The best managers accept responsibility for organizational results. They avoid blaming failures on subordinates. They work on their own character and competence first, exercising self-discipline before they set expectations for others. This course will encourage participants to examine their own leadership styles and assess their own strengths and opportunities in order to earn trust and engender dedication, respect, loyalty, and commitment from their teams.
This course will enable you to benefit from the following Four Key Dynamic Leadership Practices:
- Study and Emulate Great Leaders
- Build Trust Among Your Team
- Repeatedly Communicate The Big Why
- Cultivate Emotional Intelligence
- Teacher: Dale McCoy