VPs and Managers

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  1. Paving a Route to your Goals
  2. Dealing with a Change
  3. Identifying Key Points
  4. Resilience-The Alpinist Method
  5. Managerial Patterns
  6. Thinking Outside the Box-Managers
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Paving a Route to your Goals
Paving a route is a key concept in decision-making. The workout emphasizes the need to identify a critical path and take action to achieve it.

 

Dealing with a Change
In this workout, you will get to know and practice a thinking tool called the Stoplight Method. The method will help us deal with changes. The Stoplight Method is a meta-cognitive method that emphasizes our ability to detect changes ahead of time and adapt ourselves to changing situations.

 

Identifying Key Points
This workout will shed a light on the importance of identifying and controlling Key Points. This is a management tool that will help us deal with dynamic environments characterized by frequent changes

 

Resilience-The Alpinist Method
In this workout, we will explore the Alpinist Method – a useful strategy for developing resilience and successfully coping with life’s challenges! The Alpinist Method will teach us about goal setting and making sure we are equipped with different resources to cope with various situations we may encounter.

 

Managerial Patterns
Managerial patterns refers to the typical ways in which managers approach their work, make decisions, communicate with their team, and allocate resources. These patterns can include a range of practices and behaviours, and can be influenced by a variety of factors such as the manager’s experience, leadership style, and organizational culture. The following video explores different management patterns or approaches, and how making small changes to these templates can lead to greater success in terms of professional and obedient behavior from employees or team members.

 

Thinking Outside the Box-Managers
This video is aimed at management teams of various levels, highlighting the significance of thinking outside the box and practicing flexible thinking in their daily management tasks. It emphasizes the benefits of adopting such an approach and provides examples to illustrate them.

 

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