Experienced organizational development (OD) practitioners and HR managers who frequently do OD interventions in the workplace can now look to MSEC for advanced training.
Here are our 2014 offerings:
Need help supporting employees in conflict?
Conflict Coaching: Learning to be an Effective Conflict Coach – June 9-11
Conflict coaching is a one-on-one process used to support an employees’ ability to engage in, manage, and productively resolve conflict. In this workshop participants learn the process of coaching an employee through a conflict situation. Participants develops skills to support employees in conflict, both in consider options for managing the conflict, and designing approaches to working out the conflict.
Collaboration Skills: A Radical Approach to Problem Solving and Conflict Resolution
June 24-25, September 18-19
Radical Collaboration® is a catalyst for building more effective work environments and more trusting relationships. Collaboration requires a skill-set and a mind-set, both of which can be learned. Radical Collaboration® teaches five essential skills for building strong alignments. This fast paced, hands-on learning experience increases trust and problem solving and reduce costly defensive behaviors.
Need help improving the functioning of a group or team?
Matrix Team Leadership – October 1-2
This seminar is designed to develop leadership skills that build the capacity of a group toward a high performing team utilizing a systems theory model. Participants learn how to matrix the team into a “living system” of relationships that encourages interconnected communication and interdependent leadership.
Advanced OD Tools: Assessing Organizational Functioning and Culture – TBD
This session is designed to expose you to some of the tools we use when working with organizations. Come hear about organizational culture and climate assessment tools like the Team Contour and KEYS® for Creativity
and Innovation. Participate and learn about techniques like World Café and Open Space Technology.
Need help building high-potential talent and leadership capacity?
Storytelling: The Power of Narrative – TBD
Oral storytelling has a rich history in our culture as a way to store, retrieve, and convey information. We are shaped by the stories we hear as well as by the stories we tell. Learn how a well-told story can help us learn, understand business processes, create, and modify corporate culture, manage change, facilitate the transfer of knowledge, and help to develop, coach, and mentor others.
Enneagram: Leveraging the Power of Personality – September 12
If you have ever asked yourself, “Why do people act the way they do?” The Enneagram will help you answer that question by defining nine distinct personality TYPES and how each TYPE views and interacts in the world. Understanding the motivation and strategies behind the behavior of each TYPE allows us to build compassion for ourselves and others in order to better communicate more effectively in the workplace.
Advanced MBTI: Step II – TBD
This instrument, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, (MBTI Step II) hits at the heart of who someone is by tapping into the facets within each Step I type preference. It can help you to understand the unique ‘fingerprint’ of an individual’s personality, revealing what makes them different to others of their Step I type. The result is a highly personalized profile and development plan that is perfect for coaching, action planning and building cohesive teams.
Advanced MBTI: MBTI and Stress – August 21
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator provides a framework to assist individuals and organizations
understanding of stress reaction and triggers, and to go deeper within the layers of Type Theory. The intention of this session is to build your ability in recognizing when you or someone else might be in the grip of their inferior function, to help keep you from making matters worse; and to respond in a more constructive manner.
All classes are held at our Denver office.