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Six Leadership Styles That Build Engagement and get Results

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Leadership is art and science; this interactive and fast-paced session explores both. The course begins with a thought-provoking discussion about leadership and the many attributes associated with effective leadership. We also explore six primary leadership styles that can be used to help the work of the team move forward. And while leadership is critical, a deep understanding of followership is essential to the success of any manager. This session will help you be more intentional, and achieve results for your team and ultimately, your organization.

Time Allocation - Topics

  • 10% Leadership Defined
  • 20% Attributes of Effective Leaders
    • Likeable personality
    • Exciting vision
    • Always thinking about process
    • Delivers/Defines results
    • Emotional intelligence
    • Raises the heat
    • Shows integrity
    • Has clear expectations
    • Intervenes skillfully
    • Prioritizes relationships
  • 25% Attributes of Effective Leaders
    • Share your vision (Authoritative)
    • Teach and Coach (Coaching)
    • Yell, tell, and the hard sell (Coercive)
    • Listen and engage others (Democratic)
    • Energize and push (Pacesetting)
    • Simply delegate
    • Affiliative
  • 25% Follower Styles
    • Fully engaged
    • Opposed and open
    • Lazy and disengaged (Sheep)
    • Lone Wolf
    • Opposed and underground
    • Whatever you say
  • 20% Problem Solving
    • Set roles (Step 1)
    • Outline the problem (Step 2)
    • List multiple strategies (Step 3)
    • Veer toward consensus (Step 4)
    • Evaluate results (Step 5)

Focus

  • Primary -- Attributes of Effective Leaders
  • Secondary -- Leadership/Followership Styles
  • Tertiary -- Problem Solving

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Scott Allen

Scott J. Allen, Ph.D., is the Standard Products—Dr. James S. Reid Chair in Management at John Carroll University. Allen is an associate professor and teaches courses in leadership, management skills, and executive communication. In 2014 he was awarded the Wasmer Outstanding Teaching Award for his...

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