Bring Out the Best in You, so You Can Bring Out the Best in Others.
Leadership principles apply to all aspects of a company. Leadership skills are vital at levels across the organization. There are diverse leadership styles and company environments, requiring different approaches for improvement. High Performance companies practice a broad range of leadership skills using tools which can be selectively applied as and when needed.
Pathfinder offers assessment and training tools as part of our consulting services, providing leaders valuable resources. We can assist with roadmaps for executives to assess and transform the entire organization, or more targeted tools addressing key issues such as cultural trust and employee engagement, or deployment of cross functional teams or other programs.
- High Performance Leadership is an executive series course to help develop/refine world class leadership skills with segments on; The five practices of the world’s greatest leaders, Creating a clear and compelling vision of the future, Finding a balance between the five major leadership roles (technician, manager, trailblazer, architect and coach), Empowering others and bring out their best, Prioritizing so that big things control little things, and Recognizing leadership qualities in yourself.
- Principles of High Performance is an executive series course covering the principles and methodologies to achieve outstanding and sustainable results within your organization focusing on key organizational goals; The strategy and direction is clear and guides day-to-day decision-making, Members understand the business and are committed to results, People govern themselves by shared values and guiding principles rather than rigid policies, Processes are streamlined and systems aligned, The role of management changes from controlling to creating an environment where people can be most effective.
- Developing High Performance Strategy is an interactive process which systematically builds/updates a company’s strategy in the follow categories: Overview of Strategy, Analyzing the Business Environment, Forecasting the Future, Creating Core Ideology, Defining Your Strategic Direction, Defining Your Competitive Advantage, Setting Goals, Creating a Master Plan.
- Assessing Organizational Performance interactively applies is a model that reduces the vast complexity of your organization to the seven key elements that account for its success. These elements enable you to diagnose the current functioning of your organization and to know where and how to make improvements.
- Developing High Performance Teams is an executive series curriculum of structured training for one of your teams. During the process attendees: Learn how teams differ from work groups, Create a team charter, Learn effective meeting management skills, Identify customer requirements and how these guide team performance, streamline the core work of the team, clarify member roles / responsibilities / accountability, Set up systems to measure performance / set goals / track progress.
- Employee Engagement is a course which goes beyond job satisfaction, by addressing employee commitment and dedication, as well as ensuring employees are challenged by their work. Key topics include: Developing the Plan, Crafting the Work Environment, Supporting Employee Development, Coaching Employees, and Maintaining Engagement.
- Communication is a set of courses, the first addressing fundamental communication principles and practices for individuals (Communicating Effectively, Nonverbal Communication, Listening Effectively, Practicing using communication tools, and Enhancing your communication skills). The second addresses supervisory communications (Communication in Leadership, Effective Feedback, Making Meetings Work, Making Presentations, and Enhancing your Supervisory Communication Skills.)
- The Trust Factor is an executive series course designed to help leaders interact with others in ways that build trust and win-win outcomes by: Learning the core elements of trust, Identifying how we engage in collusive relationships, Experience a change of heart and know how to break out of collusive patterns, come to view others in a way that promotes unity, trust, and goodwill, Understand the three phases of interpersonal dialogue and practice the dialogue skills, commit to interacting with others in strengthening rather than weakening ways, and develop the ability to confront poor performance and behavior problems