Leading for High Performance

Purpose

New competitors, stakeholder demands, customer expectations and other shifting requirements make the job of leading, at every level, more challenging than ever. Meeting these challenges by increasing the pressure on direct reports and demanding more from fewer employees results in unhealthy stress and reduced productivity. Research has even correlated an increased probability of heart attack with this type of leader behavior. But what are the options? After all, who isn't stressed? Evidence shows that managers, supervisors, team leaders, and organizations that learn how to share leadership responsibilities with employees are not only better suited to respond quickly to the challenges, threats and opportunities of a competitive marketplace, they also create healthier workplaces.

Managers, supervisors, team leaders, and organizations that learn how to share leadership responsibilities experience fewer stress related health problems. Besides productivity health beneifits, these leaders are also better suited to respond quickly to the market challenges, threats and opportunities.

Leading for High Performance provides leaders with proven knowledge, skills, methods and productive attitude choices that result in empathic, accountable and consistently high performing work units.

Learning Objectives

Participants learn to:

  1. Diagnose the causes of employee behavior and coach to reinforce or correct appropriately
  2. Set the conditions that make employee fulfillment and high performance most likely
  3. Use effective motivation strategies to engage employees in achieving goals
  4. Quickly recognize and use the most effective approach to individual and team communication
  5. Apply proven communication skills and tools to reduce unproductive stress and increase performance
  6. Know when and how to lead one-on-one and when one-to-group leadership is most effective
  7. Develop a collaborative work environment to achieve higher productivity
  8. Foster individual and team shared responsibility for performance
  9. Develop confidence and skills to lead with authenticity in their business environment

Results

For Direct Reports: For Participants: For Your Company:
  • Less stress and more commitment to objectives
  • Recognition for improvement efforts and accountability
  • Respected for their knowledge, attitude and performance
  • Increased involvement in advancing company interests
  • Less stress in dealing with performance problems
  • Confidence to overcome external and internal obstacles
  • Increased creative problem solving with employees
  • Increased respect from both executives and direct reports
  • Fewer Employee Relations complaints
  • Less effort to recruit and retain high performing employees
  • Increased and sustainable productivity gains
  • Improved reputation as a great place to work

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