Leadership Results: What You Create and What You Allow

2022wed26jan(jan 26)2:00 pmthu27(jan 27)3:30 pmLeadership Results: What You Create and What You Allow2:00 pm - 3:30 pm (27)

Event Details

Virtual Workshop 2-Part Series

Session #1:
Wednesday, January 26
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Session #2:
Thursday, January 27
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Within your team or organizational culture, you are always going to get a combination of two things: what you intentionally create and what you choose to allow.

The call for every leader is to be radically committed to creating a culture that creates the conditions for individual thriving and shared success. The challenge is to be radically committed to seeing what they’re tolerating or ignoring that creates the conditions for individual struggles and collective underperforming.

In this session, let’s define the kind of culture you have. Then we will dig in to name the core values showing up in a positive way—the characteristic ways you create alignment, momentum, and purpose for your team or organization. Next, we will explore the shadow side of your culture. What’s tolerated, ignored, or not able to be safely talked about that is derailing the health and performance of your team?

Ultimately, reality is your friend. If you know what’s working—and what’s not—you can be radically in control of taking intentional steps to promote the best and minimize the worst. While the culture is co-created by everyone, leaders have outsized responsibility and influence. The question is, what are you going to do with it?

Learning Objectives

  1. Clearly define culture
  2. Assess your current culture
  3. Identify strengths/alignment within the culture
  4. Identify weaknesses/misalignment within the culture
  5. Come up with a strategic plan for investing in a healthy, thriving culture

This program is ideal for: Executives/Leaders/Managers

About Our Facilitator

Adam Bouse is a Performance Coach at 15Five. With more than a dozen years of frontline management and leadership experience prior to entering the field of coaching, he is focused on helping individuals grow, teams thrive, and organizations maximize performance. He holds an M.A. in Organizational Leadership, is a certified emotional intelligence (EQ) coach, and has experience working with all organizational levels, from the frontlines through the C-suite. Adam’s coaching specialties include EQ, resonant leadership, difficult conversations, change management, manager development, goal setting, and empathy.


26 (Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 27 (Thursday) 3:30 pm