Chance to Shine Network Support - CSI Programme Welcome to the Chance to Shine Network Support Programme. We at Chance to Shine recognise the value that the cricketing workforce brings and the difference they make to children and teachers lives daily. In these tricky times we want to do our bit to maintain a healthy and motivated workforce ready to return to action when it is safe to do so. The CSI programme (Connect, Support, Improve) is designed in three pillars each containing themed webinars around bringing the best out in yourself, bringing the best out in others and looking to the future. Click here to access the Chance To Shine Network Support Programme Outline which details the programme and specific content. This page will outline each module including a link to a webinar, a short theory summary and prompt sheet. Please let us know any feedback you have about the programme here. Programme Outline: Week 1 - Self-Management Week 2a - Self-Awareness using Insights Discovery (Option a) Week 2b - Self-Awareness using Insights Discovery (Option b) Week 3 - Personal Resilience Chance to Shine Podcast - Episode One Week 4 - Understanding and Influencing Stakeholders Week 5 - Building Great Teams Week 6 - Feedback and Coaching Conversations Chance to Shine Podcast - Episode Two Week 7 - Personal Presence (in a virtual world) Week 8 - Goal Setting Week 9 - Thinking Differently in Complex Times Chance to Shine Podcast - Episode Three Week 1 - Self-Management Aimed at those wishing to increase their effectiveness at work; make the best use of their time and energy Objectives Understand and apply theories of time management Understand what your blockers are and how to mitigate their impact Managing your energy and vitality to become more effective Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Slide deck Key Time Line The Webinar begins at 2.42 Eisenhower Matrix 16.00 Covey's Circles are 20.12 Power of Full Engagement 26.18 Length of webinar 47.10 Week 2a - Self-Awareness using Insights Discovery (Option a) Aimed at those who wish to understand themselves and their colleagues better so that they can have more, productive and positive working relationships. (and never completed an Insights profile previously) Objectives Understand the colour language in order to describe and appreciate different styles Learn how to adapt your behaviour to interact more effectively with others Use the colour language to explore and discover more about yourself and other Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Slide deck Key Time Line The Webinar begins at 1.35 Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence 3.49 Your Preferences (Insights) 7.28 Overview Insights Theory (Jung) 21.30 Adapting & Connecting 30.30 Week 2b - Self-Awareness using Insights Discovery (Option b) Aimed at those who have previously completed an Insights profile and who wish to refresh their knowledge of the model and deepen their understanding of its application. Objectives Examine the profile in more detail to deepen understanding of personal style Ensure that the value of the profile is being realized Using Insights knowledge to ‘hunch’ others, and how to adapt behaviour accordingly How to identify push points Understand how to stretch your preference Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Slide deck Key Time Line The Webinar begins 1.01 Colour Energy Mix 7.30 Good Day/Bad Day 8.06 Possible Causes of Stress 10.22 Team Wellbeing 16.10 Adapting & Connecting 18.14 Week 3 - Personal Resilience Aimed at those who wish to develop inner stability, self-reliance and manage negative thinking, especially in the current climate. Objectives Understanding resilience vs stress and burnout Developing approaches to take control of our minds and designing balance Understanding how to help others to help yourself Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Key Time Line Resilience & Wellbeing Do's 3.17 What do we mean by Stability 5.00 How the brain works in stress and anxiety 7.15 Brabban & Turkington - Stress Bucket 11.10 REM Sleep 14.17 Positive Action 18.30 Quick Guide 28.34 Link to Insights - 4 colour energies 34.15 Chance to Shine Podcast - Episode One The aim of the podcast is to bring together key aspects of each of the previous three weeks webinars, draw out highlights and offer some practical applications. Future podcasts will include contributors from the wider world of cricket, Chance to Shine and business. Episode One Week 4 - Understanding and Influencing Stakeholders Aimed at those who wish to build their credibility and trust in the eyes of the people they work with and for; thus increasing the quality of relationships and also their influence. Objectives Understand what a stakeholder is and identify your stakeholders Understand a model for understanding stakeholder needs Creating and selling compelling messages that your stakeholders buy into Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Slide deck Key Time Line The Webinar begins at 1.41 Stakeholder analysis 4.39 Who are your stakeholders 6.30 Understand your stakeholders 9.22 Insights - adapt to influence 13.20 Increasing Influence - Centre for Creative Leadership 17.57 Building Trust - Stephen Covey 21.56 Trust Equation 27.37 Ends 35.07 Week 5 - Building Great Teams Aimed at those wishing to explore both what it means to create a high performing team alongside how you can influence a team’s performance from within. Objectives Understand what a high performing team (HPT) is and why it is necessary for organisations to focus on creating a business full of them Understand the four elements that make up a HPT Have an understanding of the role trust plays in making people feel psychologically safe Know the role of the leader in developing a HPT in order to drive increased performance Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Key Time Line Length 49.99 Session Outline 3.08 Awesome Companies 5.15 Benefits of a High Performing Team 8.47 Quality of Relationships 17.36 Steve Jobs - teamwork 28.34 Patrick Lencioni - 5 Dysfunctions 29.35 4 Components of Team Performance 32.17 Building Relationships 46.36 Week 6 - Feedback and Coaching Conversations Aimed at those wishing to improve the quality of performance conversations they have with colleagues and direct reports, and to truly unlock their potential. Objectives Understand the benefits of coaching conversations with colleagues and use them to get the best out of team members Feel comfortable giving constructive feedback to colleagues and other stakeholders Understand when to coach and when to feedback Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document 'Coach Me' Document Slide deck Key Time Line Length 44.10 What is coaching? 3.56 Push - Pull Continuum 8.45 Goleman's Leadership Styles 13.46 Coaching Key Skills 17.11 Grow Model 22.36 Johari's Window 30.17 Feedback Culture 31.39 Iceberg 34.14 Chance to Shine Podcast - Episode Two Episode Two of the Chance to Shine Podcast accompanies the webinars 4-6 - Influencing Stakeholders, Building Great Teams and Feedback and Coaching Conversations. In this episode we were joined by the Chance to Shine Chairman, Sir Donald Brydon, who shared his thoughts, wisdom and experience from what has been a long and distinguished career within business. Episode Two Week 7 - Personal Presence (in a virtual world) Aimed at those who wish to explore some powerful techniques for developing presence. It will include tips to gain greater clarity, confidence, control, and flexibility in the virtual environment. Objectives Learn to generate buy-in and raise the interest of virtual audience Understand effective techniques for maintaining control over the conversation Explore techniques to build rapport with fellow participants Practice the key elements of Energy, Gravitas, Voice and Eye Contact, Styles and Content Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Key Time Line Length 44.21 80:20 Model 3.55 Iceberg Model (context) 8.30 Personal Presence (what) 12.12 Perceptions of You 17.05 SAFE model 21.05 3 Circles of Presence (Rodenburg) 29.36 Components of Influence 35.30 Observable Behaviours 37.55 4 P's of Engagement 40.25 Week 8 - Goal Setting Aimed at those who wish to change the way they set and achieve their goals. Objectives Using a goal setting model, understand how to create goals that: "are based on big stuff that matters to you" “make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up!” “are crafted to achieve your dream” “indicate what emotions you need to create to achieve your dreams” “are way beyond your comfort zone.” “outline the type of thinking you need to drive the right actions” Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document Week 9 - Thinking Differently in Complex Times Aimed at those who wish to build adaptability, get unstuck and self-generate new ways of doing things when there’s no blueprint for success. Objectives Build self-awareness: understand how people are built to think with all they’ve got. Identify untapped potential: each attendee will receive their own report on how they use their thinking strategies. Equip to grow full thinking: access resources to use the 4 thinking strategies in their own lives and organisations. Highlight applications of full thinking: including change programmes, adaptability and problem solving. Access the Webinar Supporting Documents Supporting Theory Document ‘Coach Me’ Document http://thinkfully-assessment.co/discover Key Time Line Length 50.20 How to Think 5.40 Expert Thinking 8.40 Link Thinking 20.18 Depth Thinking 28.53 Click Thinking 36.54 How do you Think 44.24 Chance to Shine Podcast - Episode Three Episode Three of the Chance to Shine Podcast accompanies the webinars 7-9: Virtual Presence, Goal Setting and Thinking Differently in Complex Times (from Pillar 3 – the future) In this episode we were joined by the Chance to Shine co-founder Lord Mervyn King (formerly Governor of the Bank of England). Episode Three Please let us know any feedback you have about the programme here.