SOLVE understands leadership development is most effective when integrated with an organization’s values, cultural expectations, and business goals. As such, the majority of SOLVE’s training workshops are customized to meet the unique needs of the client.
Research tells us leadership development programs are a competitive advantage for organizations when used as part of a comprehensive retention strategy.
Our goal in each engagement is to incorporate the specific business needs of our client. In that effort, we align the training and workshops to relevant strategic initiatives, business objectives, and/or service quality programs.
Each workshop is facilitated in an engaging and interactive format that follows adult learning principles, which prioritize experiential learning, personal reflection, and integration of skills within the workplace.
– Nelson Mandela
Emergenetics® is a brain-based assessment that highlights thinking and behavior. The session uses experiential and interactive learning. The goal is to engage individuals and teams in understanding how their individual thinking and behavioral preferences can help boost their effectiveness.
This results-driven workshop focuses on communication and how to use Emergenetics for increasing self-awareness. In addition, participants learn to work more effectively with others by improving conflict management and increasing diverse thinking.
Ultimately, our clients use the Emergenetics workshop to build trust, increase management effectiveness, enhance communication, team building, managing change, and fostering innovation.
– Margaret Wheatley
Conversations between colleagues, leaders and direct reports are most often pleasant and productive. However, there are those moments when things get off track. These difficult conversations occur infrequently, but disproportionately influence relationships and outcomes in the workplace.
Crucial Conversations teach skills for creating alignment and agreement by fostering open dialogue around high-stakes, emotional, or risky topics. Learning how to speak and be heard, while also encouraging others to do the same, leads to a healthy promotion of new ideas, quality decision making, and behaviors which are aligned with unity and agreement.