If your people don’t reach their full potential, neither will your organization.
Imagine how resilient your organization could be if it were filled with people who have the skills and self-confidence to get what they need without unnecessary guidance or wasted time.
Organizations don’t execute well when individual contributors aren’t taking initiative or being as effective as they could be. Performance is often stalled because employees don’t know how to ask for what they need when they need it. The truth is, people want to be engaged, to make meaningful contributions, and to be appreciated.
We know how important it is to the success of your organization that every person be empowered and committed to achieving results. Our Self Leadership training program is designed by experts in employee motivation and engagement to ensure your team members develop the self-starting mindset they need to move the organization forward.
When you arm your individual contributors with the self leadership mindset and skillset, you build an empowered workforce that is productive, innovative, and passionate about their work.
Invest in Self Leaders and build an empowered workforce that results in:
THE PROVEN FORMULA TO BUILD SELF LEADERS
Implement Self Leadership in your organization as an 8-hour face-to-face workshop (including lunch and breaks) or as three 2-hour virtual sessions. Both designs include engaging participant materials, videos, and learning activities that teach participants the following key concepts:
• Situational Leadership® II—learn the world’s most popular leadership model, taught from the perspective of the self leader rather than the manager
• Assumed Constraints—learn to recognize those perceived barriers that can be transcended or avoided
• Points of Power—learn the five sources of power at work and how each can be activated to help achieve goals and experience greater autonomy and competence
• Proactive Conversations—learn how to seek the direction and support they need; learn how to proactively conduct One on One Conversations with their manager, in which they prepare the agenda