Who should attend
This course is designed for middle- and upper-management professionals who work for mid- to large-size companies, as well as those who are about to transition to management roles.
About the course
Part of the Leading Well workshop series, this two-day course focuses on leadership fundamentals, such as critical thinking and emotional intelligence. You will explore matching various management styles to meet the challenges and needs of changing environments; the best ways to communicate with employees, senior leaders, and peers; and challenges, such as leading multigenerational workforces and managing former peers. Through hands-on exercises, you will learn how to lead versus manage, conduct successful coaching conversations, and avoid “analysis paralysis," which is a common frustration for executives.
What You Will Learn
- Management versus leadership
- Stephen Covey's seven habits for success
- Jim Collins' five levels of leadership
- Leadership styles and situations
- The communication process
- How to collect, analyze, and present information
- Analytical problem solving incorporation
How You Will Benefit
- Know how to distinguish between leadership and management
- Understand management styles and your individual bias and how it fits into your organization’s culture
- Know how to influence people at all levels of your organization
- Be more effective at analyzing information and making decisions
- Address a specific leadership or management issue you’re facing at work
Ned Ellington is CEO of Ellington and Associates, LLC. The firm assits clients in strategy and leadership development. Prior to opening the firm in 2013 Dr. Ellington worked with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) at the US Department of Health and Human Services in Washin...
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