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Getting Fit To Lead

GETTING FIT TO LEAD ·HABITS OF SUCCESSFUL LEADERS- During the 2009 RECĒSSION U.S. Companies spent IT'S TIME TO SHAPE UP $12 BILLION TO MOVE UP 56% of COMPANY LEADERS say they will soon face a shortage of qualifled exclusive talent on leadership development. Training executives to lead in a new era of business. 64 PERCENT 44 PERCENT Learning executives are focusing on speeding up leadership development at thelr organizatlon How many Companies plan to increase spending on executive education ON AVERAGE, COMPANIES ARE SPENDING $1228 PER EMPLOYEE on learning &development LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT TRAINING GOALS STEP ONE: PREPARATION Academic Professional STEP TWO : CHARACTER Walk the Talk Integrity Purpose Mission Ethics Beliefs Values STEP THREE: PRINCIPLES Point of View Big Message Main Points Tenets STEP FOUR: PERSONALITY Charisma Style Originality Authenticity One of a Kind STEP FIVE: PERFORMANCE Inspiring Action Real-world Performance Work Ethic STEP SIX: EXPERIENCE Beyond Local and Regional More National and International STEP SEVEN: EXPRESSION Substance and Style in Writing Speaking Coaching Consulting Mentoring Training Teaching STEP EIGHT: INFLUENCE Difference Results Change Transformation A LEADER'S STEPS TO ACTION ANTICIPATION CRITICAL THINKING INTERPRETATION DECISION ALIGNMENT LEARNING balance precision and quickness to keep the team moving forward seek out honest feedback, make tweaks and build wide external build trust and networks, and look far beyond current issues question everything to solve any underlying problems avoid ambiguity while collecting information from multiple sources teamwork reliance among employees adjustments quickly if r f necessary 60% OF CEOS SAID THAT CREATIVITY WAS THEIR MOST SOUGHT AFTER LEADERSHIP ABILITY ENGAGING WITH A NEW GENERATION OF EMPLOYEES, PARTNERS AND CUSTOMERS INVENTIVE IN EXPANDING MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS 44% OF LEADERS AGREED THAT THEIR OWN management strategies INVITE DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION DROP OUTDATED APPROACHES are too bureaucratic and a nuisance TAKE BALANCED RISKS VISIONARY COACHING AFFILIATIVE DEMOCRATIC PACESETTING COMMANDING "Come with me" "Try this" "People come first" "What do you think?" "Do as I do, now" "Do what I tell yu" Best when a change in direction is To help an employee improve performance or develop long-term strengths To heal rifts in a team or to motivate people during stressful circumstances To get quick results from a highly motivated and competent team In a crisis, to kịckstart a turn around, or with problem employees To build consensus or to get input from valuable employees necessary PHILANTHROPIST SPORT TEAM COACH MARTYR PHILOSOPHER AEROBICS INSTRUCTOR DRILL INSTRUCTOR A LEADER STRATEGICALLY ADAPTS AND MIXES THESE STYLES TO FIT ANY SITUATION Agile firms grow revenue BUSINESS AGILITY is the 37 PERCENT FASTER 30 PERCENT HIGHER and generate ABILITY TO ADAPT RAPIDLY and cost efficiently in response to changes in the business environment profits than non-agle fims LEAD LIKE A SPARTAN MICHIGAN STATE Broad College of Business Executive Development Programs UNIVERSITY y UK Leadership Academy: Leadership Styles - Adaptive leadership and agility InfoPeople - the Six Leadership Styles 7 things about business development 2010 IBM Global CEO Study - 6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers HRD Press - Strategic Leadership Type Indicator style/how-to-develop-a-leadership-style/ Micheal Hyatt - Turning failure into Your Advantage DEVELOPED BY N NOWSOURCING SOURCES

Getting Fit To Lead

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Ever wonder what makes a leader a leader? This infographic explains the habits of a successful leader.


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