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Thinking Styles and Organizational Effectiveness
Frequently used as a team-building kick-off for major change initiatives, this special presentation is based on the concept of left and right-brained thinking. The program focuses on the practical application of research on cognition in terms of innovation, working cross-functionally, teamwork, leadership and effective communication Using the presenter’s years of research with leaders and managers in Fortune 500 companies, it dramatically demonstrates the effect of thinking style preference on the day-to-day work of individuals and organizations.
Understanding and responding clearly to the way others think can powerfully impact the success of any initiative. This program provides participants with tools for understanding their customers and their colleagues, their managers, their opposite numbers across functional areas, and, most important, themselves. A frequent addition to programs directed at preparing managers and teams involved in major cross-functional change, this seminar has a catalytic effect on organizations - providing a vocabulary that enables candid discussion of differences, and building a powerful foundation of respect and collegiality among managers.