Your role as a leader is to actively reinforce and recognize our values. You can do this easily by talking with your team about the changes we're making, beginning the process by scheduling an unfreezing retreat, and reinforcing our values and the concepts learned in the unfreezing retreat in your daily activities and communications.
1. Making the Case for Change
It's important for everyone to understand why we're undergoing the culture transformation process, and the benefits we'll see individually and collectively. Read these onCampus stories to hear from Dr. Gee about why he's leading us through this transformation. This presentation (PowerPoint, Word) can help you talk with your team about our journey from Excellence to Eminence.
2. Attending an unfreezing retreat
The unfreezing retreats are the beginning of our transformation; they teach concepts that help us live our values, and become more effective in our personal and professional lives. The concepts covered in the retreat are straightforward, and are proven to increase individual and team effectiveness. This presentation (PowerPoint, Word) can help you talk with your team about the purpose of the retreat, and what to expect.
As a leader, your active participation in your team’s retreat is vital. It shows your team you are committed to the process, and are willing to take time out to learn new ways of doing things. Here are some tips on your role in an unfreezing retreat.
To schedule your team for a retreat, you will need to initiate the process, and plan the logistics. Here's some useful information to get you started.
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