NEWS & EVENTS

LDiT’s Scott Shaw Addresses Qinghua University Presidents Class

On February 28, 2014, Scott Shaw, Director of Operations at LDiT’s Wuhan office, was a special guest speaker at the Enterprise Development Forum sponsored by the Zhengzhou branch of Qinghua University’s Presidents Class.  About a hundred general managers and other senior leaders attended the forum.  Scott addressed the participants about the importance of building trust […]

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(中文) “更新教练领导力”工作坊™

您想更有效地领导“知识经济时代”的80、90后员工吗? 您想更有效地建立团队吗? 您想更有效地应对员工的频繁跳槽吗?       LDi Training(思锐)将于2013年10月25日至26日在北京举办为期二天的“更新教练领导力”工作坊。我们将用高度互动活泼的方式开展此次教练思维和技术的培训。   什么是教练?   “教练技术”起源于20世纪中后期的美国,经过三十多年的发展,教练技术已成为欧美企业家提高生产力的有效管理技术。目前,教练已成为美国顾问业中呼声最高、增长最快的领域。 教练是通过积极的倾听、强有力的提问、周期性的跟进和有效的支持与鼓励来帮助被教练者自主解决问题,为其自主实现目标、获取成功提供帮助。教练相信每个人都像是一颗树种,蕴藏着所有成为一株茁壮的大树的潜能。我们需要的是给予养分,鼓励和阳光促进其成长,但那棵大树已经在它里面了。 教练带来的领导力:   前全球第一CEO — 杰克.韦尔奇先生如是说: “我只想做一名企业教练。” “一流的CEO首先是一名教练,伟大的CEO是伟大的教练。 ” “在将来,不能成为教练的人不能被提升。” “我想提醒你们我观念中的领导艺术是什么,它只跟人有关。没有最好的运动员你就不会有  最好的球队,企业队伍也是如此――最好的领导人实际上是教练!” “一个经理人要有一颗更开放的心,过去人们总是认为经理人理当比属下知道的多一些,这种老观念已经不合时宜了。未来的领导者是提出问题、加以讨论、然后解决它们。他们依赖的是互信而非控制,因此管理人要做的是真诚坦率的沟通,领导人要成为部属的教练而非牵绊者。” 家得宝(Home Depot)首席执行官鲍勃.纳德利说:   “我绝对相信,除非一个人被教练,不然他无法达到其最大潜力。” 在“工业经济时代”或工厂里,管理方式关注在控制员工行为上。但在“知识经济时代”,面对“知识型员工”,需要的是另一种管理方式,一种能够释放员工全部潜能、让员工自愿自发为公司做最大贡献的管理方式。这就是“教练技术”。 课程对象:企业中高层管理人员,培训师,咨询师,心理咨询师,助人者 预期收获: 成长为一个改变者/变革者,帮助身边的人突破瓶颈,进入他/她的人生规划中 帮助别人成长为解决问题的人,而不只是帮助别人解决问题 学会用不同的眼光看待身边的人,用智慧陪伴人成长 更有效地发挥个人和团队的潜能 从“问题导向”思维转化到“解决方案导向”思维 帮助你的团队成员切实感受到从你而来的支持和授权 提升团队士气并减少人员流失 课程大纲: 1、变革式领导者的思维 1)现代企业的困境:如何有效管理“知识经济时代” 的80、90后员工? 2)教练式领导:培养自愿自发的员工并释放员工的潜能 3)革变性思维:从“告知”到“提问” 4)领袖的成长:领袖只能给别人自己拥有的 2、更新教练式领导 1)什么是教练? 2)为什么要做教练式的领导? 3)更新教练的前提:教练,被教练者的角色 4)更新公式 5)更新教练的理论依据 3、为团队成员创造改变空间——有效倾听 1)倾听带来改变 2)80/20法则 3)如何有效的倾听?同理心倾听 […]

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Lack Willpower? It’s Worse Than You Think

Cookies or Radishes? In 1996 psychologist Roy Baumeister conducted a ground-breaking experiment which changed how experts understand willpower.  He sent hungry college students one by one into a room where researchers had placed two bowls: in one bowl were chocolates and freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies, in the other radishes.  Some of the college students were […]

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Transformation Leadership Coaching

The Leader-as-Coach Workshop will be offered on the 30th of May to 1st June, 2013 (Beijing). This 3-day Coaching Workshop will change the way you build into the people around you, helping you drive positive organizational change. Led by Mr. John Lim (an International Coach Federation Certified Coach), this exciting and participative training will not […]

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Before Blaming Your Staff, Ask Yourself These 8 Questions

Substandard performance is one of the most widespread problems in businesses today.  Staff know when a coworker is not performing up to the job, and it brings down the morale and quality of everyone around them.  Managers feel stuck.  They don’t want to fire the person, but they have talked with them again and again, […]

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Buyers & Sellers Work Together To Lose

Does anyone really like selling?  Honestly? Part of the problem is that both the buyer and seller do things that cause both to lose. Let’s start with the seller.  Without understanding your needs or goals, they dump loads of information about how wonderful their products are on you.  Often they don’t really care whether their […]

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