Values - Deep Work

 

Talk/masterclass/group workshop.

 Values are a unifying force – a simple, clearly facilitated conversation around values – the ones we have in common and the ones we don’t, will bring a group closer together with a stronger understanding and appreciation of each other’s unique qualities. Without these conversations we can remain stuck in superficial conversation, never really getting to grips with what’s important to each other.

Outcomes.

·       Deeper understanding and respect for fellow team members.

·       Clarity over personal vs organizational values.

·       Understanding of link between values and motivation.

·       Deeper linkage between values and behaviours.

·       Understanding of importance of delivering on organisational values.

·       How to do more than pay lip service to values - move away from simply enacting values towards embodying them.

·       Appreciation of others’ different values – and the need to be careful about not making assumptions about what other people’s values might be.

·       Appreciation of how conflicting values can impact - to recognize this and decide what to do.

Who’s it for?

  

This talk/workshop is for teams. Values exercises that explore personal and social values in a group have a profound effect on the group as a whole – it deepens empathy, helps people appreciate their differences and improves the quality of relationships.

Getting a group working together to identify deeper values helps strengthen relationships within the group - it’s like participants start to understand each other’s unique software.

Session Structure

  • Available as a 3.5 hour session, a full day, or as a standalone interactive masterclass.

  • Workshop - Minimum 8 people, maximum 12-14. Masterclass can be delivered to a large audience.

  • Mix of input, pairs exercises, thought experiments and group discussion. Worksheets supplied.
    Small number of slides.

1-1 coaching follow up on request.

 

 

 
Image copyright: Pete Mosley 2018

Image copyright: Pete Mosley 2018

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