Becoming a Leader

Download PDF October 26, 2017
Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County
300 Nibco Pkwy
Elkhart, IN 46516
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST 99 Monday, October 23
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Effective leadership is a key component to organizational success. But what does it mean to lead effectively?

In this workshop, you'll learn the keys to effective leadership and assess your own leadership strengths and weaknesses.

Objectives:

- Identify traits and behaviors of effective leaders

- Identify different leadership styles and their characteristics

- Know how the different leadership styles affect the organization and employees

- Identify which leadership style is best suited to your environment

- Deal with a changing and more diverse workforce (i.e., age, generational, incoming skills and abilities, etc.)

- Know how to apply the principles of various leadership models

- Explain how to lead for continuous improvement.

- Improve awareness of individual leadership style(s)

- Identify your potential leadership strengths and weaknesses

Intended audience: New and experienced managers and leaders who want to develop or improve their leadership knowledge and skills.

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