Why learn to align and empower?
In our complex and evolving organizations, we can quickly lose track of priorities or feel inefficient. To stay on track and ensure that everyone is moving in the right direction, it’s best to arm yourself with good practices for planning… and communication! It is also important to ensure that follow-up mechanisms are in place to prioritize and encourage autonomy and learning, without falling into micromanagement.
Activities are planned and prioritized according to established goals
The right strategies are used to empower teams
Follow-ups are effective and empowering, without falling into micromanagement
Quickly educate your teams on best practices for alignment and empowerment with cutting-edge content designed to facilitate learning and implementation.
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We wanted to offer a customized program for our emerging leaders. They had common development needs and we wanted to capitalize on the intelligence of the group to create emulation and mutual support among them. We were looking for a dynamic firm with thought-provoking and action-oriented content, interactive facilitation and an empowering, strengths-based approach. Boostalab met these criteria and more! I regularly recommend Boostalab for the above reasons, but also because they are people of heart and very passionate, they act consistently to help people combine happiness and performance at work, the content is "on the mark": based on science, very well explained and synthesized, which makes it accessible and effective.
Corporate Advisor, Organizational Development - STM
Oxfam-Quebec wanted to give its managers practical tools by allowing them to acquire the skills they needed to master in this new context of remote management. The virtual intelligence course appeared to us as a more complete and flexible alternative to a one-day training course.
The videos, interactive questionnaires and practical tools offered online allow for immediate application of what has been learned within work teams, and managers are able to see the positive changes immediately. The process is a great opportunity to bring managers together around unifying objectives and helps develop interactions between managers from different departments and promotes cohesion.
CRIA, Business Partner - Human Resources Oxfam-Québec