Start date: 15 April 2020
Duration: 2 hours
Location: Lunch and Learn live webinar 1pm to 3pm
Cost: Free for max 3 participants per company
Course code: N/A
'Leadership - Lose Control, Gain Power' is a FranklinCovey thought Leadership live webinar. It dives into how to help leaders shift their thinking in order to succeed in their very challenging and rewarding role. This event will be a valuable use of your time if you are currently asking the following questions:
How do we help our first-level leaders to drive organisational success?
How do we help these leaders take the board room strategy to the front line?
How do we connect these leaders with their people?
This Franklin Covey course provides some perspectives and frameworks around leadership. It will allow participants to focus on their own mindset around the idea of Leadership and power and also to analyse leadership at an individual, team and organisational level.
Mindset: What does leadership, control and power mean to me?
How does a leader engage with each individual and recognise their uniqueness?
Structured approach to building world class relationships with individuals on your team
Creating a team identity, vision and strategy through leaders
How does my team set itself up for success?
Is the organisation fully aligned for leaders to unleash the potential in their teams?
Research around people in positions of power and the effect of this.
Who is the course for
This course is for mid to senior level leaders/ managers who would typically have some first level leaders reporting to them.
FranklinCovey is the world leader in helping organizations achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior, often the most difficult challenge any organization faces.
Tim Threipland: Tim’s passion and focus for nearly 30 years has been on coaching leaders and facilitating high-value team conversations. Tim brings a pragmatic, field-tested perspective on leadership and developing agile teams, a perspective developed while working with diverse enterprise clients worldwide, including Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Hitachi, Oracle and others. Tim believes that systems-thinking, creative approaches and strategic focus are key to solving business challenges.