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Keep The Fire Burning

Activity OverviewA leader must learn as many ways as possible to value the contributions of others. This is an essential part of the motivation for high performance. Through role-play, this activity offers an opportunity to practice.ObjectivesTo identify how people are motivated to work at their best.To explore a variety of ways to reward and recognize others.
 

Leadership Stop Stations

Activity OverviewThis is a good activity to close off the event which encourages the participants to think about the next steps in their growth as leaders.ObjectivesTo define participants’ next steps in their personal and strategic career-development plan.To utilize creativity and accelerated learning techniques to achieve what is often a cerebral exercise.
 

Alphabetic Poem

Activity OverviewA leader can implement this activity as a way of encouraging greater creativity from his or her team.ObjectivesTo expand one’s personal ability to be creative “on the spot.”To share differing points of view.To encourage creativity in a group setting.
 

Hunting For Creativity

Overview of ActivityThis activity explores aspects of creativity and ways to encourage the imaginative process.ObjectivesTo comprehend how creativity and innovation impact leaders.To examine what makes a company creative.To analyze some of the myths about creativity in corporations.To study our own process of coming up with creative ideas.
 

Triumphant Leaders Have Mentors

Overview of ActivityThe roles of mentor and protégé are explored in this hands-on activity. Multiple documents also help in guiding leaders.ObjectivesTo comprehend the roles and responsibilities of mentors and protégés.To elucidate the steps necessary to find and work with a mentor.
 

Add Life to Your Workplace

Activity OverviewCelebrations are becoming a more frequent thing in organizations and companies mainly because they are energizing, motivating, and supportive ways to empower employees. This activity encompasses many ideas for celebrations. When teams work together for longer periods of time, they should be encouraged to take frequent energy breaks to keep their creative juices flowing.
 

Be Bold and Take Risks

Activity OverviewAnalyzing and evaluating the consequences of risks are all fundamental to understanding risk as a critical leadership competency. This activity takes the leader step-by-step through a practical process.ObjectivesTo capture participants in a dynamic discussion about the kinds and levels of risk.To identify each participant’s risk profile.
 

Leader Becomes Teacher

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Activity OverviewMost times leaders have to assist their staff with learning development plans. This activity identifies ways that the leader can teach in an active, impactful way.ObjectivesTo review participant experiences in learning situations.To demonstrate how a learning plan can be put together.To develop and implement one learning plan with employees.
 

Leader Becomes Coach

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Activity OverviewEmployee coaching is a necessary business competency for leaders. This exercise offers leaders realistic and helpful suggestions.ObjectivesTo identify the necessity of employee coaching.To review coaching techniques.
 

Vitalize Team Building Activity

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Activity OverviewWhen teams work together for longer periods of time, they need to be encouraged to take periodic energy breaks to keep their ideas flowing. This exercise helps to increase their energy levels. It also includes other practical tips on the use of snacks, water, and physical activity to achieve this goal.ObjectivesTo present ways to reenergize and keep the ideas flowing.
 

The Schedule

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Activity OverviewWhile this might be seen as a very simple skill, some leaders have never learned the practical tips for creating agendas that make a meeting more successful.ObjectivesTo demonstrate how to create a useful agenda.To identify the value of creating and using agendas.To practice creating an agenda.
 

The Art Of Negotiation

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Activity OverviewNegotiation is one of the most utilized skills by leaders. By taking roles in a work scenario, leaders practice this critical trait.ObjectivesTo identify participants’ preferred negotiation techniques.To practice the use of negotiation skills.
 
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