LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

How To Lead From Within

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Being a leader inherently implies having a lot of responsibility. What that responsibility is can vary among leadership roles, but there are some universal ways to be a leader. Enthusiasm, having a vision, problem-solving, promoting teamwork, and delegating tasks are all forms of leadership, but may not come naturally to every leader. And when a leader is not up to shape, it reflects on the organization or team as a whole.

 

For instance, a poll by the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard University reported that 70 percent of Americans blame leadership crisis as a factor in the national economic decline. A Deloitte survey showed top American executives’ majority of CXOs surveyed (52 percent) and CXOWs (59 percent) do not think that their direct reports have the skills to assume greater leadership roles in the organization.

 

This course will give you the tools you need to hone your skills as a leader, from earning trust and respect, to leading through crisis and creating a vision to share. As a result, you will have more confidence in your ability to lead, will inspire a more collaborative work environment, and will be able to lead through any situation.

KEY TOPICS COVERED

  • Develop and retain your “dream team”

  • Why leading organizations are scrapping tried-and-true performance management practices and what they’re doing instead

  • Meet the new employee motivator: An exciting, rewarding and engaging job experience

  • Develop an engagement and retention strategy that will make your organization the employer of choice

  • Recognize how your emotions are contagious and how to use them to gain followers

  • Vision: Could this be the missing ingredient in your team’s performance?

  • Unlock your team’s commitment to greatness

  • How to maximize your influence—and why some leaders find this so difficult

  • Are you leading a technical or a nontechnical team? Know the difference and how it impacts your role

  • How—and why—to shift from a vertical to a horizontal approach to management

  • Identify the hidden factors that may demotivate employees

  • Building a team of high performers is just the beginning—now learn how to lead them

FEATURED COURSEWARE

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WHAT PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN

  • Identify key characteristics of leaders

  • Build trust and confidence with employees

  • Avoid behaviors that undermine leadership

  • Promote teamwork and esprit de corps

  • Act decisively

  • Demonstrate leadership in a crisis

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Executives

  • Leaders

  • Managers

  • Supervisors

REQUIREMENTS

  • Basic desktop, laptop or tablet

  • Microphone and speakers or headset with microphone

  • Webcam (optional)

EACH COURSE INCLUDES

Thoroughly researched and unabridged course materials

Course handouts delivered via email

Expert teaching, troubleshooting and in session coaching

Helpful, self-assessments to evaluate your performance session by session

Action time where you’ll get clarity on how to apply what you’ve learned

Spotlight sessions to diagnose trouble spots

An unforgettable experience

Portinars completion certificate

This course is offered in 2 different formats

Virtual Instructor Led Training

Self-Directed Training

*Discounted bulk classes are available by request

Course Time

8am-12pm  

or

 1pm-5pm

Course Length

3.5 Hours

Class Size

20 Seats Max

Format

Virtual

Interaction

High

Price

$200 per 

student

Course Time

60 Days

Course Length

3 Hours

Class Size

N/A

Format

Self-Directed

Interaction

Low

Price

$150 per

student

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING...

"Today, we have a very high-performing team. We enjoy high morale and little turnover. I don’t believe that would be the case without Wade’s influence and insight. When working with him, you will find Wade to be authentic, knowledgeable, professional, a good listener and personable. His ability to grasp a situation and rapidly assess team dynamics make each of his sessions very effective and often a lot of fun for the participants."
~Myra Zabec Thompson, City of Charlotte

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