The 4 Imperatives of Great Leaders is a new half-day program in the leadership series developed by FranklinCovey. Can your leaders succeed in the “knowledge worker age?” Organizations today cannot afford to lose the knowledge and abilities that exist on their team. You’ve probably heard the old adage, “employees don’t leave jobs, they leave bosses.” Studies have found that one of the main reasons talented workers find jobs elsewhere is because of the relationship with their immediate supervisor. Developing “trust” is imperative in establishing successful working relationships. Participants in this workshop will receive new knowledge and skills that they can use in the workplace.
Learn what trust is and how to inspire it. Trust is the “core” of being an effective leader
Identify the problem areas that undermine success; how can you create an environment where productivity and creativity thrive?
Learn how to respond to team feedback in order to improve team relationships
Develop the skills to positively use accountability in the drive toward excellence
Develop the ability needed to help lead, support, and inspire a talented, valuable workforce
Receive data on how you are doing as a leader and create an action plan to improve
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