​Leadership and Personality: The Influence on Teambuilding and Organizational Change


​    This 12-hour course and workshop examines and evaluates current leadership and management theories, principles, and the impact personality plays in organizational

    change, leadership, and teambuilding. Additionally, it will provide understanding of personality strengths and areas of stress and how each can positively and negatively

    affect the people, purpose, production, and profit within an organization.

    Leadership, management, and personality principles and theories will be examined within case study sceneries for the corporate, non-profit, education, and government

    sectors. Further, the roles and responsibilities of leaders, managers, and team members and the influence that work, home, faith/values, and community have within

    organizational change will be examined. Psychological aspects will be examined within each setting as it relates to opportunities and challenges that effectively and

    ineffectively affect our ability to problem solve. Consequences of actions will be considered in terms of ethics, morals, law, and business polices and protocols.

      Pre-requisites:

  • Complete your online 15-minute Personalysis assessment
  • Review your full 13-page report and Report Guide

     

     Details
     Time: Three days or two hours per week over 6-weeks
     Location: Your site or by video conference
     Attendees:

  • Team members
  • Cross-functional teams
  • Matrixed relationships

                                                                                                           

         Greystone Professional Value-Based Leadership Programs and Studies
Organizational Leadership Development and Teambuilding Strategies

Mission: To ensure that the excellence in our programs and associations build a value-based community of relationships focused on serving the greater good through

long-term ethical and economic sustainability.
Program and Study: To equip working adults through education with value-based leadership strategies and methods in order to achieve personal and professional

goals while enhancing the quality of life for humankind locally and globally.​

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​    between participants, the instructor, and Greystone. It serves as a basis for participants and instructor evaluations. Therefore, it should not be substantively altered without appropriate communication among all parties. 


Organizational Culture & Ethics: The influence values have on perceptions of misconduct and the factors of whistle blowing

      This 12-hour course examines the impact ethics have on perceptions of misconduct in the workplace. It will focus on leadership’s role in defining and demonstrating  

       organizational values and ethics and how the lack of both within a company's culture might lead to misconduct being overlooked, or under reported.

       It will provide participants with an understanding of the role organizational leadership and personal ethics play in perceptions of misconduct. It will further address

       motivational factors and behavioral theories behind whistle blowers and the risk factors they are willing to accept when exposing unethical, immoral and criminal activity.

       The psychological, emotional, mental, and physical elements associated with the decision-making process will be examined as the process evolves into exposing the

       behavior or remaining silent.

       Further, an organization’s mission, code of ethics, morals, financial, legal, protocols, and polices and the influence each have on creating the tone of a culture will provide

       participants with a deeper analysis and understanding of the factors that can help predict misconduct at work and how and who might respond when it occurs. 


       Pre-requisites:

  • Complete your online 15-minute Personalysis assessment
  • Review your full 13-page report and Report Guide


       Details
       Time: Three days or two hours per week over 6-weeks
        Location: Your site or by video conference
       Attendees:

  • Team members
  • Cross-functional teams
  • Matrixed relationships