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This course will focus on leadership styles and how to develop your skills as a coach or manager.From the author:“If you’re ambitious, it’s natural to aspire to be the leader ofan organization. A lot of people in business want to be a CEO; to lead and shape an organization. Many, however, quickly discover that ambition alone is not enough to achieve this goal. Some ascend to theC-suite or leave to start their own venture, only to discover that leading a business - evenone's own - requires not just determination but a number of unanticipated skills. If you’ve pictured yourself in the corner office, want to report directly to a CEO, or have the goal of consulting with or advising a CEO, this course will benefit you. The course explores six competencies of a successful CEO: An initial objective assessment of strengths and weaknesses will help you decide if you’re a “natural” CEO, if you can become a CEO by improving existing skills, or if you should pursue other options. The skills learned in this course will also benefit individual contributors and those who manage people and teams.”
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Which type of leader are you? There's never a one-size-fits-all leadership style for businesses. All organizations operate differently and certain styles will be more successful in some environments than others. However, having a thorough understanding of various leadership styles will help you to develop your own approach and become a more effective leader.
Having a thorough understanding of various leadership styles will help you to:
To conclude... One of the most important aspects of leadership is that... not every leader is the same. Different leadership styles are appropriate for different people and different circumstances, and the best leaders learn to use a wide variety of styles.
To conclude... It's important to use the right leadership styles to motivate and support your team. Knowing what's effective and what's not effective will help you come up with strategies to implement using each style. Your leadership style will develop as you learn more about each of your employees, their personalities, strengths, and areas for improvement.
Developing Yourself Don't worry if you haven't figured out your leadership style or if you think you may need to change it up a bit. There's no one "right" approach to leadership. Everyone has their own style and method. Let's try approaching leadership from the mindset of a coach. Core coaching skills like empathy, curiosity, and listening go hand-in-hand with being a good leader, so this style tends to be extremely effective.
In order to create emotional safety and also drive better results, what will you need to demonstrate?
Did you know... One in five employees leave a job within the first 45 days. Organizations with a standard onboarding process experience 50% greater new-hire productivity. 54% of companies with onboarding programs reported higher employee engagement. Successful employee onboarding initiatives help to improve retention, satisfaction, engagement, and productivity of new employees.
During the first few months, a manager should:
Best practices when onboarding... Deliver great training. Talk about your company’s core values and mission. Integrate new hires into their teams. Establish mentoring relationships. Create individual career plans.
To conclude... All employees experience some type of onboarding, although the process of onboarding programs varies widely across organizations. By formally defining your own onboarding processes, you'll be better able to successfully integrate your new employees into your workplace.
Simple and short course that breaks down what it means to be a leader
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