured team meetings and how specific team member types may impact the team's development.

Part 5 – The 6 Essentials of Teamwork

This lesson will introduce the Six Teamwork Essentials and how they impact the team's performance.

Part 6 – Limited Ego

This lesson will focus on the need for humility and a team-first attitude. We'll identify which personalities will find this more manageable and more challenging.

Part 7 – Interdependence

This lesson will emphasize each team member's importance to the team (interdependence) and how that impacts communication. We identify which personalities will find this more manageable and more challenging.

Part 8 – Shared Accountability

This lesson will stress accountability - or each team member's collective responsibility to achieve the team's objective. We identify which personalities will find this more manageable and more challenging.

Part 9 – Clear Leadership

This lesson will concentrate on the decision-making power of the leader and their role in the team's success or failure. We identify which personalities will find this more manageable and more challenging.

Part 10 – Recognition of Uniqueness

This lesson will focus on shaping the experience so that each member feels appreciated for their unique talents and contributing to the greater good. We'll identify which personalities will find this more manageable or challenging in this session.

Part 11 – Rejection of Exceptionalism

When a team member feels their contribution is more negatively demanding than others, it discourages collaboration and a willingness to seek advice. We'll identify which personalities will find this more manageable or challenging in this session.

Part 12 – Learning About Your Team Exercise

The objective of this lesson is to help you understand how to identify and focus on which activities are going to be the most manageable and most challenging for your team. Additionally, there is an opportunity for you to determine how your team can demonstrate its strengths.

Part 13 – Team Members Stepping Up

George will provide an excellent example of a strategy in this lesson that you can use to complete a challenging mission within your team. He'll further discuss how this approach can help us succeed under even more difficult circumstances.

Session 7 – Team Communication

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Now that you have a deep knowledge of both individuals and the team's personality, you will learn how to avoid communication mismatches, hone your message (and experience), and find the right words to expedite team success.

Part 1 – Introduction

We'll introduce the ladder of influence and the critical nature of communication. Understanding each step on the ladder can positively impact team members' feelings, emotions, and effectiveness.

Part 2 – Communication: An Essential Skill

In this lesson, we'll identify the critical role of communication in employee retention and the reasons behind employee turnover. We'll also introduce the communication mismatch, which will set up the next lesson on how to overcome it.

Part 3 – The Communication Mismatch

A disparity in understanding is created by communicating with others as if they were you. This lesson will address that mismatch and uncover what must be adapted and the application of the process.

Part 4 – Honing Your Message

In this lesson, we'll discuss how there must be diversity in behavior and mindset to build a strong team. We'll also reveal how you can quickly address those differences by framing your questions more effectively.

Part 5 – Finding the Right Words – Introduction

To frame your questions and give directions to other team members, you must develop a process that will allow you to communicate the ideas and messages in a way that resonates with the team's diversity.

Part 6 – Finding the Right Words – Behaviors

In this lesson, we'll formulate approaches that resonate with team members of different behavioral styles and why that is critical to the "doing" part of our roles.

Part 7 – Finding the Right Words – Mindsets

In this lesson, we'll address how to formulate approaches that resonate with team members of different cultural mindsets.

Part 8 – Finding the Right Words – Group Dialogue

In this lesson, we will introduce multiple examples of using specific words to evoke team members' emotions and encourage them on to their objectives.

Part 9 – Finding the Right Words – Exercise

By illustrating four different "styles" of team members, this lesson will depict how these team members can be encouraged and motivated to succeed.

Part 10 – Framing Your Message – Exercise

We'll introduce multiple examples of how to frame your message with the four different "styles" mentioned in the last lesson. This lesson will also provide a sample of approaches to engage them in the process actively.

Part 11 – Making Your Message Clear

How do you know if your message will be clear for your whole team? This lesson will deliver the three distinct steps to ensure your message comes out loud and clear to your team members, regardless of their personality.

Part 12 – Communicating with Power Application – #1

This first application exercise will present you with an example of a very objective team that did not meet project expectations. We'll discuss developing a future path for success accompanied by encouragement and direction.

Part 13 – Communicating with Power Application – #2

This second application exercise will present you with an example of a very objective team that did not meet project expectations. We'll discuss developing a future path for success accompanied by encouragement and direction.

Session 8 – Forming a Team

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After delving into building a successful team, this session will provide you with multiple examples of differing personalities (both individual and team) that can impede progress. As we go through these exercises, you will be able to identify numerous approaches that lead to high-performance levels.

Part 1 – Teamwork

Teamwork requires diversity to ensure a variety of mindsets and behaviors are present to set the priorities and do the job. This session will show you how diversity can complicate teamwork and how a leader must help their team overcome this.

Part 2 – Building a Successful Team – #1

Team cohesion is each member's responsibility, not just the managers. We'll talk about how adding new people can complicate the cohesion process in this lesson.

Part 3 – Building a Successful Team – #2

We'll show you the four phases to building a successful team. While forming a successful team is critical, every phase presents its challenges. This lesson will help you identify and confidently address those four phases.

Part 4 – Building a Successful Team – #3

This lesson addresses the variables of team members and how their strengths also identify their weaknesses. We'll provide two group examples before going over how each will impact a team's functioning.

Part 5 – Building a Successful Team When Working with Objectivity

Having objective team members can positively impact the team's task completion. However, too much objectivity may negatively affect team interaction and sensitivity. Therefore, we'll focus on building the necessary trust and finding the objective balance needed for team success.

Part 6 – Building a Successful Team When Working with Subjective

Having subjective team members can positively impact the team's communication and collaboration. However, too much subjectivity may negatively affect team focus and productivity. Therefore, we'll focus on building the necessary trust and finding the subjective balance needed for team success.

Part 7 – The Conflict Continuum

In this lesson, we'll introduce each of the eight stages of conflict and how that can impact team collaboration. We'll draw five unique comparisons to illustrate how you can use conflict to your advantage.

Part 8 – The Conflict Continuum Exercise

This lesson will help you identify how to move through the "storming stage" as you build your team. By the end, you'll learn about the massive difference in outcomes you can achieve by the kind of words and phrases you use during this time.

Part 9 – Moving from Storming to Norming to Performing

Engaged teams are not immune to experiencing conflict but instead work through conflict and produce higher efficacy and profits as a result. This lesson will help you identify the team's signs when moving from storming to norming and performing.

Part 10 – Essentials for Moving from Storming to Norming to Performing

Six unique characteristics must be prominent within a team to move through the four stages of the Conflict Continuum. This lesson will identify those characteristics to ensure they are part of your team development process.

Part 11 – Working with Your Team Application

In this lesson, we present an example of a departmental team struggling through rapid growth with a very likable leader as she challenges her team members. Our discussions will help you see how to navigate the process.

Session 9 – Creating A Change Positive Culture

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We will help you learn how to cope with and make the most of change, regardless of your mental makeup. We will address why organizational change is hard and turn those challenges into a positive step toward a better and more productive culture.

Part 1 – Introduction

Because 68% of change initiatives fail, according to Harvard Business Review, it is incumbent for a team leader to be ready to face the inevitable change during the team's existence. This lesson will kick off our session on change and culture.

Part 2 – Change is Essential to Growth

We know that all change brings uncertainty, even positive change. This lesson will give you multiple questions to ask yourself (with examples) about the specifics that help team members adjust and adapt to change.

Part 3 – What Makes Organizational Change So Hard #1

We'll introduce the key factors why change is difficult and why management, team leaders, and team members must commit for the long haul.

Part 4 – What Makes Organizational Change So Hard #2

This lesson addresses the question posed by the Harvard statistic from earlier: why do two-thirds of the change initiatives fail? First, we'll break it down to learn how each leadership level, middle management, and line employee struggles with the process. Then we focus on how to overcome that.

Part 5 – What Makes Organizational Change So Hard #3

This lesson will present the three critical elements of success during change and explain how each level of leadership, middle management, and line employees can succeed with these elements in mind.

Part 6 – Setting the Facts Straight

We will address each aspect of change and its challenges, combined with how you can apply organizational and team knowledge base to your advantage. We'll give opportunities for you to consider what knowledge to use for your team.

Part 7 – Creating a Change Positive Culture #1

Have you ever witnessed pushback in response to change? This lesson will teach how to handle resistance to change, deal with uncertainty, and navigate those challenges through powerful soft skills.

Part 8 – Creating a Change Positive Culture #2

We'll guide you through applying soft skills amid change. Because everyone is different, we'll also go over which behavioral and mindset types respond by welcoming or resisting change.

Part 9 – Personalizing Your Approach to Change

In this lesson, we'll provide two very different behavioral and mindset examples to illustrate how you, as a leader, can navigate change with positive results.

Part 10 – Personalizing Your Approach to Change for Behaviors

The focus of this lesson will be to illustrate how behaviors can impact the change process. We'll use an example of how a strong introvert (opposed to change) can produce positive results based on recognizing and applying their strengths.

Part 11 – Personalizing Your Approach to Change for Mindsets

The focus of this lesson will be to illustrate how mindsets can impact the change process. We use an example of how an intensely subjective person (open to change despite struggling through the process) can produce positive results based on recognizing and adapting to their priorities.

Part 12 – Becoming Accustomed to Change Application

We'll take everything we have learned during this session to a client example of how the team can prepare for change initiatives. You will use your psychometric results to identify how change impacts you individually and within a team environment.

Session 10 – SMART Goals

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Armed with your knowledge of individuals and teams, we now provide you with an approach that will make your team 40 times more effective than most. In addition, we will illustrate how to incorporate the SMART process into both individual and team objectives, increasing the likelihood of your success.

Part 1 – Introduction

We'll start this session by introducing the S.M.A.R.T. process for goalsetting and how it can help you and your team achieve objectives without being overwhelmed.

Part 2 – Using the SMART Framework

This lesson will provide an overview of what setting SMART goals does as a whole while giving relevance to what you must do to achieve your objective.

Part 3 – The SMART Framework

In this lesson, we'll explain all five components of the SMART framework in-depth to ensure you can apply the process to your objectives. We'll discuss which aspects you should complete in the most potent order to ensure success during the planning and the achieving process.

Part 4 – Developing Team-Based Goals

In this lesson, we'll apply SMART goal-setting to develop team-based goals. While goal-setting appears to be very individualized, we must remember the team member's personalities to be successful. So, again, referring to your previous lesson, prepare to bring in your team's scores.

Part 5 – Exercise for Team-Based Goals – Step One

In this lesson, we'll point out our team scores: three strengths and three weaknesses. We'll illustrate how you can use your team scores to calculate the specific strong and weaker capacities, where we will overcome and capitalize on them later.

Part 6 – Exercise for Team-Based Goals – Step Two

This lesson will ask you to recall your Essentials of Teamwork (from Session 6). We'll ask you to focus on the one you can improve, using our team's weakness as an example to give you direction in this process.

Part 7 – Exercise for Team-Based Goals – Step Three

We'll provide an exercise to illustrate the SMART format for developing team-based goals. We will also provide you with links to the free resources on LifeThrive to further supplement your learning, helping you through this process.

Part 8 – Conclusion

This concluding lesson will remind you of our overall course objectives to help you grow as a person and use those strengths to grow the team as a group.

About the Teacher

Chuck Coker

For more than 30 years, Chuck has focused his career on people's development. He has implemented proprietary Personal Formation, Human Capital, Talent Management, and incentive-based programs across a broad scope of Fortune Companies, regional organizations, and educational institutions.


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