Leadership Development Starts Here
Strong leaders, real difference makers, and people who leave their mark on the world of business have one thing in common: They Inspire Success. They’re the glue that holds an organization together. For this reason, it’s important for all businesses to have effective leaders that can set goals, inspire others, and guide an organization to sustainable success.
Give your emerging leaders and your high potential employees the skills to transition from a high performer or a good supervisor into an effective and engaging leader.
What You’ll Learn
Develop Your Leadership Potential: Stop Doing, Start Leading goes beyond traditional leadership training programs because it focuses on the foundational interpersonal communication skills that are needed to build strong teams and equip new leaders with the right attitudes to step up and take charge.
Why you want to learn it
We assume that a high-performance employee can immediately translate to a high-performance leader. The fact is that the skill set and mind set are completely different and the transition can be hard. It’s hard on new leaders because they have to shift from relying on themselves to relying on others for results. It’s hard on the organization because you lose their work output in their prior role and gain a leader who is learning on the job.
- Define Key Aspects of Leadership and Teams That Are Used Throughout the Course
- Assess Your Performance in Your Current Leadership Position
- Describe the Importance of Vision
- Align the Organization and Team to the Vision for Maximum Adaptability
- Diagnose Your Leadership Style and Apply the Most Effective Leadership Style to a Situation
- Identify the Most Effective Leadership Style and Conversation Goal for Conducting Team Interactions
Individual and Team Motivation
- Develop the Keys to a Motivated Workforce Using Appropriate Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivators
- Identify Appropriate Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivators
- Prepare for, and Apply Appropriate Techniques to, Coaching Situations
- Craft Effectively Coaching Messages
Building a Team
- Describe the Characteristics of, and Develop the Skills to Facilitate, Effective Teams
- Identify the Stages of Team Development and Learn the Importance of Leader Facilitation of the Development Process
Individuals who have been recently promoted into management or supervisory positions. High potential or top-performing employees who are being considered for a leadership position.
How it will help you
Get the full set of capabilities that you need, and work through Dale Carnegie’s Leadership Success Model to get the most out of your team. Join us for Leadership Training for Results: Unleash Talent in Others!
Competencies for New Leaders:
• Honesty & Integrity
• Positively Influences Others
• Uses Authority Appropriately
• Develops Self
• Develops Others
• Effective Communicator