TerconPartners Leadership Development Training Programs:

“The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority.”

Is Your Leadership Team Up To Today’s Challenges?

Call Us at 1-888-233-4660 for a Free Leadership Development Consultation

Challenge # 1: How to sustain productivity and well-being in the remote and hybrid business environment.

TerconPartner’s response: “The productivity and well-being of team members depends primarily on one person — the Leader.”

Leaders need to be “Community Builders.”

Definition of “community” – Everyone feels included, has a sense of purpose, and is aware of their role as part of a larger organization. Our leadership development training programs develop leaders who can grow into community builders.

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Contact Us at 1-888-233-4660 for a Free Leadership Development Consultation

TerconPartners Leadership Development Training Programs:

“The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority.”

Is Your Leadership Team Up To Today’s Challenges?

Call Us at 1-888-233-4660 for a FREE Leadership Development Consultation

Challenge # 1: How to sustain productivity and well-being in the remote and hybrid business environment.

TerconPartner’s response: “The productivity and well-being of team members depends primarily on one person — the Leader.”

Leaders need to be “Community Builders.”

Definition of “community” – Everyone feels included, has a sense of purpose, and is aware of their role as part of a larger organization. Our leadership development training programs develop leaders who can grow into community builders.

Leadership development trainings programs in action in an office
Contact Us at 1-888-233-4660 for a Free Leadership Development Consultation

Leading In The Post-Pandemic Business Environment

“Leadership is a relationship between people who aspire to lead and those who choose whether or not to follow.”

– James Kouzes & Barry Posner, The Leadership Challenge

Tercon’s Comment:

Great leaders are willing to hold difficult conversations rather than glossing over the truth, even though it might temporarily lower morale. Our leadership development training programs are custom tailored to your business.

The pandemic that upended the world of work left daunting business and leadership challenges in its wake. The rapid transition from office-based work to remote working accelerated the transition from hierarchy to a network of teams as the organizing principle for how work gets done. As a consequence, leaders and followers are renegotiating the “rules of engagement” in the workplace – wherever it may be.

Call TerconPartners at 1-888-233-4660 for a Free Consultation!

Leading In The Post-Pandemic Business Environment

“Leadership is a relationship between people who aspire to lead and those who choose whether or not to follow.”

– James Kouzes & Barry Posner, The Leadership Challenge

Tercon’s Comment:

Great leaders are willing to hold difficult conversations rather than glossing over the truth, even though it might temporarily lower morale. Our leadership development training programs are custom tailored to your business.

The pandemic that upended the world of work left daunting business and leadership challenges in its wake. The rapid transition from office-based work to remote working accelerated the transition from hierarchy to a network of teams as the organizing principle for how work gets done. As a consequence, leaders and followers are renegotiating the “rules of engagement” in the workplace – wherever it may be.

Contact TerconPartners at 1-888-233-4660 for a Free Consultation!

Leaders help teams build a sense of community when they:

– Encourage members to share information and get to know each other

– Facilitate the development of a common vision and goals

– Empower teams to make decisions independently

– Provide positive recognition for team and individual accomplishments.

Micro-managing – The one thing leaders should avoid doing at all costs. It does not improve productivity and runs the risk of signaling mistrust.

Focus instead on results when communicating with team members:

What has been accomplished? What barriers have you encountered and/or overcome? What do you need from me?

Leaders help teams build a sense of community when they:

– Encourage members to share information and get to know each other

– Facilitate the development of a common vision and goals

– Empower teams to make decisions independently

– Provide positive recognition for team and individual accomplishments.

Micro-managing – The one thing leaders should avoid doing at all costs. It does not improve productivity and runs the risk of signaling mistrust.

Focus instead on results when communicating with team members:

What has been accomplished? What barriers have you encountered and/or overcome? What do you need from me?

Learn how to maintain trust with leadership development training programs with TerconPartners

Challenge # 2: How to maintain the trust of followers during times of disruption and uncertainty

TerconPartner’s response: Low trust is bad for business, bad for people and must be addressed directly.

“When trust is low in a company or relationship it places a hidden “tax” on every transaction, every communication, every interaction, every strategy, every decision and brings speed down and sending costs up.” — Stephen M.H. Covey

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Outcomes of High and Low Trust of Leaders

When Trust in Leaders is High:

* Employee engagement and commitment increases.

* The quality of team collaboration and innovation increases.

* Communication across the company is open and transparent.

* It is easier for the company to recruit and retain talent.

When Trust in Leaders is Low: 

* People feel unsafe, as if no one “has their back.”

* People do what is required, nothing more.

* The quality of customer service often declines.

* Problems often get swept under the rug.

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Six Ways the Best Leaders Build and Sustain Trust

1. Communicate honestly and transparently about the challenges and opportunities ahead.

2. Focus on the present and things they have control over.

3. Demonstrate empathy and concern for team member well-being.

4. Invest in relationship building. Start with one member at a time.

5. Provide clear goals, accountabilities, and deadlines.

6. Expect occasional conflict and address it quickly.

Learn how to maintain trust with leadership development training programs with TerconPartners

Challenge # 2: How to maintain the trust of followers during times of disruption and uncertainty

TerconPartner’s response: Low trust is bad for business, bad for people and must be addressed directly.

“When trust is low in a company or relationship it places a hidden “tax” on every transaction, every communication, every interaction, every strategy, every decision and brings speed down and sending costs up.” — Stephen M.H. Covey

Contact Us To Learn More!

Outcomes of High and Low Trust of Leaders

When Trust in Leaders is High:

* Employee engagement and commitment increases.

* The quality of team collaboration and innovation increases.

* Communication across the company is open and transparent.

* It is easier for the company to recruit and retain talent.

When Trust in Leaders is Low: 

* People feel unsafe, as if no one “has their back.”

* People do what is required, nothing more.

* The quality of customer service often declines.

* Problems often get swept under the rug.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation!
leadership development training programs with TerconPartners

Six Ways the Best Leaders Build and Sustain Trust

1. Communicate honestly and transparently about the challenges and opportunities ahead.

2. Focus on the present and things they have control over.

3. Demonstrate empathy and concern for team member well-being.

4. Invest in relationship building. Start with one member at a time.

5. Provide clear goals, accountabilities, and deadlines.

6. Expect occasional conflict and address it quickly.

Great leaders create great cultures regardless of the one that currently dominants in their organization. They’re confident in their ability to sustain what’s working well and change what is not.” 

Great leaders create great cultures regardless of the one that currently dominants in their organization. They’re confident in their ability to sustain what’s working well and change what is not.” 

Challenge # 3: How to prevent conflict from eroding individual and team performance.

TerconPartner’s response: If you are a leader today, it is your job to see that potentially divisive conflicts are addressed early and resolved constructively.

The disruption caused by the pandemic has resulted in a significant increase in workplace conflict. A recent Myers-Briggs study of 5,000 workers across nine countries found that 85% of participants reported increased conflict at work.

Team members addressing conflict with tools learned in leadership development training programs from TerconPartners

Symptoms of Conflict in Teams

In the hybrid environment, symptoms of unresolved conflict frequently show up in team meetings

1.“Guarded” communication – people hold their cards close to the chest.

2. Some members dominate discussion, others remain silent.

3. The “real” issues are swept under the rug.

4. “Turf battles” can become intense.

5. Blame-placing and finger pointing may occur.

6. Factions may form and people take sides.

7. The ghosts of past unresolved conflicts linger under the surface.

Proactive conflict management must be a priority for team managers and leaders in the new work environment.

1. Talk about the challenges and opportunities ahead.

2. Focus on the present and things they have control over.

3. Demonstrate empathy and concern for team member well-being.

4. Invest in relationship building. Start with one member at a time.

5. Provide clear goals, accountabilities, and deadlines.

6. Expect occasional conflict and address it quickly.

If your team regularly experiences one or more of these symptoms, contact us for information about our Clear the Air Tool.

When this process is skillfully facilitated: 1.) The realissues get put on the table, and 2.) Longstanding relationship barriers that jeopardize business results are removed

Call us at 1-888-233-4660 or Email us at info@terconpartners.com for details.

Challenge # 3: How to prevent conflict from eroding individual and team performance.

TerconPartner’s response: If you are a leader today, it is your job to see that potentially divisive conflicts are addressed early and resolved constructively.

The disruption caused by the pandemic has resulted in a significant increase in workplace conflict. A recent Myers-Briggs study of 5,000 workers across nine countries found that 85% of participants reported increased conflict at work.

Team members addressing conflict using leadership development training programs from TerconPartners

Symptoms of Conflict in Teams

In the hybrid environment, symptoms of unresolved conflict frequently show up in team meetings

1.“Guarded” communication – people hold their cards close to the chest.

2. Some members dominate discussion, others remain silent.

3. The “real” issues are swept under the rug.

4. “Turf battles” can become intense.

5. Blame-placing and finger pointing may occur.

6. Factions may form and people take sides.

7. The ghosts of past unresolved conflicts linger under the surface.

Proactive conflict management must be a priority for team managers and leaders in the new work environment.

1. Talk about the challenges and opportunities ahead

2. Focus on the present and things they have control over.

3. Demonstrate empathy and concern for team member well-being.

4. Invest in relationship building. Start with one member at a time.

5. Provide clear goals, accountabilities, and deadlines.

6. Expect occasional conflict and address it quickly.

If your team regularly experiences one or more of these symptoms, contact us for information about our Clear the Air Tool.

When this process is skillfully facilitated: 1.) The realissues get put on the table, and 2.) Longstanding relationship barriers that jeopardize business results are removed

If you would like to learn more about Leadership Development Training Programs from TerconPartners Inc.

Call us at 1-888-233-4660 or Email us at info@terconpartners.com for details.

What our Clients are Saying

“Over the past 15 years I’ve found TeconPartners to be a valuable partner in building and sustaining a well-functioning organization”.

– CEO of International Medical Association

“Our managers have been through a lot of negative change. Tercon built close relationships with our people and helped them learn new skills that prepared them for future transitions.”

– EVP, Global Engineering & Construction Firm

“Business uncertainty caused trust in our leadership to decline, Tercon coached our leaders to communicate openly about business challenges and get the “real issues” resolved. Tercon’s process was very effective.”

Sr. Vice-President, Global Engineering & Construction Company

TerconPartners’ Core Services as Leadership Training Consultants:

We help executives and senior leaders:

finetune skills in guiding change, coaching & developing people, building high-functioning teams, and managing multiple stakeholders.

For teams and team managers:

as leadership training consultants we offer individual and group coaching that develops skills for the hybrid environment including how to: 1.) Set clear direction, 2.) Build an inclusive team culture, 3.) Provide performance feedback and coaching, 4.) Resolve team conflict and disagreements

Contact TerconPartners Today at 1-888-233-4660 for a Free Consultation!