STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
21st Century Leadership With Strategy
By Dr. Johnny Miller
We are not born leaders. Leadership is learned and this program shows how, whether by observing others, through formal training or careful evaluation of experience. Learning to lead is easier than most of us think it is because that capacity for leadership lies with each of us. The grounding for the essential skills of leadership becomes alive in a wealth of stories about leadership today, collected from around the world. Those who take this program will stop just managing and start leading.
Background: Managing complexity requires the utmost in talent, skill, compassion and credibility. Leadership requires all that and more. The difference between managing and leadership is the ability to inspire the will to excel. This program is founded on leadership strategies and systems employed by some of the world's best business leaders-how they spur their people to achieve the best that is in them.
Purpose: To raise awareness of a wide range of skills-from understanding and implementing workplace processes to inspiring others to achieve excellence.
Designed For: Today's managers and all those motivated to grow in and beyond their present ranks. Delivered in different formats: One Hour, Half Day, and Full Day.
* Who Is The Leader Others Will Follow?
* Why Are You Motivated To Lead?
* Building Positive Relationships
* Defining and Inspiring Excellence
* Improving Effectiveness
* Building Trust
* How To Change Corporate Culture
* Mobilizing Other's Self-Motivation
* Power To The Empowered
* Expressing Passion
* People First
Results: This program prompts participants to examine their motivations: Leaders are leaders for many reasons. Sometimes they are pushed to lead, sometimes they are motivated by money, sometimes by status and power, often and but most importantly they take on leadership because they see a need for it and they believe what they do matters and is meaningful. Participants progress from self-examination of their leadership roles to seeing themselves as motivational leaders-leaders that engage others in shared leadership. Those enrolled will see that it's not so much how you organize people that make them productive; it’s how you treat them and enlist them in a team committed to a mission that matters.