Leadership Bytes

When time is at a premium

The biggest challenge that many senior Leadership teams face now-a-days is the paucity of time to dedicate to learning interventions. And yet, there is no denying that as Alvin Toffler said: The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.

How do we resolve this contradiction? When many of our customers approached us with the same challenge, we knew this needed a solution. Learning agility is the name of the game. It is the key to succeeding in an uncertain, unpredictable and constantly evolving environment, both personally and professionally.

FocusU brings to you byte sized sessions on important topics – that we usually cover as full day or two day sessions in our workshops. The key intent of these sessions is to cut to the chase. And yet make it meaningful enough for participants that they are able to take away some tangible learning from the whole session.

big course vs coursels

Here are a few sessions that we have already run as Leadership Byte modules:

Other than these, a sampling of a few other topics that are covered under Leadership Bytes include:
1. Time Management
2. What motivates people at work?
3. Getting to YES
4. From Good to Great
5. Storytelling for Leaders

Do you want us to do a Leadership Byte session on a module that you don’t see here in this list? Do write-in to us. We would love to create a new one – just for you.

A few key parameters:

Is this workshop right for my Leadership team?
Caught in the “busyness” of corporate life, somewhere along the line many leaders lose their passion for learning. Whatever the reasons, once the basics are covered, many people tend to stick with what they know and avoid situations or challenges where they may mess up or be forced to learn something new, thus creating a safe, secure and comfortable (and confining) world for themselves. Here, they do their best to mould the changes going on around them—in people, events and the general environment—to fit with their current ‘mental maps.’ For a while, that strategy can work fairly well. What it doesn’t do is prepare them to adapt to a future that may well require an entirely new set of maps.

If your objective is to introduce Leaders in your organization to new concepts that spark their thinking and that introduces them to a new set of mental maps – in a manner that is engaging - FocusU invites you to explore The Leadership Bytes with us!

Contact Us today - we will be glad to meet up and discuss the possibilities for your team!