Some managers, both new and experienced, tend to focus on output rather than the people who are producing the product. Yet research shows that when a manager provides clear direction, information, and support, performance increases.
Researched and developed by Wilson Learning, Leading for Performance: Meeting Leadership Challenges (LFP-MLC) helps managers learn how to shift their attention away from output and toward creating optimal conditions in three key leadership action areas (as seen below).
Learning to focus attention on effectively meeting employees’ needs in these areas leads to long-term, sustainable growth. While ignoring these areas may lead to low morale, attrition, and low performance.. During this 1/2 day workshop, participants will focus on the following key learnings:
Promote: Performance with Fulfillment
Stimulate: Individual Growth
Answer: Five Questions
Enabling Improved Performance
Leading for Performance: Managing Time Wisely (LFP-MTW) features various performance application, reinforcement, and support tools. These tools help ensure that leaders can develop skills during the workshop, then fine-tune and apply their newly acquired skills and behaviors back in the organization. Involving managers and training them to coach is also important for successful LFP implementation.
Promote: Be able to stimulate employee performance with high fulfillment to optimize satisfaction and meaning in work that effectively uses employees’ talents
Stimulate: Be able to lead each employee differently based upon their stage of growth within their position
Answer: Be able to provide all the necessary information about the organization, recognize contributions appropriately, and create an environment where it’s safe to ask for help
|Session Length:||1/2 Day Programs available|
|Participant Materials:||Participant Guide & job aid card|