ALIGNMENT SPRINT FOR LEADERS & TEAMS (Nov - Dec)

Anderson College of Business & Computing Executive Education

Tuesdays: 9:00 - 11:30 am MDT (LiveStream Team Meetings)

Dates: November 10, 2020 - December 15, 2020

$4850 per team / $4350 Regis University and Non-Profit Teams; Team Size: Up to 12 members

The greatest predictor of success is alignment.

Description:

Through this five-week team alignment sprint, leaders and their teams will learn how to apply the True Alignment® framework to improve and better align their team and business, create a set of key strategic initiatives, and achieve greater levels of teamwork and trust. In addition to the six team workshops, team leaders meet for shared problem solving and review of group dynamics and strategies to further support the direct application of their alignment initiatives and actions.

What makes this program unique?

This is not your typical teambuilding workshop. It’s both an alignment sprint and strategic planning process.

• You and your team will engage in an intensive hands-on learning process, developing as a team, and applying True Alignment® to create measurable outcomes.

• Going far beyond the basics, the focus is on aligning your team strategies and culture to your customer experience, and achieving the teamwork that results in greater connection, innovation, and performance.

• By applying True Alignment®, teams are provided with a powerful framework to constructively confront differing views and conflict, and learning essential team problem-solving and innovation skills.

• The program is taught by Edgar Papke, leadership and innovation thought leader and author of the True Alignment® framework, used by organizations worldwide to achieve better results.

• Leaders are invited to engage in weekly problem solving and coaching sessions with Edgar, an added opportunity for exploration, growth, and the direct application of learning.

In alignment to Anderson College’s distinctive approach and Jesuit values[1], each team is supported with coaching. This unique element allows for the direct application of learning and skills to each team's current context and experience. Experience shows that coaching is a vital ingredient to supporting the timely application of learning, resulting in greater levels of success.

[1]

Key Values in Jesuit Higher Education

Cura Personalis

Magis

Men and Women For and With Others

Unity of Mind and Heart

Contemplatives in Action

Finding God in All Things

Learn more about Jesuit Values

Who Should Attend:

  • CEOs, Executives, Entrepreneurs and Their Teams

  • HR and Organizational Development Teams

  • Innovation and Design Teams

  • Profit, Non-Profits and Government

Benefits:

You and Your Team Will Learn How To:

  • Apply True Alignment® to further your organization or team’s vision and strategy.

  • Focus alignment on your customer experience and success strategy and improve your competitive advantage.

  • Better link and align your culture, and create actionable strategies for culture change.

  • Better connect individual team member motivation to team mission and roles, resulting in greater levels of strategic thinking and individual contribution.

  • Identify and constructively confront the conflicts and challenges of misalignments, leveraging each as an opportunity for innovation and improvement, and increased trust.

  • Embed alignment as a part of your culture and leadership, resulting in the ongoing continuous improvement of the team and organization.

Cohort Size:

Each team can include up to 12 members.

Testimonials from participant CEOs and Leaders:

“This is truly a business changing program. Thank you!”

“I had not seen the TA model before and it presents a very powerful way to choose how to align for maximum success. If one area is out of alignment, a leader and team can make choices on how to course correct.”

“Very insightful and useful as a startup business.”

“Excellent! Lots of valuable information laid out in an easy to understand format. The delivery was top line even via video!”

“I learned how to look through my brand intention goggles when deciding whether or not to take on certain projects. If the projects are not in alignment with who we are, we need to walk away.”

“The TA model Edgar teaches provides a road map for a strategic plan that ultimately ends in building an intentional culture around the customer experience

“Edgar fills in all the pieces of culture to help you understand why it is or is not working/taking off in your organization. He uses concrete examples that anyone can understand and advice anyone can take away and use. Excellent!”

Tuition: $4850 per team / $4350 Regis University and Non-Profit Teams

Tuition covers up to 12 members per team

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Teams should only sign up for the Alignment in Action for Teams in Sept-Nov OR Nov-Dec.

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