Leading Right - When Good Leaders Do Bad Things
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Leadership is not for everyone and this quickly becomes evident when leaders make bad decisions. Reasons for this include not having the best people in the best positions, or individuals that are making decisions based on the best information they have at that time. No matter what, leaders today are always under the microscope. What is needed is some understanding from staff, from customers and from shareholders about why they make the decisions they do so that stakeholders can trust them, work with them and aid them in their audacious task.
Roles, Myths and Responsibilities – Why Them?
- Without Trust There Is No Respect, Making Tasks and Productivity Invisible
- Leaders Today Do Not Act as Exemplars, but When They Get Their Hands Dirty They Are Respected
- Good Leadership Operate the Highest and Most Profitable Organizations
Bureaucracy and Organizational Politics
- Learning the Difference Between Personal and Organizational Politics Can Pave the Way to Success
- Learn How Leaders Avoid Getting Sucked Into Personal Agenda
- Leadership Is About Remaining Focused and Holding True to the Vision, Values and Mission of the Organization
Purpose, Passion, Production
- Learn the Importance of Vision and Mission
- Develop the Methods of Using Resources so That All Stakeholders Stand Behind "The Way"
- The Most Productive and Organized Leaders Are the Easiest to Work for
Who Should Attend
This live audio conference is designed for supervisors, team leaders, human resource managers, business owners and managers, presidents and vice presidents.
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||Lorman Education Services has provided educational seminars and online training for professionals since 1987.
Since then, we've kept thousands of professionals in the United States and internationally current on the most pressing topics in a rapidly changing marketplace of ideas. Like you, we understand the need for concise, accurate information.
That understanding underlies each Lorman course, presenting the latest information on the laws and regulations critical to your organization's successful daily operations.
Moreover, each course receives our painstaking attention to be certain both the faculty and participants receive the individual attention necessary to achieve maximum benefit from the materials.
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