Leadership Training

"Success or failure will depend on the leader's ability to motivate the people, keep a results-oriented climate, build a unified team that builds the highest quality products in its field, and looks forward to taking on all of its competitors in fair, open competition - and beating them soundly!"

- H. Ross Perot
Chairman, The Perot Group Inc.

Leadership Training

In today's business environment, managers are expected to get more done, with fewer resources, in a shorter period of time. Status quo doesn't work anymore. Strong leadership that's flexible and individualized does.

For more than two decades, Situational Leadership II, developed by Dr. Ken Blanchard, has provided the most comprehensive yet practical method of effectively managing people, time and resources. The manager empowered by Situational Leadership II finds there is no one best leadership style.

Description

In becoming Situational Leaders, managers learn to provide their people with the direction and support they need, when they need it.

Participants will develop three leadership skills - Flexibility, Diagnosis and Contracting for Leadership Style/Partnering for Performance - and the four leadership styles - Directing, Coaching, Supporting and Delegating.

Managers will also learn how to give work direction, praise, encourage self-reliant problem solving and dealing effectively with performance problems.

Who Should Attend

  • Individuals in leadership roles who want to increase their effectiveness
  • Executives and senior-level managers
  • Mid-level or new managers or supervisors

Program At A Glance

DAY 1:

  • Welcome and Overview
  • The Future
    • The Role of the Leader in a Changing Organization
    • The Need for Flexibility and Adaptability
    • Creating Personal Learning Goals for Improving Leadership Skills
  • The Context
    • Identifying Beliefs and Values for Effective Leadership
    • Understanding the Three Skills of a Situational Leader (Diagnosis, Flexibility and Partnering for Performance)
  • The Situation
    • Understanding Employee Needs at All Development Levels
    • Diagnosis: The First Skill of the Situational Leader
  • The Leader
    • Flexibility: The Second Skill of the Situational Leader
    • Understanding Directive and Supportive Behavior
    • Understanding the Four Leadership Styles (Directing, Coaching, Supporting and Delegating)
    • Assessing Your Leadership Style with the Leader Behavior Analysis II

DAY 2:

  • The Match
    • Diagnosing Development Levels and Matching Leadership Style to the Situation
    • Understanding the Impact of Oversupervision or Undersupervision
    • Using All Four Leadership Styles
  • The Application
    • Case Study Practice
    • Partnering for Performance: The Third Skill of a Situational Leader
  • Making It Work on the Job
    • Performance Management (Setting Goals and Contracting for Leadership Style)

Learning Objectives

During this powerful workshop you will:

  • Compare your perception of you leadership style with those of your boss, colleagues and subordinates
  • Learn how to develop competent and committed employees by diagnosing their developmental level, then managing with appropriate leadership styles
  • Learn how to reach agreements with others as to how much direction and support they need from you to reach their goals
  • Use case studies, games, instruments and videotaped situation to apply SLII and One Minute Management to real-life situations

Partial List of SL II Users

  • America Online
  • Bayer Corporation
  • BC Central Credit Union
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Hawthorne Savings
  • Dow Corning Corporation
  • Swedish Covenant Hospital
  • Lenscrafters
  • GAP
  • Willow Creek Association
  • Independent Community Bankers of South Dakota
  • Geneva State Bank
  • Security Bank
  • State Bank of Rogers
  • and many others world wide

How To Register

By Phone: 320.762.6555

By Mail:
Premier Management Consulting, Inc.
410 30th Ave. East Suite 107
Alexandria, MN 56308

Attendance is limited to 25 participants to ensure personalized attention to specific needs.