Partners in Progress--Further Resources

This guide builds on materials presented March 8, 2019 at the Partners in Progress Symposium. Keynote speaker Susan Leahy's Group to Team messages will be included with Four Frames of Leadership and more.

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Partners in Progress

1st Amendment Center

Vanderbilt University
March 8, 2019

Sometimes the best place to start is a recap of the day's events and speakers.
 

Speakers' Biographies

Susan Leahy

Susan is a LOVING, POWERFUL, COMMITTED WOMAN. She is a Certified Speaking Professional & Confidence Coach as well as the creator of “The Confident Woman Program” and co-founder of Group to TEAM Leadership Solutions, a global training & consulting organization that helps her clients to build a “Culture of TEAM” by empowering the individual. 

 

 

GROUP TO TEAM WEEKLY THOUGHT:

Who generates TEAM?
Remember there is an “I” in TEAM. 

 

Welcome to another week of our Group to TEAM Coaching for Success program.

There is an "I" in TEAM but often times it is easier to look at others and see what they are doing wrong.
When we do that we get stuck in the WIN/LOSE mindset which keeps us in resistance, however, the generation of TEAM starts with each individual.

What you choose to generate, to think and to feel has an impact on the culture and context of your environment. Although It is easy to become a spectator or be passive in group dynamics, it is more important to be a “stand” for team. 

Sometimes this means inserting your voice or taking an action to support team.  Other times, it simply means holding a positive intention and staying focused on WIN/WIN as you observe other people’s interpersonal dynamics.

THIS WEEK'S ACTIONS:

#1. Put your hand on your heart and say to yourself, “I GENERATE TEAM.”

#2. Practice being a stand for WIN/WIN:

  •  if you hear gossip promoting a negative narrative about someone who isn’t present, say something kind or compassionate about that person to break up the “micro-group” pattern of colluding.

#3. This week make a daily practice of being a “stand” for team – find little ways to represent your commitment and make note of your experience.

 

 
 
 
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