Our flexible methodology and the wide range of proven, science-backed elements we have created allow us to design bespoke programmes around your unique needs. Broadly, however, our Being a People Manager programmes are underpinned by three key modules, each of which are unique to Laughology, innovative, flexible and can be adapted to suit your requirements. These key modules are from our Big Chats, Little Chats coaching programme as we believe Being a People Manager is largely about coaching your teams in the moment, helping them to flourish. Elements of the programme can be complemented by other modules including Having difficult conversations, Negotiation skills and presentation skills.
The three key modules are:
It promotes a culture of agility and response and builds managers who understand that communication and coaching shouldn’t be delivered at set times and in set structures, but should be open, ongoing and collaborative. It shows how to effectively feedback and feed forward. We have developed the PA-OFF model to define the type of chats managers should be having with their teams.
They should be:
What does FLIP stand for?
Growth mindset is a strong belief and desire to learn, and an attitude that skills and ability can be developed.
In contrast, a fixed mindset means thinking that skills and abilities are ‘fixed’. This leads to us thinking that there is no point in having a go, as there is nothing we can do to improve. Shifting from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset, can be the difference between saying/feeling ‘I can’t’ or ‘We’ve always done it like that’ to ‘I can’t yet’ or ‘Let’s try another way.’
The way we talk to people and see them can, in turn, make them behave in a certain way. If we have a fixed mindset about others we can put them in a box. For example, if you don’t let someone have a go at something because you don’t think they’re good enough or you perceive someone else to be better, they’ll never get a chance to learn.
This module will