The Leadership Journey - Select Series
Leaders who commit to their own learning not only gain professional skills that drive performance, they also set a positive example that fosters a culture of progress and growth. In this course you will learn:
- How your growth as a leader benefits your team and the organization.
- How to move out of your comfort zone.
- The three keys to ensure that you are growing as a leader.
- How to develop a network that you can turn to for guidance.
Leaders are defined by the questions they ask. By asking questions you can propel your team to new performance levels. In this course you will learn:
- Five essential questions that can enliven and empower teams.
- How to define your team’s priorities.
- The critical impact of regular one-on-one sessions.
- Strategies to turn input received into a force for strategic change.
Finding ways to summon more intentional and enthusiastic effort from team members is the best thing leaders can do to improve their organization’s productivity. In this course you will learn:
- The benefits of obtaining maximum discretionary effort (Oomph!) from your followers.
- Five things leaders can do to get maximum effort from followers.
- Five things leaders do that discourage maximum effort and how to avoid them.
- How to get everyone on your team to focus on the organization’s top three priorities.
Leaders of high performing teams establish working environments that are conducive to achieving excellence. In this course you will learn:
- Six characteristics of all high performing teams.
- How to build accountability among team members.
- How to get everyone working toward a common purpose.
- To overcome the obstacles to team building.
Great leaders know how to position themselves and their team for ongoing success. In this course you will learn:
- Four strategies for optimizing personal and team productivity.
- How to end complacency within your team.
- Two key factors that determine your results.
- How to survive disasters while building trust and commitment.
To lead others successfully you must project high self-confidence that followers can see and believe in. In this course you will learn:
- How to use self-correction to prompt future-focused improvement.
- How to motivate yourself with appropriate self-feedback.
- How to overcome the fear of failure and of success.
- A process that will help you learn from mistakes.
Assertive communication will not only help you bring others to your point of view, it is much more likely to lead to long-term and sustainable positive relationships than any other communication style. In this course you will learn:
- Why assertiveness is preferable to aggressive or passive behavior.
- How to communicate with your employees and colleagues in a direct and respectful manner.
- How active listening can help you build rapport and improve relationships.
- Two specific techniques to say what you want with clarity.
Leaders know that recognizing and, in some cases, rewarding outstanding performance makes it likely they will see that level of performance again. In this course you will learn:
- Why you should recognize and reward.
- Various ways to recognize and reward outstanding performance.
- The reward that has the potential to hurt performance.
- Suggestions for creative low cost or no cost rewards.
Performance cultures are built on strong accountability and clear, candid communication. As a leader you must care enough to address performance issues when they arise. In this course you will learn:
- Key reasons followers must be held accountable.
- Three practical strategies to empower and hold your followers accountable for their performance.
- Two traps to avoid while holding followers accountable.
- To trade excuses for consistent discipline.
In addition to well-developed intellectual and technical abilities, leaders must possess equally impressive social and emotional skills to navigate today’s complex workplace. In this course you will learn:
- Five emotional intelligence skills every leader must master.
- The key communication skill that you never stop using.
- Essential tips for understanding and managing your emotions.
- To identify and control emotional triggers that can “set you off.”
Employees give their best effort for leaders who demonstrate that they care about them as people. In this course you will learn:
- How feeling cared about leads to improved performance.
- Eight simple ways to show that you care.
- The number one attribute that shows people you care.
- How some legendary leaders have shown they care.
The act of sharing wise counsel is a critical component of knowledge transfer in all successful organizations. In this course you will learn:
- Three key reasons you should establish a mentoring program.
- Five critical steps in creating a successful mentoring program.
- How to turn mentor-mentee relationships into action-orientated results.
- A simple way to establish an informal mentoring process.
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