The key to making extraordinary things happen in organizations is great leadership. It contributes more to positive outcomes than any other single factor. It takes great leadership to create great workplaces that creates great outcomes. If you want a highly engaged workforce and better results for your clients and customers, you have to develop and strengthen great leadership in your organization.
In addition to exploring Jim Kouzes’ and his coauthor Barry Posner’s evidence-based research on leadership practices, Jim will also reveal findings from their newest book, Learning Leadership. The research is very clear: the best leaders are the best learners. Those who excel at leadership engage more frequently in learning activities than those leaders who are poorer performers. Those who become exemplary leaders apply five fundamentals that enable them to grow and develop continuously.
In this one-day seminar, leadership author and researcher Jim Kouzes will present evidence that leadership makes a significant and meaningful difference in people’s engagement at work and in the performance of their organizations. This is a unique opportunity to work your own leadership practices and behaviors with one of the world’s most prominent thought leaders on the topic.
He is the Dean’s Executive Fellow of Leadership, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University and the co-author with Barry Posner of the internationally award-winning and best-selling book, “The Leadership Challenge”, with over 2 million copies sold. Jim has co-authored over thirty other books ……..read more
Assess the extent to which you currently demonstrate exemplary leadership practices.
Discuss the variable that most explains engagement in the workplace.
Describe the leadership legacy you want to leave.
Identify the factor that rules innovation, brand image, acceptance of leaders’ influence, commitment— just about everything else important in organizations—and what leaders can do about it.
Describe the fundamentals of learning to become an exemplary leader.
Create a context that supports the long-term development of your leadership competencies.
Who Should Attend
Executive suite who lead teams, departments, and divisions.
Human resource and other professionals who are responsible for leadership development in their organizations.