Engage Talent, Time, and Energy
with the Right-Thinking® Learning Intervention Process.
Low maturity is at
The heart of disengagement.
Let’s face it. The world we live in is chaotic, busy, and full of people with self-centered motives. Consider when stress rises. We often become efficient with people and struggle to truly understand different points of view. People in our personal and professional circles just don’t see things the same way we do. So, why is 85% of the workforce disengaged?
Low maturity can significantly impact individuals, teams, and organizations.Varying levels of maturity influence the way we see ourselves and those around us. Leaders typically focus on symptoms of employee disengagement, like low productivity, apathy, withdrawal, inefficiency, and poor execution. However, without treating maturity as the source of the problem (i.e. bias, trust, motives, beliefs), organizational challenges will never be fully resolved–even with great training. You are already invested in your people. Imagine fully engaging their talent, time, and positive energy to achieve your most important goals?
More than just great training, it’s
Right-Thinking® is a 2-day workshop that helps you unleash the most important things you can offer the world: your time, talent, and positive energy in order to make a meaningful contribution.
Awaken your positive and negative emotional
triggers. Learn why you respond to the world
in such a unique way and understand why
others react so differently.
Challenge the story that you have created
in your head. Explore humility and how to
adjust your emotional energy to engage others
exactly where they are.
Be ruthless about where you invest your time – especially as you re-discover what matters most on your journey
Commit to expand your beliefs about other people and to situations that often upset you.
Prepare to be professionally coached toward achieving the permanent behavior change you desire
Learn the Four Lenses® to
Improve interpersonal communication.
Every individual has a unique spectrum of personality traits that impact the way he or she communicates. During the Right-Thinking® workshop, participants are introduced to The Four Lenses®. This personality assessment helps everyone identify and understand their own temperament (i.e. Green, Gold, Blue, Orange). Groups then learn how to communicate with each other through a process of empathic listening. Rather than judge others for flawed behaviors, participants learn how to value diversity and appreciate unique perspectives. Participants gain a deeper understanding of themselves and a greater social awareness and acceptance of others.
Become your best self.
Personal change is difficult, but it is possible. In high-maturity mode, we see human nature for what it is—and we persevere, despite our challenging circumstances. However, before behavior change can happen, it is critical that we start by analyzing the core beliefs that govern our actions and the results we achieve. Because of this approach, Right-Thinking® can be instrumental to personal change. Participants reignite passion and purpose by starting with a new mindset.
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. Training increases knowledge mastery, but fails to develop skill acquisition, and 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 an ICF certified Shipley Coach.
Each week individuals will meet with their coach virtually to set goals, review progress, and make new committments. The objective is to increase maturity and improve communication at work or home. Personal goals are created by the individual and might include:
- Learning to work with a difficult boss
- Leading a team to execute a new strategy
- Communicating with a spouse
- Developing relationships of trust
- Reaching a child or teenager
- Building a new team or division
- Motivating a disengaged employee
- Making bolder decisions and owning the consequences