Fostering Intrapreneurship

Leading Organizations: What Great Leaders Do Differently

Length:  One day or two half-days

Directors and Senior Directors in organizations are responsible for ensuring the organization’s goals are achieved. This requires strong technical skills, as well as an appreciation for the responsibility they hold as organizational culture ambassadors. In this latter capacity, they must lead and motivate employees at all levels, as well as develop the skills of the managers under them.

This workshop focuses on introducing techniques and providing application practice activities for the skills required to become great organizational leaders. These include motivating others, communicating a clear vision, developing others, and delegating rich assignments effectively.

Pre-work: Complete “What’s My Leadership Style?” self-assessment.

Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  • Describe effective ways to motivate teams and individuals and leader behaviors that can demotivate or disengage employees
  • Communicate clear directions, priorities, and attainable performance expectations
  • Develop and coach managers to help them transition to higher level/senior level roles
  • Identify people and assignments appropriate for delegation
  • Hold a delegation meeting that prepares the recipient to perform a delegated assignment

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