Out of the hundreds or thousands of human behaviours, there are only a handful that can be directly tied to effective and even outstanding leadership. This Leadership Effectiveness Workshop focuses on eight most-often-cited behaviours or attitudes. These 'competencies' or competency areas are the main factors that generally determine the relative success of an individual's efforts to lead others in a wide variety of situations, ranging from leading a soccer team or a Fortune 500 company to leading an ad-hoc team of citizens pushing for a new school.
Think of these eight competency areas as pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Each piece works in combination with the others to reveal a fully integrated picture. By aspiring to improve our performance in all of these areas, we can improve our ability to lead well. Although leadership can be demonstrated without all eight competencies in play, it is believed that true leadership excellence only emerges when every one of these areas is positively drawn upon and fully practiced.
The Eight Competency Areas
• Emotional Intelligence
• Contextual Thinking
• Directional Clarity
• Creative Assimilation
• Change Orchestration
• People Enablement
• Reciprocal Communication
• Driving Persistance.
The Leadership Effectiveness Workshop Participant Workbook contains support material and detailed information for the workshop. The 100-page booklet also contains space for participants to add their own notes and ideas as they participate in an interactive workshop.
This Participant Workbook provides support material and detailed information for the workshop on Leadership Effectiveness. The booklet also contains space for the participants to add their own notes and ideas as they participate in an interactive workshop.
The content of the workshop is organised into four main sections.
• Workbook overview
• Workshop Goals and Objectives
• Know yourself
• Understand your team
• Formally assess capability
• Agree on leadership ground rules
• Provide directional clarity
• Set tangible goals and targets
• Lead by example
• Take measured risks
• Appraise team performance
• Reward and recognise success
• Invite feedback
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|TIME REQUIRED||16 hours or 2-days|
|AUTHOR||Dr. Jon Warner & David Moss-Bennett|