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8 April 2020, 21:00 Turkey Time – Leadership Speed
Because critical information on which decisions are based changes by the minute, leadership speed is a required skill for today’s leaders. Research shows that the ability to execute fast and execute right dramatically improves leaders’ effectiveness and results. Yet, accelerating execution doesn’t mean switching from virtual meeting to virtual meeting, talking twice as fast, or becoming frantic.
Join Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman to learn the critical behaviours that will help you navigate the demand for greater agility, innovation, and pace by executing fast and well.
- Receive instant results from the Pace Preferences Self-assessment that will help you identify your personal preferences across three spectrum directly correlated to leadership speed.
- Discover information and insights needed to explore behaviours that might require adjustment in order to lead with speed.
Register now to join Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman for other webcasts in the Lead in a Crisis Webcast Series on the following dates:
15 April 2020, 21:00 Turkey Time – Communicating Powerfully Webcast
There are a variety of skills that can help a leader succeed in a crisis. However, the one skill that our research shows has the most impact is the ability to communicate powerfully. Most leaders feel a need to keep others informed during a crisis. That is helpful. But there is a big difference between leaders who simply inform others and those who know how to communicate powerfully.
You will discover the five behaviours that enable leaders to significantly improve their ability to communicate with impact.
- Receive a brief self-assessment that will help you understand your strengths and potential weaknesses in communicating.
- Use a development guide to help you communicate more powerfully.
Register today for Communicating Powerfully Webcast
22 April 2020, 21:00 Turkey Time – Bold Leadership Webcast
In today’s changing and complex environment, leaders must be willing to push boundaries, think in unconventional ways, and be willing to challenge the status quo. Imagine an organisation where leaders are energised to take on challenging goals, do everything possible to achieve goals, quickly recognise situations where change is needed, and challenge standard approaches. Today’s leaders need to be willing to step forward with new ideas and a bold approach.
- You will discover the essential skills and behaviours you can develop to move forward with a bold approach.
- Understand how to become a bold leader and contribute to a bolder leadership culture.
- Explore how bold leadership drives strategic outcomes.
- Receive instant results from the Influence Preferences Self-assessment, which helps you determine the behavioural areas you can target to develop a bold approach.
Register today for Bold Leadership Webcast
29 April 2020, 21:00 Turkey Time – The Inspiring Leader Webcast
Research shows that inspiring and motivating others is the single most important quality for a leader to possess. It is the best predictor of employee commitment and satisfaction, and its impact on other organizational outcomes makes it a critical leadership capability. Yet, even during so-called “normal” times, leaders struggle to inspire those around them. Some think that inspiring others requires substantial amounts of charisma and enthusiasm. Our research clearly shows that just isn’t the case—rather than one or two ingredients, it is all about the recipe.
You will get valuable insights that will help you become a more inspiring leader.
- Discover the six ingredients, why they matter, what they impact, and most importantly, what you can do now to be an inspirational leader.
- Receive instant results from the Inspirational Approaches Self-assessment to measure your preferences for how you inspire others currently and inform how you might become even better in the future.
Register today for The Inspiring Leader Webcast
6 May 2020, 21:00 Turkey Time – The Trifecta of Trust Webcast
Trust is a critical factor for leaders who want to be successful—especially in times of heightened stress and uncertainty. But for many leaders, understanding how to earn or establish trust can be perplexing. In this webcast, we will review our research of over 87,000 leaders, which revealed the three critical behaviours that form the foundation of trust: Positive Relationships, Good Judgement, and Consistency.
You will get valuable insights that will help you improve trust within your teams.
- Learn why leaders don’t have to be perfect in all three behaviours to be successful—they simply need to be above average.
- Receive instant results from the Trifecta of Trust Self-assessment, which will help you understand your preferences on the three foundational behaviours.
- Use a development guide to help you build your path for personal development.
Register today for The Trifecta of Trust Webcast