Lead with Collaboration
Explore your attitude to collaboration and recognise the mindset shift you may need to make to achieve success for all.
We will support your leaders in navigating the mindset shift they may need to make to go from co-operation to collaboration.
Collaboration is a business ethos which often gets tested by external forces at play. Many of us find ourselves in situations where we are being asked to collaborate either individually or organisationally, yet it's easier said than done.
What is 'it' that makes collaboration difficult?
First of all we need to understand what collaboration actually is, as it often gets banded about under the same umbrella as co-operation, yet they are fundamentally different. Just think of times when you have co-operated to get results and when you have collaborated to get success, can you pin point the difference?
When we understand what 'it' is that makes this difference we can then examine and discover the required mindset for collaboration and how this plays out in the way in which we are connecting with those around us that have entered the same collaboration space.
By using our collaborative intelligence model a leader can learn to become aware of how they end up merely co-operating and what they may need to to do to start collaborating.
What we offer
Shift your mindset and collaborate
A one day masterclass
Three dates for are available for you to participate in this masterclass
1 - Thursday 30th January 2020
2 - Thursday 26th February 2020
3 - Thursday 27th March 2020
09:00 - 17:00
Unit 11, Netherton Business Centre, Kemnay, AB15 5LX
Fee: £195+VAT (incl. lunch)
For additional information please download the attached course flyer.
For a Booking Confirmation Form please email email@example.com or call 01467 643888
- Shift your mindset and collaborate flyer E Q1 20 (253.698 KB .pdf file)
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