Becoming the Leader Others Want to Work For

Recorded Webinar | Pete Tosh | From: Jun 17, 2024 - To: Dec 31, 2024

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The ‘Leader Others Want to Work For’ has switched their script from:

  • It’s about ‘me’ - to it’s about ‘them’
  • A ‘me’ mentality - to a ‘we’ & ‘us’ mentality
  • Being the center of attention - to shining the spotlight on others
  • Individual success - to make their team successful
  • Personal advancement - to help each team member reach their potential

Employee-centric leaders are constantly:

  • Communicating - through their words, behaviors & priorities
  • Influencing - through logic, explanation & connection
  • Building relationships with their team through:
  • Direction – clarity around the vision
  • Alignment – clarity on the ‘line of sight’
  • Commitment – everyone wants what’s best for the team

Successful leaders recognize that they:

  • Need their team more than their team needs them
  • Get paid more for what their team does than what they do
  • Should do everything in their power to help their team be as successful as possible
  • Succeed when their team succeeds!

The ‘Leader Others Want to Work For’ meets their employees’ engagement needs causing them to:

  • Expand discretionary effort & do more than they are asked to do
  • Be motivated toward the organization’s success
  • Take pride in their work & suggest improvements
  • Appreciate the ‘line of sight’ between their jobs & the organization’s performance
  • Believe their leader wants them to be successful

Leaders can impact employee engagement by 20%. Engagement is based more on employees’ relationship with their leader – than their perception of the organization. Leaders are the key to enhanced employee engagement.

Leaders can view their employee touch-points as interruptions or opportunities to:

  • Listen & learn
  • Build the relationship & coach
  • Satisfy engagement needs & improve performance

The employee performance needs most correlated with business results are:

  • Receiving clear job expectations
  • Having adequate materials & equipment
  • Being able to utilize their talents
  • Receiving recognition & praise
  • Feeling cared about, personally
  • Having their development encouraged

Areas Covered:-

Having the perspective of a leader by switching your individual contributor:

  • Script
  • Skill set
  • Relationships
  • Do-it-all attitude
  • Focus

Meeting employees’ engagement needs:

  • The business case for increasing engagement
  • Why most organizations have a significant opportunity to increase employee engagement
  • Companies currently benefitting from employee engagement initiatives
  • The significance of leadership

How effective leaders utilize their employees’ talents

Why Should You Attend:-

The individual contributor’s script is to:

  • Keep your head down
  • Work harder than everyone else
  • Push to get things done
  • Utilize your technical skills
  • Be a subject matter expert
  • Rely on yourself in order to be successful

Many people are promoted to leadership positions because they:

  • We're highly competent as an individual contributor
  • Had a track record of exceeding expectations
  • Displayed a special set of technical skills

This is an excellent start - but leaders can’t rely solely on their individual contributor skills.

When you become a leader, your team wants to know that:

  • Their best interests are your priority
  • You are more invested in your team than in your personal success

Because when your team is successful, you are successful

A leader’s success is no longer determined by just the work they do. Not empowering others is saying: “I think my way is better and/or I don’t think the work will get done.” The job of a leader is to enable his/her direct reports to perform to their potential

So, ‘Becoming the Leader Others Want to Work For’ requires:

Having the perspective of a leader by switching your:

  • Script
  • Skill set
  • Relationships
  • Do-it-all attitude
  • Focus

And meeting your team’s engagement needs

Who Should Attend:-

  • Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Supervisors
  • Directors
  • Executives
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Department Heads
  • Project Managers
  • Team Coordinators
  • Senior Leaders
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