Take the Leap

TAKE THE LEAP – Jodie Nevid

26th February

Jodie Nevid from “The 7 Effect” delivered an interesting workshop on Leadership, performance and engagement. She spoke about how organisations, regardless of size, face the same barriers to achieving ultimate performance levels. She gave us an overview of her program that can help align and grow leadership capabilities of our teams, help develop a proactive culture and embed measurable high performance habits. Here’s a quick overview of something I learnt:

7 Deadly sins for any organisation:

  • Communication: Confusing/Not enough
  • Busyness: People operating in survival mode
  • Silos: Working in isolation
  • Under Performance: Small issues evolve into larger problems
  • No Direction: Lack of clarity
  • Unmotivated: Being dependent
  • Chaos: Inconsistent systems

7 Elements of leadership:

  • Confidence
  • Vision
  • Authenticity
  • Communication
  • Growth
  • Delivery
  • Resilience

6 Key Result Areas:

  • Leadership
  • Employee engagement
  • Customer experience
  • Fairness and equity
  • Productivity & profitability
  • Innovation

7 Habits for high performance:

  • Live an inspiring vision
  • Communicate clear goals and strategies
  • Develop your people
  • Provide feedback and recognise people
  • Build trust and genuinely care
  • Listen and adapt to customer needs
  • Continually improve systems

Both, Jodie & Amy are wonderful speakers and it was a good experience listening to their presentation. I encourage you to check out http://www.the7effect.com.au for more information. This presentation helped me identify key focus elements critical for project success and I’ve been following up on the things I learnt by further reading more about relationship building and team management.

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