The Effective Leader
- March 1, 2017Check for other dates
- W from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, 1 session
- Dean Thompson
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Increasingly, organizations are realizing the need for leadership at all levels. Because people want to be led, not managed, managers need to develop as leaders in addition to being highly competent in functional management areas. There is an impressive body of knowledge regarding leadership, and the skills needed to be an effective leader. The Effective Leader/Manager will address the following 5 key areas of managerial effectiveness. This course is designed around the Management Competency Model based onThe Leadership Challenge model by Kouzes and Posner.
Key Information Model the Way
Find your voice by clarifying your personal values Set the example by aligning actions with shared values Improving Communication (written, verbal, electronic, web, PR) Inspire a Shared Vision
Envision the Future by imagining exciting ennobling possibilities Enlist others in a common vision by appealing to shared aspirations Challenge the Process
Search for opportunities by seeking innovative ways to change, grow and improve Experiment and take risks by constantly generating small wins and learning from mistakes. Keep the Lines Open
Practice "engaged listening" to ensure two-way communication throughout your team and the organization. Exude Competence - Generate a personal development plan based on the four lessons of self-knowledge to continually increase your competence as a leader/manager. Enable Others to Act
Foster collaboration by promoting cooperative goals and building trust Strengthen others by sharing power and discretion Building Collaboration / Delegation / Trust Encouraging the Heart Recognize contributions by showing appreciation for individual excellence Celebrate the values and victories by creating a spirit of community.
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