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AN UN/WORKSHOP OFFSITE FOR ANTAMINA

Recently, Antamina has made efficient use of its financial resources to drive profit. Now, the leadership team has the opportunity to do the same with the company’s human resources.

As Peter Drucker wrote, the only thing to effectively motivate employees is “responsibility—not satisfaction. To perform one has to take responsibility for one’s own actions and their impact.”

In this Un/Workshop Offsite, the Antamina leadership team will learn and apply Drucker’s essential elements of executive effectiveness: do first things first, build on strength, focus on contribution, know your time and make effective decisions. They will also identify ways to communicate with, and support, their teams so that the entire organization can move in concert toward its goals.

THE UN/WORKSHOP SYSTEM

Drucker Institute Un/Workshops are known for their proven ability to help executives move quickly from ideas to action to results, just as Drucker urged his own consulting clients: “Don’t tell me you had a wonderful meeting with me. Tell me what you’re going to do on Monday that’s different.”

Our approach comes straight from Peter Drucker’s own playbook: “My greatest strength is to ask a few questions.” Expect us to ask the right questions—so that you can use Drucker’s timeless wisdom to unlock your own answers about how you want to make Monday different.

Our process is built on the latest neuroscience research about how senior executives learn and make decisions. Following the event, each participant receives coaching and support from our senior staff. And underlying it all is our deep understanding of the work of Peter Drucker, the father of modern management.

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AN OFFSITE LIKE NO OTHER

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FOLLOW-UP
COACHING

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TIMELESS
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WISDOM

WHAT YOU’LL DO

This Un/Workshop will create a unique opportunity for you to collaborate with peers as you:

Explore how to leverage your strengths—and make your weaknesses irrelevant;

Focus your efforts in order to maximize the contribution you make to the enterprise overall;

Experiment with eliminating time-wasters so that you can do more of what matters;

Apply the elements of effective decision-making to your best ideas; and

Create a “Monday” plan for action.

AGENDA

This is the proposed agenda for your custom Un/Workshop:

1. WHAT ARE MY OBJECTIVES—AND HOW DO THEY ALIGN WITH THE ORGANIZATION’S OBJECTIVES?
60 minutes
Participants will learn “The Manager’s Letter,” a powerful tool that puts everyone in the organization in a position to align their individual objectives with the company’s biggest opportunities.

2. WHAT ARE MY STRENGTHS—AND HOW CAN I BUILD ON THEM?
60 minutes
Using insights from the world’s leading strengths-profiling tool, you will explore how to make your strengths productive and your weaknesses irrelevant.

3. HOW DOES MY PERFORMANCE CONTRIBUTE TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WHOLE?
90 minutes
Participants will identify how the products, services or processes for which they are responsible meet their customer’s needs—and unpack how the value their individual work creates relates to the value created by their organization as a whole.

4. HOW DO WE ENSURE THAT WE ARE DOING WHAT WE SHOULD—AND NOT DOING WHAT WE SHOULDN’T?
90 minutes
“Managing managers requires special efforts not only to establish common direction,” Drucker wrote, “but to eliminate misdirection.” To that end, the team will put into practice a set of criteria for choosing priorities as well as “posteriorities”—Drucker’s version of a “not-to-do” list.

5. HOW CAN I FREE UP TIME TO FOCUS ON MY BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES?
60 minutes
To clear the way for their highest-impact priorities, participants will identify which of Drucker’s four big “time-wasters” intrude most often into their schedules, with an eye on eliminating the biggest offenders.

6. HOW CAN WE BE MORE COLLABORATIVE IN OUR WORK TOGETHER?
60 minutes
Participants will break into small groups to  work on a team challenge. They will push themselves to communicate and operate more effectively under ambiguous and high-velocity circumstances that mirror their everyday work challenges.

7. HOW WILL YOU MAKE MONDAY DIFFERENT?
60 minutes
Concluding our multi-step action-planning process, participants will convert their insights from the Un/Workshop into concrete next steps—for themselves and for the organization overall.

TIMING, LOCATION & PRICING

The charge for the Un/Workshop—including all design, materials, facilitation, support staff, and translations of all materials into Spanish—is $75,000. The Un/Workshop will be held in Lima, Peru on dates, and at a location, selected by the client. It will run from 13:00 to 17:00 the first day, and 09:00 to 13:00 the second day. We suggest a social gathering of the participants the evening of day one to help participants process their ideas in a relaxed environment. Antamina will cover all meeting space fees, as well as food and beverages, during the Un/Workshop.

Half of the fee for the Un/Workshop will be payable upon proposal approval and confirmation of the date. The remaining half will be due upon delivery of the engagement.

In addition to the fees above, Antamina will cover travel expenses for two facilitators, including: business class air travel, ground transportation, meals, and hotel accommodations.

PAST UN/WORKSHOP CLIENTS

The structure of the Un/Workshop helped uncover ideas that were previously disconnected and seemingly irrelevant, and allowed us to synthesize them into new opportunities.

—Apparel industry global innovation leader

The Un/Workshop provided a good methodology to change our behaviors.
 I recommend it to everybody who is trying to do more with the same resources. Also, the Drucker Institute team’s accessibility for support after the Un/Workshop has been very helpful.

—Cosmetics industry CMO

The Un/Workshop truly delivered on our expectations of helping us set a foundation on which we can build for our future. The tools provided, the framework illustrated and the thoughts provoked have already had an impact on our company.

—Manufacturing industry President