As a business leader in corporate, faculty/staff in higher education, a director in non-profit or a student on campus the jungle is your territory. It is your border. Your instinct of how to provide a better product or service to your customers than anyone else is your competitive edge way of ensuring survival.
Any leader know that an organization is only as good as the people it employs. As an organization scales, this becomes more complicated than simply achieve the best people.
Excellent people are placed on teams, and how teams interact and perform makes a world of difference on each individual's impact. The best teams are balanced, empathetic towards one another, accountable, and open.
The Welcome 2 The Jungle Assessment provides decision makers and team leaders with tools to create the best teams and supercharge their performance.
Ernest conducts professional development trainings for corporations, nonprofit organizations, sports teams, educational institutions, and small businesses using his Welcome 2 The Jungle Training Program.
Leadership - Leading from the C.O.R.E.
Communication - Each Animal has their own preferred communication style, and each Animal has to keep the other in mind as they communicate.
Team Building - The best teams are balanced and empathetic.
If cultural competence is about bridging across differences that make a difference, then the work must start with a focus on self. Our identities and cultures inform our beliefs, values, assumptions and biases and thus influence the ways we think about behave when working and relating across difference. This workshop helps change agents explore their own cultural patterns and behaviors and links identity awareness to our capacity to make new and different choices to achieve equity or inclusion goals.
There are the four components that make up this dynamic program: Leadership. Communication. Team Building. Productivity. Excellent people are placed on teams, and how teams interact and perform makes a world of difference on each individuals overall contribution. The best teams are balanced, empathetic towards one another, accountable, and open.