Why do Leaders struggle to have good quality conversations with their teams?
Most understand the important role of engaging and facilitating conversations with their team, but lack the skills and confidence to do so effectively.
This becomes even more important, now that most teams are working from home and conversations are mostly remote.
However, some leaders resort to an advice-giving or prescriptive leadership style, others treat conversations with their team as a “box-ticking” exercises or avoid them altogether.
The result is uninspiring, one-way conversations, which don’t involve their team and prevent them from understanding what is going on. These conversations rarely improve performance and inevitably lead to frustration and disengagement,. Ultimately this situation impacts business results, and is one of the reasons talented people leave a company.
At TYC, we recognise these challenges and have worked with dozens of organisations and diverse sectors to address them.
Through our Leadership Conversation programmes, leaders learn to.
Have more inspiring and engaging conversations with their teams
Strengthen trust and collaboration
Develop leadership conversation skills
Become energised, positive and confident in their daily interactions
Leaders who have been through Leadership Conversations develop the skills, the structure and the confidence to have inspiring and more meaningful conversations that lead to better work effectiveness of their team and ultimately better business outcomes.
As a result of the programme, leaders become energized, positive and confident. They become highly motivated to apply these skills in their daily interactions with their team members to strengthen trust and collaboration.