Way To Win
- Helping participants to move from positive to progressive attitude
- Sensitizing the participants towards the changes and challenges
- Understanding the current business environment and our role
- Realize the importance and responsibility of change Becoming change leader and role model
- Helping them to become “Purposeful Action Taker”
- Leading our teams with effectiveness and keeping them result oriented
- Understanding the Power of Responsibility
- Power of choice (choosing our emotions, action and response)
- Power of Focus (Happy, Proud, Grateful)
- Three kinds of people (Accusers, Excusers and Choosers)
- Un-trapped Mind by removing “Mental Locks”
- Getting rid of slavery of habits
- Keeping our Mental Switch “ON”
- Moving out from ‘Comfort Zone’ and ‘Productive Zone’
- What is Change?
- Types of Change
- The Transition Grid
- Setting the Climate that is conducive to change
- The STOP Tool
- The Change Leader
- Inspiring and Leading People
- Creating a compelling vision for the Team
- Influencing Change
- Coaching and Transposing
- Overcoming Change obstacles- The Inner Resource
- Implementing 4 Es: Energy, Energize, Edge & Execute
- Desire Vs. Goals
- 7 principles of working with goals
We at Think Inc. believe in ‘Blended Learning’ and hence utilize various approaches:
- Facilitator led– our pool of proficient speakers try to lead thought provoking lectures, augmented by their experiences and knowledge bank.
- Open Forum-Discussion to create a higher level of sensitization and understanding, enabling the participants to implement the changes.
- Power Point shows
- Various Audio and Video aids
- Create a deep sense of belongingness and Collective Responsibility
- Acquire a shared sense of Purpose
- Appreciate Teams and Teamwork
- Respect Rules and Play by them
- Enhance Team Cohesiveness by opening up new horizons
- Understand their own and each other’s Roles
- Identify and understand different kinds of people and deal with them effectively
- Channelizing creativity in teamwork
This is a simulation for a real-life actualization to adapt in teams, build trust, and establish communication and co-ordination between the members.
The Exercise begins with a simple rhythmic “catch – throw” scenario, first in pairs and then in groups of four. It evolves into a complex and continuous co-ordination exercise.
As the team matures, members gradually learn to cope with each other and the pressures that they face.
The exercise culminates in joining sticks to make an elementary human “stick-figure.” Discussions based on the Exercise:
Is it easy to add-
- a new member?
- a new level of challenge in the exercise?
What were the various challenges during the exercise?
- How hard was it to co-ordinate with your team?
- How well did you know yourself in the game?
- How clearly did you understand your particular role?
- How comfortable was it to share your personal space
The exercise is inspired by Bunraku Puppet Theater of Japan. Here is a brief on the History:
Bunraku Puppet Theater, which is the most refined form of puppetry in the world, is a combination of various skills: Manipulation, Co-ordination, Power, Poise and Precision, each of which requires many years of training to master.
Each of the puppets is operated by three manipulators who work in perfect unison. The chief manipulator holds the puppet from the back with his left hand by a special grip in the figure’s chest and directs the puppet’s right arm with his right hand. The second operator moves the left hand and the third, the legs. The third operator moves the legs.
No strings attached to Japanese Bunraku puppets!
Role Play Exercise: This exercise would be based on following points. This is termed as 40:20 exercise.
- Listening Skills
- Open Mindedness
- Changing approach according to people