The Make it or break it stage of talent development
Effective communication is essential for the success of any individual or organization. The challenge most organizations face is not understanding the importance of effective communication. This is a skill that many people need to learn as poor communication or lack of increases conflict and loss of productivity.
how we can help
We indetify the gaps between they way you as a leader are identified and how you'd like to be identified.
We address all ineffective communication at the individual, team, and organizational level.
We help organizations maximize its most important resource: its people.
We provide the tools, strategies, feedback, and show you how to implement them.
Raise awareness of how the leader’s behaviour impacts on others and drives performance
GSI’s organizational development solutions focus on transforming businesses and their rapidly changing environments through collective learning, knowledge management, and fundamental professional values.
key results include
Builds trust Among Employees.
Provides leaders with recognizing mental health risks to staff.
Influencing and inspiring staff which helps when trying to gain support for future projects.
Provides leaders with effective communication & listening skills.
Being open to positive and negative feedback.
Provides leaders the able to stay calm in handling pressure effectively.
How we all value different things in life and how each of us can identify where we’re strong and where we need development and take this information to build out further professional development opportunities.
Julie Lessiter Vice Chancellor, Strategic Initiatives at LSU Shreveport
The MBTI has helped me understand personal space and I am more aware of my coworkers preferred work environment. It has helped me better understand my friends and partner as well.
Marley WaltersAmerican Eagle Team Leader
My biggest take away I had from my MBTI results was not only personally reflective but being able to assist my team in understanding each other.
The MBTI is great for team building!
Mikayla AndersonWebsite and Graphic Designer, Revision Marketing Group