Build a High Performing Culture
Organisations are increasingly focused on creating environments where people can bring their best thinking and do their best work – where each person’s intelligence and capability is utilised to its fullest. We call this a high contribution culture.
The emphasis is normally placed on leaders to create this environment, however research is now showing the powerful importance of the other variable – the way the individual contributor shows up.
Multipliers™ Multiply your Impact
For companies who are embarking on a culture journey, and who are looking to build a high performance culture, the Multiply Your Impact program is an ideal intervention for the individual contributor.
Where leaders and managers have completed the Multipliers™ Leadership training, this program enables organisations to cascade and reinforce the concepts and stimulate a change in behaviour by ensuring alignment of activities to business strategies, providing a language for change and ensuring a faster adoption of the Multipliers™ philosophy as part of the business culture.
Just like it takes intentional leadership to deeply engage team members and get their best thinking and work, it takes intentional contribution from employees to do their best work. It’s easy for employees to operate in a state of reactive followership.
The Multipleirs™ Multiply your Impact program is available as a one-day intensive workshop or as a 3-month learning journey that includes pre-work, as well as a series of workplace assignments supported by learning circles. One-to-one coaching is also available which provides a powerful addition to the learning experience.
Training is split into the following three core modules. All content is supported on the Axonify digital learning platform.
Module #1 – Getting into the game (Understand the agenda and get on it. Know your Native Genius and offer it)
Module #2 – Playing at your best (Deliberate ownership for your work. Negotiate the necessities. The art of offering a clear point of view)
Module #3 – Staying in the game (Defending yourself against yourself & others)