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BRS Breakfast Series - Adelaide 2018

Thursday, 9 August 2018 – The Myer Briggs Type Indicator Improving how your team works together in just four letters

Thursday, 30 August 2018 – Team Management Profile The Nine Key Success Factors behind Outstanding Teamwork and High Performance

Thursday, 20 September 2018 – Understanding Your Managers Impact Do you really know the influence and impact of this crucial group in your organisation?


The Myer Briggs Type Indicator: Improving how your team works together in just four letters

  • Date: Thursday, 9 August 2018
  • Time: 7:30 – 9:00 am
  • Venue: Adelaide Pavilion, Veale Gardens, cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road, Adelaide
  • Presenters: Brianna Wedding & Kym Williams

 

Remember that personality test you thought was just four letters?

Well… roll in, grab a croissant and bring your notepad because we’re going to show you how the Myer Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) tool has been enhanced for individuals and teams that are new to the tool or since you last experienced it.

We’ll give you an insight into your own personality type, how the instrument strengthens teams, develops leaders and gives organisations around the world a competitive advantage.

We will also go into how the tool has been enhanced for individuals and teams.

The MBTI tool provides benefits that:

  • Establish a neutral and affirmative language to discuss preferences within individuals and teams;
  • Increase productivity by aligning individual MBTI preferences to particular tasks;
  • Identify team strengths, preferences and blind spots to be aware of;
  • Increase trust within and between teams; and
  • Provide practical strategies for team members to communicate and work effectively with other types.

Want more?

Our accredited practitioners will be answering the tough questions around the MBTI in order to enhance the collaboration and performance of your leaders, teams or organisation.

The four key questions we’ll discuss include:

  1. What is the tool and how does it work? What are preferences and facets and why do they matter?
  2. Why is it relevant or even important to my people/team/organisation?
  3. How can we leverage it to improve teamwork and collaboration?
  4. Where’s the proof that it works (case study) in a team environment?

 

 

If you’re a HR Manger, management team, manager or leader or simply want to learn more about the tool and what has changed, meet us at the Adelaide Pavilion Thursday, 9 August 2018 for a morning full of insights and learnings to leverage in your organisation.

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Team Management Profile: The Nine Key Success Factors behind Outstanding Teamwork and High Performance

  • Date: Thursday, 30 August 2018
  • Time: 7:30 – 9:00 am
  • Venue: Adelaide Pavilion, Veale Gardens, cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road, Adelaide
  • Presenters: Kym Williams

The Team Management Profile (TMP) is a research proven pyschometric profiling tool for personal, team and leadership development and offers a framework for building high performing organisations.

The key to the TMP is all about learning, not assessment. The Profile can be used across organisations to improve performance and achieve better business outcomes.

The TMP tool and report provides objective, constructive, work-focussed information that helps individuals understand why they work the way they do, and develop strategies for improving how they work with others. It provides insights about your work preferences in relation to:

  • Leadership style
  • Team building
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Communication

The benefits of the TMP are as follows:

  • Gives you a proven framework and model to navigate change, manage projects and build and sustain high performance;
  • Enhances individual and team productivity;
  • Improves organisational communication and collaboration;
  • Helps you build more resilient organisations;
  • Gives insights into how to resolve conflict; and
  • Provides a complete approach to building and maintaining balanced, high-energy teams.

This breakfast conversation will:

  • Provide an overview of the TMP tool;
  • What it measures and when you would use it with your leaders, team members, teams and organisation;
  • Work through an understanding of the critical tasks around the Types of Work Wheel;
  • Outline work preferences, how they are formed and influence how you do your job and work with others;
  • Understand your work preferences and what this means when working more effectively within a team;
  • Demonstrate how TMP can be used to develop a high performance team; and
  • Explain how TMP helps in improving teamwork, collaboration and efficiency within teams and between teams.

 

If you are interested in learning about the key success factors required to build outstanding teamwork and high performance teams, then you will really enjoy this breakfast.
This session will be very valuable to HR leaders and senior leaders within organisations.

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Understanding Your Managers Impact: Do you really know the influence and impact of this crucial group in your organisation?

  • Date: Thursday, 20 September 2018
  • Time: 7:30 – 9:00 am
  • Venue: Adelaide Pavilion, Veale Gardens, cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road, Adelaide
  • Presenter: Nathan Hayes & Kym Williams

Managers provide a vital connection to ensure the strategic vision and goals set by executive level leaders is understood and implemented by the rest of the organisation.

Managers are key to ensure their teams understand their role in enacting the vision and achieving the organisations goals. Effective managers align their team with the goals of the organisation by driving constructive behaviours, developing high performing teams and through decisive decision making.

Management consultant Peter Drucker has labelled the ‘primary functions’ of a manager into five distinct components:

  1. Set objectives – setting goals for the group, and determining how best to meet those;
  2. Organise – divide work into manageable activities, and assign these to relevant team members;
  3. Motivate and communicate – communicating decisions clearly and creating a team ethos amongst staff;
  4. Measure – establish appropriate yardsticks and targets, and analyse and interpret performance; and
  5. Develop people – developing staff as company assets.

How do your managers know how effectively they are performing in these 5 management functions?

The breakfast conversation will provide insights into this with a brief outline of the Human Synergistics (HS) framework, and overview of the HS Circumplex. The focus of the breakfast will be the HS Management Impact (MI) tool.

 

The MI tool provides information that supports:

  • management development;
  • leadership development;
  • personal development;
  • cultural change and;
  • organisation development.

The feedback provided in the MI tool gives valuable insights around management approaches (facilitating / inhibiting), impact on others (Constructive / Defensive), and
effectiveness (personal / organisational).

 

In this breakfast Kym and Nathan will:

  • Provide an overview of the Human Synergistics (HS) framework and tools for self and leadership development with a focus on the Management Impact(MI) tool.
  • Explain the appropriate application of each of the individual level HS tools with a focus on your managers.
  • Provide an overview of measuring management impact using the Management Impact (MI) tool.
  • Outline:
    • management approaches that either facilitate or inhibit others
    • how managers can motivate people to behave in constructive ways as opposed to defensive ways
    • management effectiveness in relation to personal and organisation criteria.

 

If you are looking for insights around how you can measure whether your managers are having a constructive impact on the people around them and teams they manage, you will enjoy this session. The session will be very valuable to HR leaders, Managers and Human Synergistics accredited practitioners.

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