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Develop One-on-One Engagement Skills

with the Leadership Engagement® Learning Intervention Process.

Leaders must engage soldiers.

The military has always needed leaders that are SMART. Leaders that are intelligent, decisive, and know the mission. However, today’s military also needs a leader that is HUMAN. One that understands people, is caring and compassionate, and takes the time to really slow down and engage with those they lead. Unfortunately, given the Ops tempo over the last two decades, organizations have allowed leaders to focus on being SMART while outsourcing the HUMAN responsibility to others.

Today soldiers need 3 things from their leaders:
1. To be Noticed…they want those that lead to pay attention to them and to be aware of their needs and wants
2. To be Named…they need leaders to distinguish them from others, to recognize their unique talents and abilities
3. To be Known…they need to have a relationship with those they follow; they need to see that they are known and appreciated on an individual basis

Create inspiring engagement sessions with

Leadership Engagement®

Develop one-on-one engagement skills in a 2-Day workshop, and master the foundational principles of motivation outlined in the Leadership Engagement Model™ (LEM).

  • Discover the Four Lenses® to improve communication with others.
  • Understand the 4 LEM quadrants of motivation.
  • Learn how to intentionally use engaging language.
  • Develop effective methods of empathic listening and asking questions.
  • Participate in a 90-day learning intervention process.
Engage soldiers and

Lead your team with one-on-one engagement skills

Four Lenses®

Every individual has a unique spectrum of personality traits that impact the way he or she communicates. This personality assessment helps leaders identify and understand their own temperament (i.e. Green, Gold, Blue, Orange). Together, participants gain a deeper understanding of themselves and a greater social awareness of others.

Framework

Learn the power of the 4 quadrants in the LEM model and how to use this framework to motivate others.

Language

Explore how language can powerfully influence the flow and effectiveness of an engaging growth session.

Process

Execute the LEM model steps, facilitate whole-system thinking, and implement a conversational approach.

Results

Set goals and outline a plan to deliver engaging one-on-one engagement sessions using the framework, language, and process of the Leadership Engagement® workshop.

Leadership Engagement®

2-Day Workshop Agenda

30 min. Introductions
180 min. Four Lenses® and Maturity
30 min. Cost of Disengagement
45 min. Breakout: Personal Values Violation
60 min. Leadership Engagement® Model
40 min. Breakout: Language of Leadership Engagement
60 min. The 4W Questions
60 min. Breakout: 4W Context Specifics
90 min. Engagement Demo and Practice
60 min Picture-in-Picture Demo and Practice
60 min. Powerful Questions
30 min. Intro to 90-day Coaching
30 min. Wrap Up

Take training to another level with

The Learning Intervention Process

The process combines a 2-day workshop with 90-days of coaching to help participants identify and focus on achieving personal goals.

Training is a great experience. But, its not enough to create a true learning intervention that inspires behavior change that drives results. Training increases knowledge mastery, but fails to develop skill acquisition, as well as individual application. By combining coaching with any training workshop, organizations will see transformational results in the three critical areas of personal improvement outlined below

Increase results with

90-days of coaching.

Workshop participants are more likely to reach their goals with the help of a certified Fourlenses Coach. Each week individuals will meet virtually for 30 minutes with their coach to integrate the knowledge gained and goals set during training into the behavior of the attendees. Utilizing proven coaching tools, our professional and credentialed coaching cadre work one-on-one with attendees to:

• Facilitate measurable behavior change.
• Focus on improving performance. .
• Align newly learned skills to organizational and personal goals.

All with the intent of Driving Results!