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Training Module

Leadership

March 3, 2018
8:00AM – 12:00NN | Batch 38

 

May 26, 2018
8:00AM – 12:00NN | Batch 39

Per Module:

₱ 5,000.00

Approaching leadership as a measurable, learnable, and teachable set of behaviors, the Leadership Challenge framework grew out of rigorous research that first began in 1982 when Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner set out to understand those times when leaders performed at their personal best. They conducted hundreds of interviews and reviewed hundreds of case studies and survey questionnaires. What emerged were five fundamental practices common to extraordinary leadership achievements.

 

Now known worldwide as the most practical model of leadership development, The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership continues to prove its effectiveness in cultivating an liberating the leadership potential in anyone—at any level, in any organization—who chooses to accept the challenge to lead.

Objectives:
By the end of this half-day program, the participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the essential qualities people look for and admire in leaders and explain the implications on their leadership effectiveness in their respective workplace environments
  2. Identify initial steps they should take to cultivate the Five Practices in order to achieve business results

Outline:

I. Introduction

  • Discovering the Five Practices thru Personal Best Leadership Experiences
  • Characteristics of an Admired Leaders Survey (CAL)
  • The Research Findings on the Best Practices of Leaders

II. The First Practice: Model the Way

  • How to generate Commitment vs. Compliance
  • Aligning Personal Values with Organizational Values
  • Integrity Circles and Checks and Balances

III. The Second Practice: Inspire a Shared Vision

  • The true and right direction
  • How to generate buy-in
  • Planning Systems

IV. The Third Practice: Challenge the Process

  • Learning from Mistakes
  • Innovation and Change Management

V. The Fourth Practice: Enable Others to Act

  • Empowerment and Delegation