Achieving Leadership Success Through People

Achieving Leadership Success Through People

Lead more effectively by creating rapport, synergy and two-way trust.

Overview

The most successful leaders are those with the best people skills, especially during the most difficult circumstances. Poor communication and interpersonal relationships routinely thwart leaders who are otherwise technically competent. In order to succeed, leaders must be fully engaged with the individuals who make up their organization. Focusing skill-by-skill on P.E.O.P.L.E. (Professionalism, Empathy, Optimism, Partnering, Loyalty and Empowering) this workshop can help anyone in a position of leadership to better demonstrate caring as well as courage, and to use a P.E.O.P.L.E. approach to achieve maximum results.

  • Understand the components of professionalism and the importance of setting a good example
  • Coach and develop your direct reports/colleagues to be more hopeful and empathetic as they develop greater professionalism
  • Create genuine partnerships and unity with, and among, direct reports/colleagues
  • Be more optimistic through reframing, resilience and positive language skills
  • Learn and apply the components of loyalty to create “loyal followership”
  • Trust and empower your direct reports/colleagues more
  • Professionalism: character, composure, commitment, communication, competence and caring
  • Empathy: connecting and building rapport, understanding others and valuing strengths
  • Optimism: enthusiasm, eagerness to learn and teach, and resilience
  • Partnership: collaboration (vs. competition), creating synergy and teamwork
  • Loyalty: building energetic followers who persevere and are accountable to self and others
  • Empowerment: delegating, teaching, coaching and entrusting

Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate Professionalism by Emphasizing the Five Components of Professionalism: Competence, Character, Composure, Commitment and Communication
  • Demonstrate Empathy by Connecting with, Caring for, and Considering People
  • This Can be Accomplished Through Relational Listening and Greater Understanding of Personality Types
  • Senior managers, directors, vice presidents and other executives, as well as midlevel managers and others in positions of leadership.

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