We are excited to have partnered with Lynette Reed, writer, researcher, and advisor on human potential, to present a course on managing the chaos that can easily become a regular part of project management work.
Businesses and organizations across the globe are now moving forward into a new way of functioning, and it’s essential that they find ways to strengthen relationships within their teams. Lynette’s three-part course offers thought provoking insight how groups of people working together are affected by chaos and how to manage it and still be successful. Key elements covered include the following:
- Understanding four types of chaos
- Chaos theory
- Three types of relationship behaviors to strengthen teams
- Current changes that add complexity to work
- How-to’s on strengthening working together during challenging times
- Plus, the opportunity to test your skills
It’s an important conversation that won’t take hours and hours of your time. The course comes in three parts, and each is just 30 minutes long!
Part 1: What Creates Chaos?
Chaos comes in many forms. This 30-minute session discusses the relationship of chaos to the workplace along with the various types of chaos that can occur. The participant will be led to isolate activities or events that create chaos and identify four types of chaos that impact interactions. Understand the effect of chaos as it relates to strengthening or fracturing relationships.
Part 2: How to Manage Pandemonium in a Team
Pandemonium arises from chaotic situations. This 30-minute session discusses three ways to manage pandemonium. The participant will understand the role that individual responses play in a chaotic situation and be led to identify three behaviors that help in managing chaos. Recognize the way that these behaviors help to strengthen or fracture relationships.
Part 3 – Our Complex World and Work
We live in a complex world that is filled with chaos. This last 30-minute session discusses just that. The participant will review three behaviors that help to manage chaos and be able to better recognize situations that contribute to it, as well as understand the role that the identified elements play moving through chaos.
Lynette has mentored people from businesses, non-profits, schools, allied health agencies, chambers of commerce, governments, and churches. She has taught courses on team building, leadership, ethics, world religion, and world cultures. Her current literary contributions include an executive summary paperback titled, Fixing the Problem: Making Changes in How You Deal with Challenges. She is also a co-founder and board member of the Institute for Soul-Centered Leadership at Seton Cove. Lynette holds a Doctor of Ministry in Spirituality, Sustainability, and Inter-Religious Dialogue and a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Her three-part MPUG course, Managing Chaos and Pandemonium in a Complex World, is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Leadership category of the Talent Triangle.