Salt Lake City Utah Leadership Training

Extraordinary Leadership Motivates the Best Effort in Others

There is a steady stream being written and taught about leadership these days. There are pointers about leadership, courses about leadership, books, retreats, and continuing education– all concentrated on leadership. While all of this product is useful and can definitely boost one’s leadership knowledge, for the a lot of part it prevents asking and answering two questions:

Why does much better leadership make a difference?, and
How does much better leadership attain those distinctions?
We all understand we’re “supposed” to work to be much better leaders, however why does it matter, what effect does it have, and how does this all work?
Whenever I ask the “Why” concern, the answers that come to the mind of most people are something like “much better leadership creates more performance, greater revenues, lower turnover, higher job fulfillment, more commitment … you get the photo. It is the answers to these two questions which raise us from merely discovering and comprehending much better leadership concepts to pursuing a course of action which changes us and our leadership capabilities into something that truly makes a difference.

I typically recommend that my customers utilize their own experience as their best example. No, normally we felt the method we did (satisfied, productive, proud, focused, and committed) due to the fact that of what we did– what we accomplished. The key to exceptional leadership, therefore, lies within our ability to relate efficiently with people and their emotions.

The crucial then, to much better performance, is assisting people feel more satisfied, productive, proud, focused, and committed. Notice that we’ve have not brought up the idea of “encouraging” people? We have not touched on encouraging people for one simple reason … people can’t be encouraged!

Extraordinary leadership, therefore, is leadership that motivates people to give their best effort. Extraordinary leadership is about relating to people in such a way as to influence them to give their best effort– for themselves, their company, their community, their family, and/or their world.

How is this accomplished? The foundation of exceptional leadership– of motivating others– comprises thee areas – Effective Leadership Philosophies (on your own and your company), Effective Purpose, Mission and Values, and Effective People Skills.

* EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHIES for Salt Lake City Utah

Leading by Example – Whether we acknowledge it or not, we always lead by example. In our words (what we say or don’t say), in our actions (what we do or don’t do), and in our expressions (what we reveal or don’t reveal). The things we do and say, during moments of “evident insignificance”, make an impression on those around us.

Servant Leader Philosophies – In our leadership workshops, I’ll ask participants who the most crucial individual is to a company. The answer, of course, is the client. The concern that follows next is, “Who is the most crucial individual in the company to that client?”

Many people get that the individual essential to the client is the one they come in contact with – the “frontline”. The concern that follows is the genuine key to a much better understanding of servant leadership. This concern is, “What, then, is the job of the manager of those frontline people?” The job of the supervisors of the frontline folks is to make their job as simple and as efficient as possible so that the client has the best experience possible! If this leadership approach is adopted throughout a company, it ends up with an organizational chart that looks like an inverted pyramid. It is a company that acknowledges the significance of the frontline and reflects the approach of service throughout.

* EFFECTIVE PURPOSE, MISSION AND VALUES

An organization which motivates the best effort in its people will attract the sort of employees it needs and desires, and will retain them. It has a Purpose, a Mission, and a set of Values that it lives by, it efficiently interacts them, and it measures its actions and decisions against them.
Purpose is the “WHY” of the equation. It specifies why we do what we do. Each decision and policy need to take the company

There are pointers about leadership, courses about leadership, books, retreats, and continuing education– all focused on leadership. Whenever I ask the “Why” concern, the answers that come to the mind of most people are something like “much better leadership creates more performance, greater revenues, lower turnover, higher job fulfillment, more commitment … you get the photo. It is the answers to these two questions which raise us from merely discovering and comprehending much better leadership concepts to pursuing a course of action which changes us and our leadership capabilities into something that truly makes a difference.

Extraordinary leadership, therefore, is leadership that motivates people to give their best effort. Extraordinary leadership is about relating to people in such a way as to influence them to give their best effort– for themselves, their company, their community, their family, and/or their world.

Why Four Lenses?

The Four Lenses is a proven personality temperament model that acts as a universal companion to any training or initiative. This foundational training helps individuals and organizations establish a common language and value system for diverse perspectives and unique talent in the workplace, in the classroom, or simply in life.

The four temperaments trace back to the Greek physician Hippocrates (460–370 BC) who discovered that each person has a unique personality spectrum or lens that reveals how individuals naturally see the world. Because our paradigms are so influential, we often struggle to communicate with those who have a different perspective. By failing to truly understand those around us, surely, we are missing one of the greatest opportunities life has to offer.

The Four Lenses training will forever change the way you see the world. Participants discover unique aspects about themselves and everyone around them. After completing a personality temperament assessment, participants begin learning through online training modules, books, and participating in the online community.  Participants learn to interact with others in a powerful new way.

The Four Lenses training helps participants learn how to:

• Motivate reluctant people

• Communicate with power

• Strengthen leadership abilities

• Reduce stress and conflict

• Parent complicated children

• Teach difficult learners

• Create sensational relationships

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