Team leadership is all about relationships, and today, more than ever, leaders must be able to move people beyond compliance to commitment. Although people will achieve acceptable results because that’s what they are paid to do, exceptional results are always volunteered, and effective team leaders create volunteers.
In order to create this formidable goal, leaders must understand their own personal style as well as the styles of those they lead. In the tool, Leading with Style, you will gain important insights about yourself and discover the untapped potential within you and those you lead.
In this workshop, participants will:
- Recognize how personality determines one’s leadership style
- Define the leader’s role
- Identify their personality attributes that enhance their ability to lead or create possible barriers
- Learn different personal styles react to stress-in both leaders and followers
- Recognize the needs of followers of different temperaments and personal styles