Building Partnership

Building Trust in Your Work Environment

Course Description

Although you can see how others' behavior affects trust in the organization, you might not recognize how your own behavior influences trust. Building trust is a gradual process, one interaction at a time. But it takes only a single action to break trust.

 

Learning Objectives

▪ Stop behaviors that break trust.
▪ Model behaviors that build trust.
▪ Repair relationships where lack of trust is negatively affecting job performance.

 

Keywords

influence, assumptions, blame, confidence, consistent, disclosures, doubts, empathy, esteem, evasive, fairness, inspire trust, integrity, open communication, ownership, recognition, relationships, reliable, respect, rewards, share feelings, straightforward, trust breakers, values others, Essential Interpersonal Skills

 

Target Audience: Leading Others, Leading Self

·         Frontline Leaders

·         Individual Contributors

 

Duration: 20 minutes

Languages: English

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Strengthening Your Partnerships

 

Course Description

People form partnerships because they want to achieve something they can't do alone. Working together to accomplish those results is another matter altogether. Each partner might have a different plan of attack. For a partnership to operate smoothly and achieve its desired outcome, members must understand what a true partnership is and focus on building relationships based on trust and effective communication.

 

Learning Objectives

▪ Use collaborative strategies.
▪ Assess the factors needed for success.
▪ Communicate with your partners.
▪ Evaluate your partnership.

 

Keywords

Mission focused, partners effectively through influence, agreeing, agreement, barriers, collaboration, commitment, common goal, cooperation, expand thinking, measurement methods, objectives, outcomes, partners, process, scorecard, stretching, support, reliability, results, trust, vision, Collaborating

 

Target Audience: Leading Others, Leading Self

·         Frontline Leaders

·         Individual Contributors

 

Duration: 20 minutes

Languages: English

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Mobile resources available: DDI Anytime 

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Leveraging Diversity


Course Description

Do you value the unique qualities you and your coworkers bring to the workplace? Did you know that people expressing their differences actually enhances an organization's growth? Valuing differences is the right thing to do from both an interpersonal and a business perspective. By leveraging diverse styles, abilities, and motivations (SAMs), you encourage creative solutions and unique approaches that enable your organization to achieve improved results.

 

Learning Objectives

▪ Determine your own styles, abilities, and motivations.
▪ Work more collaboratively and productively with people who have a variety of styles, abilities, and motivations.
▪ Use Key Principles to support differences and encourage others to share their unique contributions.

 

Keywords

Builds diverse and inclusive talent, organizational agility, abilities, ability, alternative, approach, celebrate, collaborate, collaboration, contribute, contribution, creative, creativity, difference, different, diverse, diversity, goal, mix, motivation, SAM, stereotype, style, team success, tolerate, tolerating, toleration, value difference, value, valuing differences, variety, Collaborating

 

Target Audience: Leading Others, Leading Self

·         Frontline Leaders

·         Individual Contributors

 

Duration: 20 minutes

Languages: English

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Interactions Essentials for Leaders

 

Course Description

In their fast-paced work environment, individuals often fail to see the impact their interactions with others have on their own success, their job satisfaction, or the success of the business. Meeting ambitious deadlines and juggling responsibilities can overshadow being aware of the needs people bring to every interaction. In Interaction EssentialsSM for Leaders, participants learn when and how to use interpersonal skills that will enable them to prepare for, lead, and participate in a variety of interactions that are critical to accomplishing work goals. Using these skills also helps individuals build stronger relationships at work with peers and team members and even outside work with family, friend, and the community. This highly interactive web-based course, which takes less than one hour to complete, is a prerequisite for many of the courses in the Interaction Management® system.

 

Learning Objectives

▪ ▪ Recognize the importance of building relationships that enable you to achieve results through others.
▪ Identify the personal and practical needs present in every interaction and the importance of responding to them effectively.
▪ Use the Interaction Essentials SM—Key Principles and Interaction Guidelines—to achieve business results while enhancing relationships with others.

Keywords

Mission focused, listen, sensitive, empathy, needs, trust, team

 

Target Audience: Leading Others

·         Frontline leaders

Duration: 1 hour

Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, simplified Chinese, Thai, Italian

(once you launch the course, select your prefered language)


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Building Relationships (ESTEEM)

Course Description

Your effectiveness as a leader depends on the relationships you build with the people who report to you. Watch a leader discover her misconceptions about what makes others feel valued. The story unfolds to explain the brain's alert system for detecting a lack of acceptance and how you can apply the most important skill for demonstrating respect.

 

Learning Objectives

▪ Understand the neuroscience behind our personal need to feel valued.
▪ Describe common misconceptions about valuing and respecting others.
▪ Apply the best skill for meeting our need to feel valued.

 

Keywords

Mission focused, courageous presence, collaboration, communicate, disclose judiciously, engagement, friendly connections, neuroscience, relationships, transparency, trust, uncertainty, share, Essential Interpersonal Skills

 

Target Audience: Leading Others

·         Frontline Leaders

 

Duration: 20 minutes

Languages: English

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