This session aims at developing desired behavior. Through targeted exercises you will work on improving the performance and culture. Improving performance means delivering results directly, but also relates to collaboration, communication, conflict management, etc.
There are two components:
Effective behavioral change requires that we identify what we are changing, why we are changing it, and how we are changing it and then create a plan of action to ensure that we implement this change. These elements are addressed during the start session.
Next step is to develop the skills to display the required behavior as a team and as an individual. What does everyone, perceived from their own MD profile, want to contribute to the performance of the team and are they able to. How do people look at each other, at their drives, but also at their behavior.
Combining skill development with underlying, intrinsic motivation and reason, is essential for sustainable change. These elements are captured in the MD Profiles and are an important element to realize effective behavior.
Getting into contact with each other. Giving feedback in a disciplined way and really listening to the other when receiving the feedback.
Giving open and honest feedback to each other. Confronting each other in a respectful way while being self critical.
Periodically evaluate on your changed behavior. Keep building trust and make sure that the new behavior sustains.