Build Leaders from within Your Organization
Of course, one of the most important roles of a leader is to build the next generation of leaders. In fact, in most businesses, in order to get promoted, a supervisor or manager must first train a replacement for himself or herself. So, when you get good at building leaders around you, you will begin to get noticed as being a strong leader yourself. This session shows a number of skills that will help you grow your own leadership skills and also build the leadership skills of people around you. In Part A of this session, we cover seven (7) ways to build leaders throughout your organization. Then, in Part B, we show participants how to ask the right questions of the people around them to help these people become strong leaders themselves.
We also offer corporate team building events and can customize training to include an fun team activity!
Part A: Seven (7) Ways to Build Leaders Around You
(Approximately 1.5 hrs)
This is the fourth of four sessions related to building your leadership training skills. The first three sessions were session #4 about building rapport, session #6 about reducing conflict, and session #8 about gaining cooperation from others. Once a leader gets good at these first three phases, the final step is to build both your own leadership skills and the leadership skills of those around you. This session offers seven (7) ways to build strong leaders throughout your organization. By attending this session, you can expect the following results:
- Seven (7) ways to build strong leaders.
- How to motivate and inspire your team.
- How to build the confidence and skill of your team.
Part B: The Best Leaders Ask the Best Questions
(Approximately 1.5 hrs)
One of the best leadership training programs skills is being able to ask the right question of your team members, at the right time, to elicit an expected response. When we order people around, we might get our team to comply — at least temporarily. However, they won’t necessarily cooperate with us effectively. A better way to help your team is to ask good questions so that they can come to the best solution on their own. This technique also opens up lines of communication very effectively. By attending this session, you can expect the following results:
- Create questions that help your team come to solutions on their own.
- Use questions to open lines of communication.
- Build confidence in your team members.