Whale Done! The Power of Positive Relationships
The three secrets of Whale Done!—Building Trust, Accentuating the Positive, and Redirecting Energy when Mistakes Are Made—will improve your personal relationships and help you motivate people.
Catching people doing things right and redirecting negative behavior are some of the best tools to increase productivity, build trust, create high commitment and motivation, retain your best workers, promote positive customer relationships, and sustain your competitive advantage.
- Create an action plan for developing productive, positive relationships
- Learn techniques for reinforcing positive behavior
- Identify the five steps for redirecting behavior when a correction is needed
- Discover the ABCs of performance management
- Learn how commonly held beliefs, as well as past experiences and events, can affect performance and trigger specific behaviors
- Create ways to build trust with others in the organization
Coaching to Support Learning: Working one-to-one with a professional business coach is the most effective way to achieve proficiency. The Ken Blanchard Companies offers one-to-one coaching to reinforce the principles and skills learned in Whale Done! More information on Coaching ...
Program Delivery Options
Blanchard’s Whale Done! The Power of Positive Relationships program is available to individuals and organizations through a wide variety of delivery methods.
Open Enrollment Workshops
Training for Trainers (T4T)
Books and Do-It-Yourself Learning Programs
Sustainability describes the learning process and activities that need to occur before, during, and after training to ensure on-the-job application of new behaviors that are required to maximize the probability of achieving business results. There is a vital link between learning and development, your business issues and strategic goals, and accountability. It rests with having a sustainability strategy for turning learning into behavior.
Coaching to Support Learning
Communication Skills for Managers and Individual Contributors