THE LEADERSHIP ARCHAEOLOGIST'S TOOLKIT
The 20+ tools in the Leadership Archaeologist’s Toolkit are grouped into the following categories. Download the tools below or invite Krister to craft a personalized keynote or workshop that brings the most relevant tools in the Leadership Archaeologist’s Toolkit to your organization.
Leadership Development Tools to Accelerate the Growth of Leaders includes the roadmap for leaders to self-identify the gaps in their own leadership skills and prioritize the behaviors that they need to develop on their journey to becoming a better leader.
Employee Engagement Tools includes Delegation, Goal Setting and Feedback Techniques for Maximizing Employee Engagement; How to Encourage Teams to Take Responsibility for their own level of Engagement; How to Drive Productivity with Positivity; 8 Ways to Praise and more.
Business Growth Strategy and Strategic Alignment Tools includes a) The Seven Sentence Strategy for Growth, b) how to focus a team and prioritize initiatives, c) how to create alignment in a team and cascade it through the organization.
Questioning, Listening and Communication Tools including a) an efficient meeting preparation ritual that creates powerful meetings, b) questioning techniques for effective leaders, c) compassionate communication that connects people.
Emotional Intelligence Tools includes the following An Emotional Einstein’s Practical Approach to Improving Emotional Intelligence, Marshall Rosenberg’s communication protocol for empathetic communicating with empathy, emotional intelligence assessment, how acting classes improve emotional intelligence, and lessons learned from unconventional experiments in emotional intelligence and more.
Goal Setting and Accountability Tools includes a) common mistakes in goal setting, b) how to create accountability for goals, c) how to hold people accountable and more.
Reducing Conflict, Vulnerability, Apology and Forgiveness Tools includes a) How vulnerability defuses conflict; b) the Leader’s two most powerful tools for defusing conflict; c) How leaders encourage tough feedback from their people and more.