Leadership Skills & Style Development (LSSD) is designed around proven leadership tools, skills and concepts. The goal of LSSD is to assist managers and frontline leaders in better matching their leadership approach to the performance needs of the organization and the maturity, motivational and skill levels of their associates. LSSD spans three focus areas to provide participants with the insight and hands-on skill practice needed for personal improvement:
Work Unit Performance Improvement: Learn to isolate and improve critical factors that impact employee performance and morale.
Personal Style & Interpersonal Skills: Strengthen communication effectiveness, assertiveness building rapport, listening skills and effective nonverbal communication.
Leading & Managing Others: Specific concepts, tools and techniques aimed at gauging the needs of associates and delivering the most effective forms of leadership: Direction, Coaching, Counseling / Participating, and Delegating.
The LSSD Program for Developing Front-Line Leaders is an application - and output-driven workshop ensuring you leave with:
A deeper insight into yourself as a leader and what’s important for your success.
Knowing exactly how to improve the factors that impact associate performance, including how to lead and manage.
An understanding of when, how and with whom to apply the appropriate leadership approach.
The tools, assessments and reference manual to ensure on-the job implementation of the improvement plans created during the workshop.
Who Should Attend:
Leadership Skills & Style Development is designed for managers, program managers, team leaders and frontline leaders; key people on the front line of leadership having a good deal of personal, face-to-face interaction with team members and colleagues.
The goal is to provide participants with the leadership, team and personal skills that help them to have a positive impact on others and on performance.
What You Can Expect:
This is a high involvement, interactive, applied and personalized learning experience. You’ll spend the majority of time focusing on what’s important to you, your future and your company — not theory.
Your Facilitator for This Event:
Kelly Petrock is President of The LEAD Institute, and has twenty years of global experience in change management, organizational development, leadership development, performance improvement, group psychology and human behavior. Kelly has a long-standing relationship with the MWCC, and has been a trusted resource going back to the earliest workshops offered by the Consortia. Kelly is a faculty member and curriculum developer for the MWCC's Lean Facilitator Certification Program.