Becoming A Leader: Strategies and Tools for New and Emerging Leaders

IMS

IMS

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About the course

This program is based on TransPorter Group’s Becoming a Leader Model. It is designed for to help lay a foundation for emerging leaders to develop fundamental leadership attributes. Program Objectives: • To help emerging develop and internalize a leadership identity; • To develop a sense of purpose; • To learn to develop a support system necessary for leadership success; • To provide emerging leaders with tools to recognize and leverage opportunities; • To help emerging leaders recognize and navigate barriers and avoid potential de-railers.

Topics covered

Overview and intro

  • The importance of leadership-the who and the what
  • "becoming a leader" assessment
  • "becoming a leader" model

Internalize leadership identity-internalizing leadership identity is an iterative ongoing process which requires action.

  • What is leader identity?
  • How do you show up as a leader vs how do you want to show up?

Develop a leadership purpose-- purpose can be seen as a holistic reason, intention or Objective.

  • Defining leadership purpose and its significance.
  • Leadership purpose framework and activity.

Develop a support system-- every leader needs a support system of great managers, mentors, and trusted advisors, and eventually sponsors to provide feedback, boost confidence and encourage up-and-coming leaders to go for expanded opportunities.

  • Be able to negotiate the situation-to put yourself in the middle when you have the expertise.
  • Be able to succinctly and clearly share what you have done, are doing and are looking for.
  • Be in the right place at the right time and know the right people.

Recognize and leverage opportunities-- opportunities for advancement will not just drop in your lap.

  • Be able to negotiate the situation-to put yourself in the middle when you have the expertise.
  • Be able to succinctly and clearly share what you have done, are doing and are looking for.
  • Be in the right place at the right time and know the right people.

Recognize and navigate barriers-- barriers will always be present, but you can't focus on them. Learn to recognize the subtle and not-so-subtle barriers and navigate your way around them

  • Understand and manage the tensions that create gender double binds and stereotypes.
  • Be open to feedback and advice from your support network.
  • Don’t inflict self-imposed barriers; don't accept and stay in the "box" you may have been put in if it is not truly you.

Action planning

Experts

Jeanne Porter King

Dr. Porter King is the Founder and Principal of the TransPorter Consulting Group, LLC, and an inspirational teacher and speaker. Dr. Porter King received both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, the Master...

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