How are you offering your people deeper meaning at work while at the same time achieving your organizational goals?
How do you connect and awaken the inner life force that inspires and drives each one of us to get up and face each day anew?
Most leaders have this desire, but are wedded to a way of thinking that treats people as a means to an end. For organizations to prosper, each person needs to connect their sense of purpose to that of the business. Understanding how to connect with people on a deeper level is the first step.
Becoming a more proficient facilitative leader or manager helps in building a more meaningful, engaging, empowering work environment.
Leaders who adopt a facilitative approach engage others in developing vision. Most visionary leaders are enriched when they interact with the ideas of others. Visioning together builds the kind of commitment that vision needs. Facilitative leadership has great potential for change.
When Managers adopt a facilitative approach, they increase the possibility of building powerful teams which bring visions and plans into reality. Working directly with those who implement projects and plans increases efficiency and effectiveness. Facilitative management build strong organizations.
I invite you to attend Group Facilitation Methods – a facilitative leadership communication training program that will help you to grow and develop these disciplines and roles which are necessary to support transformation and change.