Course curriculum

The way we work is changing rapidly. Teams are more distributed when employees work from home. This means that team leadership must be more outcome focused than directive. As the nature of work changes, so is the way in which organizations are structured. For many, the traditional top-down, command and control structure is no longer considered the most efficient or preferred way of working, especially among millennials who make up 50% of the workforce. This course helps you avoid 3 mistakes leaders make that cause collaboration and high performance teamwork to fail. If you are contemplating a workforce shift from traditional to more collaborative ways of working, this course heads off predictable problems that result in failure. This course is a prelude to the TIGERS 6 Principles Leadership Fundamentals Course. If you would like to take the two together for $50 cost savings, call 1+541-385-7465 to inquire.

  • 1

    Welcome to the course!

    • How to use this course

    • Participant Guide

  • 2

    Why Collaboration Fails

    • Collaboration Overview

    • Intro to video 1

    • Video 1 - 3 Big Mistakes that Damage Collaboration

    • Video 2 - Competition Part 1

    • Quiz video 1&2

    • Video 3 Competition Part 2

    • Video 4 Behavior

    • Quiz Video 3 & 4

    • Video 5 - Transference

    • Quiz video 5

  • 3

    Measurement

    • Two Ways To Measure Collaborative Leadership Improvement

    • How To Measure Collaborative Improvement in Systems

    • Best Practices for Use of the TIGERS Workforce Behavioral Profile

    • The TIGERS Workforce Behavioral Profile for Department Leadership and Group Assessment

    • Other Measurement Tools

  • 4

    Microtraining

    • Micro Training Advantages

    • Customization of your Micro Training Experience

  • 5

    Next steps

    • More resources for you

    • Before you go...

Instructor

Team Culture Expert

Dianne Crampton

Dianne Crampton is one of North America's leading experts on corporate team culture and is a sought-after Culture Change and Workforce Development professional. Crampton has worked with motivated leaders and their employees through mergers, culture change and snarly group development troubles. She helps committed leaders build work cultures where cooperation among employees and collaboration between departments drive growth and revenue. Crampton, the founder and president of TIGERS® Success Series, Inc., holds an advanced degree in Organizational Leadership and System Design from Gonzaga University.

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