Training

USAID/Georgia Mission Staff

EnCompass facilitated a three-day all staff strategic planning and team building training for 90 USAID staff based in Tbilisi. The focus of the retreat was two-fold: strategic planning for the Country Development Cooperation Strategy CDCS process, and second, optimizing the leadership transition and team-building activities. The project included a pre-training assessment through online survey and interviews. Post facilitation, EnCompass provided a report that included an action plan and for recommendations for the Mission.

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In 2010, EnCompass designed and facilitated an off-site retreat for USAID/Armenia mission staff that focused on effective management practices, teamwork, administrative streamlining, program processes, and communications. In advance of the retreat, EnCompass conducted an online staff survey and group and individual interviews with stakeholders and participants to inform the design.

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EnCompass worked with the newly formed IDEA to integrate teams from what were previously six separate offices. A one-day retreat followed a survey, interviews with the senior leadership team, and focus groups to help launch the new Office. EnCompass also offered recommendations for managing culture change as the Office grows and implements its mission.

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EnCompass provided comprehensive facilitation and curriculum design services for this agency under a long-term agreement. EnCompass collaborated with the agency to design and deliver its internal workshops, meetings, and a variety of learning events, which addressed staff communication, collaboration, planning and implementation, team building, change management, and knowledge sharing.

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This program for director-level staff included a three-day offsite workshop focused on key leadership competencies, group learning sessions, and an action learning assignment, supported by group coaching. The workshop was designed based on a series of assessment interviews with selected participants. A design team of stakeholders refined the program objectives and developed case studies for use in the program.

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EnCompass co-facilitates two 3-day modules delivered over a 3-month period with Daimler AG to cultivate a leadership mindset with new managers. The philosophy of this leadership program is based on systems theory and incorporates three phases: learning about leading self, leading others, and leading the business. EnCompass co-facilitates an average of 12 cohorts of 15-20 participants each year, and also provides executive coaching to senior leaders supporting targeted development and performance goals.  The program is delivered in North America, China, Singapore, Japan, and Brazil.

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EnCompass designs and delivers four different global management and leadership development programs within a major organization of the United Nations (UN) in a variety of locations including New York, Geneva, Vienna, Santiago, Addis Ababa, Nairobi, Beirut, and Bangkok. These mandatory programs are delivered to 400-500 senior leaders and managers each year. The programs include multiple classroom modules, 360 assessments, individual coaching to integrate learning.

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EnCompass delivered a management learning program (MLP) for a major United Nations (UN) agency that provides services to global locations in the field. Each 12-month MLP was designed to support 30 mid-level managers and includes a 360 assessment, self-study modules, individual coaching, peer learning groups, and a final five-day workshop delivered in Switzerland, Tanzania, and Hungary. An EnCompass team of coaches and facilitators provide individual and group coaching as well as classroom learning.

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EnCompass designed and now delivers a learning program that targets the development of General Services and Administrative staff in core management skills outlined in the UN Competency Framework. The program includes two interactive face-to-face workshops with individual coaching, action learning activities between sessions, and supported engagement in an ongoing community of practice.

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Undertone Employees

As part of the learning strategy to develop a common management culture, EnCompass designed and delivered a series of workshops addressing communication skills for managers. Participants practiced active listening skills, and learned how to use a feedback model and an approach for conducting coaching conversations. They also explored probing techniques related to Appreciative Inquiry and advocacy.

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