THE HUMAN SIDE OF ORGANIZATIONAL OPTIMIZATION

Improving Your Leaders and Team's Collaboration, Innovations and Passion

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Move From a culture where  employees feel at risk
to speak freely and generate new ideas
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To a culture of excitement, empowerment and focus on business outcomes  

The Second Prong of the EMZO's Group Organization Performance Optimization Program is comprised of five integrated leadership coaching programs. 

Organization Optimization can't be accomplished without the knowledge of new leadership skills, increased team collaboration, and the development of a strength-based culture that embraces innovation with agility.

The EMZO Group's coaching and training programs for Organization Performance Optimization Program are:

 

  1. The Leadership Challenge

  2. The Five Behaviors of Cohesive Teams

  3. The Future of Work- Clifton Strength Training

  4. Working Genius- The Six Key Strength for a High Performance Team

  5. Conditional Lifecycle Strategic Planning Mastery Using ROUNDMAP™ Methodology

The Business Case for Comprehensive Leadership Development

 

CliftonStrengths which is just one of the four educational programs the EMZO GROUP offers, give leaders unique insights into how a person thinks and behaves, which provides a powerful way to align employees with what they do best.

Gallup's meta-analysis of 1.2 million individuals and 49,495 work units in 45 countries specifically shows how strengths affect outcomes.

 

Teams that received strengths-based development have achieved:

  • 19% increased sales

  • 29% increased profits

  • 59% fewer safety incidents

  • 72% lower turnover in high-turnover organizations

CliftonStrengths helps people do more of what they do best.

People who know and use CliftonStrengths are 6x as likely to do what they do best every day. 

These individuals are also more engaged and more productive, as well as happier and healthier. How much more?

 

INDIVIDUALS WHO KNOW AND THEN USE THEIR STRENGTHS ARE:

  • 6x as likely to be engaged at work
  • 7.8% more productive in their role
  • 3x as likely to have an excellent quality of life

Organizational leaders that commit to building the strengths of each associate and weaving a strengths philosophy throughout their organization can see a 23% increase in employee engagement.

Engaged employees aren't just happy employees -- they significantly outperform others on crucial performance outcomes.

What is a Strengths-Based Culture?

In a strengths-based culture, leaders, managers and employees choose to continually develop each person's potential, resulting in an engaged workforce and organic business growth.

Strengths-based organizations integrate strengths development into their mission, vision, values and processes, as well as into how people work and collaborate daily.

It's a culture in which conversations about strengths are frequent and productive -- shaping people's mindsets and approaches to work. And where decisions are often made based on individual or team strengths.

Strengths-based organizations shift away from the old ways of managing people to more effective, forward-thinking ways of developing them.

 

They recognize that the workplace of the future prioritizes:

PURPOSE VS. PAYCHECK

People want work that is meaningful to them. Understanding where they're strongest allows employees to connect with their company's purpose.

DEVELOPMENT VS. SATISFACTION

People don't care about frivolous perks at work. They want to be developed in ways that tap their natural talents so they can succeed.

COACH VS. BOSS

People want managers who can coach them to understand and apply their CliftonStrengths, and who value them as people and employees.

CONVERSATIONS VS. REVIEWS

People want ongoing feedback and genuine discussions about how they are doing, not a one-time, one-sided meeting.

STRENGTHS VS. WEAKNESSES

People want the chance to do what they naturally do best every day...Because weaknesses never turn into strengths, but strengths develop continually with practice.

LIFE VS. JOB

People want an authentic relationship with managers that includes talking about both work and life. They want to work somewhere that values their strengths and invests in their ongoing development.

Contact us to learn more about Creating a Strength-Based Culture