Program Time: 6:30PM
Close Time: 8:30PM
Event LocationChicago School of Professional Psychology
325 N Wells
Chicago, IL 60654
The Next Organizational Wave: The Self Actualized Team Culture, An ISO Process Designed Small Group Approach to Create Happier, More Connected and Engaged Cultures - one team at a time
Thursday, Mar 9th 2017
Every team is a unique social unit, with common social and psychological needs. The quality of members’ social interactions —both intra-team and inter-team — determines organizational, project or leadership success. How do you create a process where each member of a group feels connected, beyond empowered and meaningful while also developing those emotional intelligence habits that every employer wants?
The two top derailers of teams are trust and vulnerability, according to Patrick Lencioni, Five Dysfunctions of Teams. During this program you will learn about the ten years of research conducted by The Liautaud Institute, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) that will detail the communication protocol and EI based exercises that increase ”trusted vulnerability”. First we’ll explore and learn how to activate the four regions of the “brain" to bring your whole self to work, why most training fails to achieve lasting permanent behavior change, the three “R’s” to create emotional intelligence habits, and the neuroscience that supports a team’s biogenetic need to feel emotionally connected, beyond empowered and meaningful. Attendees will be invited to participate in exercises to experience a process driven approach specific to vulnerability based trust, mindful listening, gratitude, and how to meet the most interesting person in the room.
Facilitator(s): Cynthia Kivland, Chief Solutions Officer, and Joe Balistreri (CEO) are from theLiautaud Institute, University of Illinois Chicago. The Liautaud Institute is an use inspired positive change research institute committed to create happier, more innovative and effective workplaces. The learned processes and habits create a culture of membership, empowerment and meaning, breaking down barriers and shifting cultures to a more collaborative environment where they are creating innovative and customized solutions to improve their job, company and personal life.