A complete leader has the right mindset, can monitor their effectiveness as a leader and self-correct, understands all of the facets of the role, and can chart their own course for future development and growth. This series of lunch-sized lessons will help you become one. Watch this short video or scroll down the page to learn more.
Attitude is everything. Unfortunately, the attitude that makes you a great role player will make you a terrible leader. If you want to become a successful leader and thrive in the role, your first step is to level up your attitude. This lesson will give you the tools to do it.
How will you know you're doing a great job as a leader? Where should you focus your energy day-to-day as a leader? Ask those questions to an accountant, salesperson, or computer programmer, and you'll get a thoughtful answer. Ask most leaders, and you'll see a lot of head-scratching. This lesson will introduce four overarching goals and nine key jobs all leaders must balance. These are a map of the nooks and crannies of leadership and will give you a complete overview of the role.
There is no one-size-fits-all for leadership or training. No two leaders face the same challenges or need the same combination of dozens of possible skills. So, what topics should you study to take your next career step or rise to your organization's unique challenges? This lesson introduces seven exercise areas that will help you identify important topics and craft a personal leadership development plan. With this toolbox in hand, you'll never again wonder what is worth your investment and time.