Establish Self, Team, and Stakeholder Awareness and Gain Complete Clarity on Role Expectations
Build a solid understanding of yourself, your team, and your stakeholders and get crystal clear on the expectations that guide your role and responsibilities so that you’re no longer swimming in unclear waters but know exactly where you’re at, where to go, and which potential blindspots to be on the lookout for.
Why this phase is important:
If this step is skipped, you’ll never be able to bring out your own full potential or unite the different strengths of your team and work towards a shared goal.
How we will do it:
By uncovering your core motivation, your innate approach to conflict, your strengths, and your overdone strengths you gain a deep understanding of who you are as a leader and how to best communicate and engage with people whose thinking and behavior appear much different from your own.
In addition, by going through a Team & Stakeholder Analysis you’ll be able to identify the strengths, preferences, and personal styles of those you work with most closely.
And you will develop a clear alignment on expectations others have on you and you have on the people on your team. By doing so, you build the foundation for success and a high level of accountability.
Tools we will use:
- The Leader’s User Guide
- Strengths Deployment Inventory Assessment
- Team & Stakeholder Analysis