Folks like to argue about whether leaders are born or made. This is a false choice. Yes, the combo of your DNA and experience contribute to your success as a leader. Leadership is also self-conscious. Successful leaders never stop learning and growing, acquiring new skills, honing talents, and looking for a way to harness all their traits to make a positive difference for their organizations. Leaders are humans who never forget they can be wrong, make mistakes, and take the wrong path. Leaders differentiate themselves by the way they learn from every situation, adversity or opportunity.
Objectives of the Presentation
- Strategy = Sustainability; Execution beats strategy every time
- Mission ain't wishin': How to stay focused to get results every day
- See your values walking down the hall
- Wanna' lead change? Communicate, Communicate, Communicate
- When you mess up, fess up
- Get on the same side of the wall to solve problems
- Expect the unexpected
Why Should you Attend
Leading any organization is fraught with peril from internal and external sources. You are under enormous pressure and the direction, success, and survival rest on your shoulders. People look to you for leadership and challenge your leadership. If you thrive in this environment, if you are driven to bring your organization to greater success, if you believe this takes an entire team pulling in the same direction, you have the essential starting ingredients for successful leadership. This program provides case studies of successful leaders in many different fields, whose track records demonstrate the leadership essentials you want to hone. If you are committed to continuous growth, self-examination, and creating a positive environment for your team and organization, you are ready to make these lessons part of your own vision, mission, and values.
- Setting direction: vision, mission, strategic planning, and implementation
- Mission drives daily action and decision making; converting goals into results
- Internalizing values individually and as a team to drive the numbers
- Communicating up, down, sideways, internally, externally; Your consistent message drives change
- Leaders admit to mistakes immediately, take responsibility, and lead correction
- Build a team to use conflict constructively and courageously to solve problems and end blame game
- Forget firefighting mode. Plan for risk - prevent or contingency plan; develop strategy and action plan to lead through unexpected events, crises, and unforeseen risks
Ms Rebecca Staton-Reinstein,
Advantage Leadership, Inc
Rebecca Staton-Reinstein, Ph.D., president of Advantage Leadership, Inc. As president of Advantage Leadership, Inc. Rebecca works with leaders around the world, who want to grow their organizations and improve their bottom lines through strategic leadership and planning, engaged employees, and improved critical processes.
She works with leadership teams to develop robust strategic plans and, more importantly, execute them. She helps these teams become more strategic and critical in their thinkingand to apply approaches to problem solving with a track record of success. Rebecca has a Ph.D. in organizational development and is the author of 3 books on strategic leadership. She is an MBTI Master Practitioner, an elected foreign member of the St. Petersburg Engineering Academy, and has been honored by organizations on four continents.
Who Will Benefit
- Senior Vice President
- Vice President
- Executive Director
- Managing Director
- Regional Vice President
- Area Supervisor
- Departmental Managers
- Project managers
- Leaders in any capacity