Getting-to-Excellence Program –
Individuals

Excellence from the Inside-Out

Description:

Individual Excellence is characterized by:

  • Insight and great ideas
  • Self-discipline and purpose
  • Self-management and engagement
  • Persistence and willingness to take risks
  • Confidence and inclusiveness

This program enables excellence by bringing out the qualities associated with excellence and helping participants:

  • Understand the difference between excellence and perfection
  • Reduce boredom and anxiety
  • Take more educated risks
  • Nourish relationships
  • Replace judgment with intellectual curiosity
  • Get off autopilot
  • Articulate purpose and values
  • Make time
  • Really listen
  • Define personal and professional balance for themselves
  • Deal with personal and professional challenges more effectively
  • Share their excellence and bring it out in others
  • Ask powerful questions

Recommended Format:

  • Ten sessions over ten weeks
  • Two hours per session
  • Internal collaboration site

Related Offerings:

  • Introduction to Excellence session, an overview of CLUE Institute’s approach and offerings (complimentary)
  • Standalone sessions, e.g., Creativity & Innovation, Time & Stress, Asking Powerful Questions, Making Thinking a Core Competency in Your Organization
  • Customized workshops designed around needs of client

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Getting-to-Excellence Program –
Organizations

Excellence from the Outside-In

Description:

Organization Excellence is characterized by:

  • Individual excellence
  • Organization conditions that promote and enable individual autonomy, mastery, and purpose
  • Organization conditions that are supportive of individuals in terms of tools, resources, and well-being (physical, emotional, and interpersonal)

This program enables excellence by providing a framework to examine and align organization and individual interests, and helping participants:

  • Determine what are the problems or obstacles that, if solved, could cause an immeasurable change in the organization for the better
  • See the organization as a collection of relationships
  • Strategize and align five organization domains: Products/Technologies, Processes, Stakeholders, Environment, and Business Results
  • Address personal and organization challenges in five organization domains: Purpose/vision, Time/Stress, Relationships, Balance, and Prosperity
  • Clarify the complexity between organization and individual issues
  • Have common concepts and operational definitions that facilitate focus and discussion

Format:

  • Designed around the needs of the client

Related Offerings:

  • Introduction to Excellence session, an overview of CLUE Institute’s approach and offerings (complimentary)

Prerequisite:
It is recommended that individual participants take the Getting-to-Excellence for Individuals prior to or concurrent with this program.

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Individual Communication Assessments

Learn How the World Sees You

Description:

The How to Fascinate® Assessment and Report identifies your communication advantages, enabling you to better express how you are different and valuable. More than 700K participants from clients that include AT&T, Cisco, Intuit, Unilever, Wells Fargo, General Electric, Hyatt, GKIC, and Johnson & Johnson have participated.

Unlike the Myers-Briggs type indicator or the Strengths-Finder™ test, this assessment is not about how you see the world — it’s about how the world sees you.

The Assessment:

  • Is based on branding
  • Identifies communication patterns
  • Uncovers how you are uniquely suited to excel
  • Highlights what you already are doing right

Format:

  • Individuals complete 28-question online assessment and receive detailed individualized reports immediately

Susan is one of 54 Fascinate Certified Advisors worldwide.

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Team Communication Assessments

Build a Great Team Based on Diversity of Communications Styles

Description:

After everyone on a team receives their How to Fascinate® Assessment and Report, a Certified Fascinate Advisor combines the results and creates a Team Heat Map, which helps a team:

  • Identify the team’s communication style.
  • Predict how the team is most (and least) likely to solve problems, deal with conflict, and reach conclusions
  • Know if the team has one dominant Advantage, or is evenly balanced
  • Identify the team’s core specialty, or potentially even a disadvantage
  • Understand what individuals on the team contribute to the whole

The Team Heat Map helps leaders:

  • Tap into their team’s individual Advantages
  • Assist each person develop personalized areas of performance
  • Get insights into challenges the teams might have and to intervene when needed

Format:

  • Each team member completes 28-question online assessment and receives detailed individualized report immediately
  • A Fascinate Certified Advisor develops a Team Heat Map
  • A SWOT Analysis (Strengths Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) is facilitated by the Fascinate Certified Advisor with the team
  • Actions developed to achieve team balance

Susan is one of 54 Fascinate Certified Advisors worldwide.

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Project Design & Master Facilitation

Deep Dive into Specific Areas of Excellence

Description:

The Cluebe of Excellence has 20 elements that are interrelated and interdependent: 10 individual and 10 organization. It is a framework for exploring the problems or obstacles that, if solved, would cause an immeasurable change in your organization for the better. No matter where you wish to start or pick up your excellence journey, CLUE Institute can help you to clarify complexity, connect dots, and close gaps.

Examples:

  • Project definition for any Excellence Program-related topics including Purpose, Vision, Values, Mission, Goals, Strategies, Metrics
  • Project facilitation for any Excellence Program-related topics
  • Leader Coaching
  • Leader Consulting
  • Project Team Coaching
  • Project Team Consulting
  • Monthly Mastermind Program

Format:

  • Designed around the needs of the client

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