Propose a speech that you would give to a friend in an elevator summing up the contents of this course. You have 30 to 90 seconds to inform your friend of the most important elements. Go!
I would advise my friend that this was an excellent and eye opening course. It confirmed that I was a transformational and inspiration leader. It helped me to understand how to work better with a diverse group of people. And how the diversity of team often makes it a great team. It also taught me by being supportive and empowering employees to always do their best often results in higher performance from those employees. I would also recommend ...view middle of the document...
As a trainer I have the opportunity to interact with person on all levels. Those persons that come in as new hires for entry level position I certainly plan to give the encouragement and motivation they need to push and work to always go higher. Letting them know that this should only be a stepping stone or their training ground to work their way up to higher and bigger things. I would also incorporate different types if initiatives during the course if my training classes that would teach us to embrace diversity in the workplace. I would implement activities that would show us how to appreciate those that are of different ethnic backgrounds, how to identify others cultural differences and show others how we can mesh the uniqueness of each individual to create a great and successful team. The last concept that I listed was not least important by far. There will be some point in our working lives that we will be required it work on a team. This particular concept I definitely plan to use at work and at home. To break down the concept of what makes a team effective and the processed they can use to make their team better and more efficient could prove to be priceless in some organizations. Most groups fail because they simply do not know how to work well together and make their differences work for them instead of being a hindrance.
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