Curtis J Steen Training and Consulting

Leadership Training

Leadership Workshop Training

Introductory thoughts:

  • Leadership is a position of influence.
  • Understand that there is a difference between leadership and management.
  • Learn the characteristics of an inspirational and motivational leader?
  • Learn how to develop motivated employees who are loyal and eager to be productive and improve.
  • Understand different leadership styles.

The Leadership Model

Leadership qualities in an individual include:

  • Personal Mastery
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • The Ability to Facilitate Teamwork
  • Systems Thinking
  • Creative Flexibility
  • Personal Mastery

Knowing your strengths and weaknesses; having a healthy self-esteem; developing a pro-active stance; being confident and secure enough to deal with critical input or negative situations without alienating others; not reacting from stored “baggage;” having a willingness to empower others; maintaining a consistent set of ethics and values; knowing your personal vision. Learn how to change any unwanted behavior, attitude or emotional response.

  • Interpersonal Communication Skills

Knowing how to read and relate to different people types; being able to inspire, motivate and give clear, clean delegation (leaders have clear contract of expectations –“contract” suggests buy in) ; exhibiting good listening and communication skills; knowing how to have rapport with all who work with and for you. The leader as a coach.

  • The Ability to Facilitate Teamwork

Enabling people to get the most out of themselves by empowering and equipping individuals while fostering true team dynamics; giving context and purpose to individuals and teams; using effective coaching skills; knowing when to let go. How to create ownership in the organization.

  • Systems Thinking

Understanding the way different aspects of operations and processes interact, the interconnectedness of decision and behavior; using this information to find leverage points – areas of focus that make the most difference; developing decision-making strategies from a systems thinking perspective; developing effective rewards and recognition systems.

  • Creative Flexibility

Using creative processes to develop new or quicker ways to respond to needs, conflicts or problems; being flexible as an individual and an organization to respond to internal and external changes; being secure enough to push the envelope.

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