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If I am leading, who is following? 

Leaders, those executives who are charged with leading in the chaotic 21st century, must utilize fully every resource that they have at hand. And, they must emerge as the indisputable critical thinker around what maximizes the strengths and minimizes the weaknesses of the culture within their organization. To accomplish this, effective leaders in our research are willing to ask and answer these hard questions:

Is this the culture that is needed for our future? If yes how can it be reinforced?

If not, how should we go about identifying and bringing into being one more suited for a successful future?

Come and learn how Fortune 500 leaders (those featured in our books, The Leadership Triangle and Your Intentional Difference) build and lead their successful organizations. Come and learn how you can employ their decision-making, decision-managing and decision-measuring techniques and strategies.

Through anecdotes, use of humor, interactive exercises and specific client examples, executives will learn strategies and be given tools which will increase their ability to choose the right person for the task, increase each person’s level of accountability,  reduce the time between decision and execution by applying the concepts of the Intentional Organization.

Learning Outcomes

Build your influence and effectiveness in the areas of talent development, effective leadership influence, motivating and developing employees.

Develop and implement strategies for developing your co-leader relationships

Return to your workplace having answered these questions:

Do I have what it takes to be a leader?

How soon can a leader be spotted?

Whom do I choose to lead?

Why do I choose to lead them?

How do I choose to lead them?

Where do I choose to lead them?

And when do I choose to lead them?

Who Should Attend

Senior Executives, Division/Department heads and Managers who want to enhance employee performance through the critical thinking strategies provided during this session.

Building the Intentional Organization

In an Intentional organization employees experience genuine support and partnership with their managers. In return, they give freely of their discretionary effort. These employees view themselves as solution partners and the customer as solution seekers.

This session will provide executives and managers tools and strategies to create an “Intentional organization” environment. Through anecdotes, humor, interactive exercises and specific client examples, you will leave this workshop with the following:

Learning Outcomes

Strategies to implement:

  • Four conversations to increase employee engagement and productivity (British Telephone case study)
  • Transforming  the under-performing employee into an enthusiastic solution provider (Ritz Carlton case study)
  • Leveraging top performers to recruit and develop other top performers (Southwest Airlines example)

Tools to take away

  • The Intentional Organization On-boarding Guide
  • The Intentional Organization Selection Guide
  • The Intentional Organization Talent Engagement Guide

Who Should Attend

Department heads and Managers who want to enhance their impact and involve their associates in building the Intentional Organization

Leadership: Creating an Engaged Employee Culture



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