Winning the Leadership Race

Author: Ed Robinson

CPE Credit:  2 hours for CPAs

Is your organization experiencing change? Are the professionals in your industry being challenged by new ways of doing business, industry or regulatory changes? Are your leaders driving high performance results?

This high impact program cultivates the best in your leaders and shows them how to serve as role models to enhance organizational performance. Besides developing leaders for success, this program also helps to accomplish more objectives with greater results at a faster pace than ever before. Participants learn to understand the key strategies they need to use as coaches and mentors to produce high payoffs in their staff with little or no expense. Participants leave the program enthused, motivated and empowered to take action.

Publication Date: April 2019

Topics Covered

  • Who are You?
  • Becoming a Producer of Producers
  • Characteristics of Leadership
  • Four Steps to Learning
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE Leadership MODEL
  • Empower Our Teams: Appreciate the Strengths of Everyone in the Organization
  • What People Value Most
  • What People Want from Their Jobs
  • Workplace Demotivators
  • The Formula for Success
  • Visualize: The Future
  • Line-of-Sight
  • Communicate: Listen with Your Heart
  • The Platinum Rule of Communication
  • Four Basic Styles
  • Six Questions for Identifying a Style
  • "Reading" Others' Behavioral Style
  • The "D" Factor
  • Four Behavioral Tendencies
  • Directing Leader: Strengths & Weaknesses
  • The "I" Factor
  • Team Building Leader: Strengths & Weaknesses
  • The "S" Factor
  • Operational Leader: Strengths & Weaknesses
  • The "C" Factor
  • Strategic Leader: Strengths & Weaknesses
  • Building Relationships Using DISC

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize cultivates the best in your leaders and shows them how to serve as role models to enhance organizational performance
  • Identify the key strategies needed to use as coaches and mentors to produce high payoffs in their staff with little or no expense
  • Describe the four steps to learning and how they apply within your organization
  • Recognize and apply the Line-of-Sight graph
  • Recognize and apply the DISC model and personalities
  • Describe when you would need to systematically increase the performance of just 10 percent of your employees
  • Describe when you would distinguish a manager from a leader
  • Identify concepts of empowerment to new employees
  • Recognize how a great industry leader markets a new product
  • Describe blind bowling
  • Recognize an operational leader

Level
Basic

Instructional Method
Self-Study

NASBA Field of Study
Personal Development (2 hours)

Program Prerequisites
None

Advance Preparation
None

Registration Options
Quantity
Fees
Regular Fee $55

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