Wed, Aug 11 | Bavarian Inn & Resturant, Frankenmuth MI

Leadership Skills & Style Development (In Person Training!!) - August 11-13

LSSD is designed to train leaders in a system and progression of skills, practices and tools aimed at increasing employee engagement, development, proficiency and ownership.
Leadership Skills & Style Development (In Person Training!!) - August 11-13

Time & Location

Aug 11, 8:00 AM EDT – Aug 13, 3:00 PM EDT
Bavarian Inn & Resturant, Frankenmuth MI, Frankenmuth, MI, USA

About the Event

Overview:Leadership Skills & Style Development (LSSD) is designed around proven leadership tools, skills and concepts. The goal of LSSD is to assist your managers and front-line leaders in better matching their leadership approach to the performance needs of the organization and the maturity, motivational and skill levels of their associates. LSSD incorporates learning and development in these focus areas: Personal Leadership Effectiveness & Interpersonal Skills, Creating a High Performance Work Climate, and Leading & Managing Others; Providing Direction, Coaching for Proficiency, Empowering & Advising and Delegating Effectively. The program provides participants with the insight and hands-on skill practice needed for personal improvement.

Format & Learning Process: This  program takes place over three (3) contiguous days.  Participants learn through highly interactive learning simulations, expert facilitation, assessments and peer group interaction.  Throughout the process participants capture key learnings and define actions they will implement back on the job.

Some learning objectives and key take-aways are:

  • Learn to match their leadership approach to the needs of the follower.
  • Ability to motivate, engage and inspire associates.
  • Provide effective work instruction, goal emphasis and direction.
  • Provide effective feedback: praise & correction.
  • Ability to coach, mentor and build the skills and confidence of others.
  • Effective delegation.
  • Goal Setting, using objectives and performance measures to full advantage.
  • Adapt their leadership behavior to bring out the best in others.
  • Address difficult behaviors.
  • Ability to address and correct performance and conduct problems.
  • Empower and encourage initiative.
  • Participant

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