Old-school leadership was based solely on "command and control," but new-school leadership is built on trust and influence. Regardless of the level of leadership that you hold in your organization, and regardless of how long you have held a leadership spot, applying new-school principles boosts your effectiveness. See why today's leaders have kicked out old-school thinking. Focusing on behaviors that promote trust in all areas of your professional life, you learn why and how to build a stronger, more trust-rich environment with your direct reports, managers, colleagues, customers, and suppliers. An in-depth study of the concept and practical use of influential leadership provides many "aha!" moments. Your commitment to personal accountability increases, and you take away powerful skills to use every day to help your reports meet their responsibilities, too.
- Describe the role successful leaders play in the organization and recognize the unique challenges that accompany that role.
- Accept the importance of personal accountability.
- Design a plan to build greater trust in the workplace.
- Adjust your leadership style using MRA's Diagnostic Direction© Model.
- Manage relationships with your own manager, peers, and reports.
- Apply the elements of power and influence to your work relationships.
- Incorporate results of a 360 Degree Leadership Survey into your personal development.
Who Should Attend:
For newly appointed supervisors, managers, and professionals as well as for individuals with management potential looking for indepth strategies with practical application.
- Adaptability and agility
- Communication skills
- Ethics and integrity
- Leveraging Diversity
- Managing Relationships
- Performance management
- Trust and authenticity