NWIRC’s Culture Development Advisor, Molly Reichard, has completed training and is now a Working Genius Certified Facilitator. She’s equipped with the tools and resources to help leverage the Working Genius model with individuals, teams and organizations. This model is used to help bring greater success and fulfillment to leadership development, job alignment, team cohesion and productivity, creating a common language for clarity around stages of work, and employee job satisfaction.

Working Genius is Patrick Lencioni’s newest teamwork model, that helps people understand how they can contribute to work most effectively. This tool can help individuals, leaders and teams better leverage one another’s strengths and understand how to be both productive and fulfilled at work. Working with a Certified Facilitator can help companies transform work for individuals in their teams by helping them:

  • understand why they have been successful or unsuccessful in past endeavors
  • clarify which types of work give joy and energy and which types are draining and difficult
  • avoid making unfair and inaccurate judgments about one another’s motivation
  • alleviate guilt about struggles people have with certain types of work
  • improve dialogue and directives in team meetings
  • make quick and concrete adjustments to roles and responsibilities to better tap into one another’s strengths, and avoid one another’s weaknesses
  • get more done in less time

To learn more about 6 Types of Working Genius, reach out to an NWIRC Strategic Business Advisor at www.nwirc.org/sba.