Opiniones y comentarios de aprendices correspondientes a Putting Strengths to Work por parte de Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP)
Acerca del Curso
Welcome to Leading StandOut Teams: Putting Strengths to Work!
This course will explore and deepen your capacity to identify and communicate where your team members do their best work. We will look at how being aware of and drawing attention to strengths -- more than weaknesses -- will work wonders for your team members' performance and engagement. And we’ll discuss how helping your team members work well with each other will go a long way toward making that their story about work a positive one.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Collaborate with your team members to communicate where they're doing their best work.
- Relate your team members' performance and engagement to their individual strengths.
- Design ways your team members can work together more effectively based on where they are at their best.
One: What They Do Best. Explore and deepen your capacity to identify and communicate where your team members do their best work.
Two: Focus on Strengths. Explore how being aware of and drawing attention to strengths -- more than weaknesses -- will work wonders for your team members' performance and engagement.
Three: Working with Others. Learn how to help your team members work well with each other toward making your company story a positive one.
This is a beginner's course, intended for team leaders with an interest in Leading StandOut Teams. It includes lecture videos by StandOut Strengths Coaches, practice quizzes, graded quizzes, peer-reviewed assignments, discussion prompts, and activity guides to facilitate ongoing learning and provide a structure to make sense of learning so that it can be embedded into real change.
To succeed in this course, you should be willing to self-reflect and open to shifting perspectives. Making the effort will result in a positive and fulfilling response. The final project in this course is a required peer review, where you are expected to review, explain in detail, and assess the learning you have obtained....