|Leadership Strategies and the PDI Difference||| Print ||
|Blog - Leadership Strategies|
|Written by Leadership Strategies|
|Thursday, 21 February 2013 17:15|
Leadership Strategies' corporate facilitation methods are founded on our principle of PDI. The acronym stands for a Practical, Dynamic and Interactive solution to common team meeting and project management problems, and it is the basis for how we operate. Knowing how to effectively communicate with people is the key ingredient to success; if you are unable to effectively transmit your message due to improper techniques or complications on part of the receiver, the results will show it. PDI is simple and effective and is based on the idea that people need to be shown how and why their contribution matters.
Being able to communicate complex and abstract concepts is necessary for any company, and it is often gone about in the wrong ways. In the majority of instances, the problems are not intentional. You may have the knowledge and answers to a problem, but they will ultimately be pointless if you are the only who understands them. With the PDI method, team members are presented with concrete information in a fun and easy-to-understand way. They are continually engaged throughout the meeting and will have learned everything they were supposed to in the process; thus, the presentation of the material is just as important as the material itself.
The Key Elements of PDI
Here is how the PDI method is different and how it can transform your company’s meeting goals and outcomes:
PDI is the only way to consistently deliver results, which is why it is the basis for our organization’s training courses.