What is leadership? How does one define leadership?
From ancient sages to today’s latest business books, the topic of leadership is, in the words of Warren Bennis, “the most studied and least understood of all the soical sciences…..we know it when we see it, but cannot easily define it or produce it on demand.”
What is certain is that there is a huge difference from being a manager to becoming a leader. This workshop is designed for middle and senior level managers, small business owners, and entrepreneurs to develop their own leadership beliefs, principles and strategies that can be applied in any size organization.
At the foundation of this workshop is the leadership philosophy of famed Japanese management thinker Konosuke Matsushita, founder of Matsushita Electronics (Panasonic, Technics, National and other brands): “If you are a leader, you must have an ideology of leadership. If you lack an ideology, and attempt to decide everything on a case-by-case basis, you will never be capable of strong leadership.”
This one-day workshop covers:
- What is leadership?
- Why is leadership more art than science?
- How do leaders and managers differ?
- The difference between Transactional Leades and Transformational Leaders
- Leading change, innovation and creativity
- Critical leadership skills
- The single, most important role of a business leader
- Stop doing. Start leading.