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Euro com 27 april

  1. 1. Away Day – 27th of April 2012Benjamin Ball
  2. 2. The Team • Speaker: Benjamin • Assistants: • Trainers: – Greet – Tom – Karolien – Harriet – Els – Patrick – Christine – Christophe – Marien – Saskia – Annemieke2
  3. 3. What you’ll be doing today 9h30 to 13h • Part 1 - Getting more done (than EVER before) • BREAK • Part 2 - Getting along (especially in challenging circumstances) • LUNCH 14u - Cooking3
  4. 4. A small introduction • Put your name on the back of the paper • DRAW – Something typical about your country of origin – Something you enjoy (food, activities…) Trainer collects, and redistributes at random. Go around the circle, guess who drew this. Where are they from, and what do they like?4
  5. 5. Getting more done5
  6. 6. Getting more done • Setting successful priorities • Finding your natural rhythm + increasing it6
  7. 7. Priorities What’s the difference between something URGENT and something IMPORTANT?7
  8. 8. Priorities8
  9. 9. Priorities • Take a look at your current workload • Divide it into the Priority Grid • Max. 5 items in each of the top 2 squares -> What will you drop? -> What will you be able to give more focus to?9
  10. 10. Priorities • Take a look at the priorities of your department (in teams) • Make a grid • All grids are anonymous and will be handed over to the team leaders afterwards10
  11. 11. Morning exercise! • Move your arms up and down 30 times • Now move your arms up and down until I say stop11
  12. 12. #1 Rule of Mountain Trekking?12
  13. 13. #1 Rule of Mountain Trekking • Keep your eye on the track • Bring a map, compass and food • Keep a steady pace13
  14. 14. How to find your rhythm • Do one thing at a time • Incoming: deal with it completely NOW (<2 min) or put it on your todo-list and archive • Calculate in ad-how work: only schedule part of your time Beware the beast called email ‘Email, for most, means letting other people write directly onto their current todo-list’14
  15. 15. Let’s take a break See you back here at 11h2515
  16. 16. ZOOM • Take a good look at your picture • Each picture zooms out of a previous one • Without showing your picture, find out the order of the pictures16
  17. 17. ZOOM • What happened during the exercise? • Who was active, maybe even dominant – and who kept in the background? • Who made sure that results were achieved? • Who made sure everyone was feeling all right?17
  18. 18. The science of communication • We’re all different • We’re all connected Successful Communication is more than being right – it’s agreeing on something (and knowing what the other is talking about).18
  19. 19. Communication = Miscommunication The Italian man who went to Malta19
  20. 20. Hierarchies Stand in the circle, starting at the trainer’s left hand, in order of Age Years of service Length20
  21. 21. Which do you prefer? Which group do you belong to? Stand at the trainer’s left (hand) or right (hand) according to the picture.21
  22. 22. Which do you prefer?22
  23. 23. Which do you prefer?23
  24. 24. Which do you prefer?24
  25. 25. Everybody’s different • The question is: how relevant or absolute is that difference?25
  26. 26. Social styles • For every three words, which defines you most, in real life? • Circle this word • On the next page, find the number that corresponds to your circled words • Add up all the A’s in one score, and all the E’s in another • Example: A=14 E=18 • Fill in your score on the grid26
  27. 27. 4 Social Styles Emotief Promotor Facilitator Actief Re-Actief Director Analyst Niet Emotief27
  28. 28. Social styles • Divide yourselves over the grids • If you’re on a border, choose the one you feel most connected to • Form teams • Make a presentation about – How you like to work – Who you like to work with – How you want to be treated by others – What you can’t stand – What others can manipulate you with28
  29. 29. Create a Company Board • Each group creates one part of the CB – Biggest strength – Biggest weakness – Mission (main 3 principles about how you work) – Vision (long term goal) – The building – The complete team – The different divisions – Threats from outside sources29
  30. 30. Create a Company Board • Procedure in each team: – Promotors give ideas – Analysts give pros and cons – Facilitators decide which elements to keep – Directors execute30
  31. 31. Thank You!31
  32. 32. This afternoon: cooking32

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