Greater Philadelphia Chapter


SIG Event: Learning & Development SIG

  • June 05, 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Microsoft Technology Center, 45 Liberty Blvd., Malvern, PA 19355

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Capabilities of Collaborative Leadership
Learn to help individuals and teams develop their collaboration capabilities to impact their bottom lines!

Program Description:  

Achieving financial results in any organization is increasingly dependent upon collaboration of teams. Today’s increasingly complex business processes, fewer resources, shorter time frames and pressure for greater innovation continue to drive the need for collaboration.  In order for individuals and teams to be highly collaborative most executives need to restructure their beliefs and attitudes to some degree. Elevating the focus on collaborative capability development raises the productivity of teams, leadership and high potentials.

With this fast paced complex environment, a higher capability of collaborative leadership is urgently needed.  This requires self-awareness, emotional intelligence, a shifting of the underlying belief structure and the elevating of certain skill sets.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • How to use a map of collaboration using the Thomas-Killman Conflict Model and how to diagnose the developmental challenges of a team.   
  • A 7 Step Team Collaboration Model
  • How to uncover the teams belief structure in a simple exercise and understand the relationship between beliefs, attitudes, behaviors and skills as they relate to collaboration and financial impact!
  • The five essential skills necessary for executives to demonstrate in collaborative leadership and their related beliefs and attitudes
  • The key skill necessary for a team member to have in order to become a high performing team!  

Come collaborate in a learning experience together! 

Speaker: Tom Dyer, Principal, Collaborative Outcomes

Tom Dyer is the principal of Collaborative Outcomes, a consulting and coaching company working with individuals and teams in their development with an emphasis in collaboration.  He established his coaching practice in 1994 before it was called executive coaching and has continually evolved his practice with the intention of supporting permanent growth as fast as possible.

The evolution of his work has embraced the practicality of using the workplace as a classroom for development and risk as well as tying the development to specific outcomes and financial impact.  This grounds the work in a permanent fashion and is a game changer for career paths moving forward.

Tom graduated from Boston College with a BS in Marketing, has a certification in Neuro-Linguistic Programming from the NY Training Institute, MA in Applied Psychology from University of Santa Monica and has studied the following instruments:  MBTI, Spiral Dynamics, Enneagram, Productive Conversations by Action Design, EQ by Genos International.

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