Why is Mutual Learning so conducive to leadership team success?
Hidden issues can get in the way of meeting your objectives. The Mutual Learning approach brings these issues to light so that leaders and their teams get to the heart of their biggest challenges and achieve their goals.
Mindset. Behavior. Results.®
To be innovative and successful, your team needs to resolve the issues that really matter but are challenging to address. The Mutual Learning approach helps you examine the hidden mindset that drives your individual and team behaviors as you attempt to resolve these issues. Your mindset – the values and assumptions that you make – impact everything you and your team do, and may be contributing to your and other team members’ frustrations. Shifting your individual and team mindset helps you get unstuck and more forward together toward success.
To succeed, your team must:
- Meet or exceed the standards of people who receive and review your decisions, services or products.
- Work together in a way that improves your team’s effectiveness over time.
- Provide experiences through which your team members continue to develop skills and have a sense of well-being
This is made possible when you and your team apply five core values:
- Informed Choice
You can be more effective and more compassionate. You don’t have to sacrifice one for the other.