There is an overabundance of managers and a huge lack of leaders. This situation clearly has a negative
impact on an organization’s ability to grow and compete.
A leader combines the vision and curiosity of a dreamer with the practical engineering of a builder. A
leader is a person who sets goals and achieves results. Goals give an effective leader meaning and purpose, and
serve as a continuous source of motivation in pursuit of organizational and individual success.
Three Essential Elements of Development
Attitudes can drive behavior. Therefore, in order to develop or enhance managers as leaders, it is essential
that we begin by developing positive, success-oriented attitudes.
Much of what a leader is involved in and therefore accomplishes involves other people. To be effective in
this continuous challenge it is important to learn how to use interpersonal skills effectively.
Leadership, among other things, is the process of providing organizational direction and accomplishing objectives.
The goal accomplishment model provides the tools and methods necessary to achieve goals in order to maximize
results and outcomes.
Critical Issues Addressed in this Process
- Leadership and You
- Tapping Your Hidden Potential
- Behavior and Conditioning
- Attitude Development
- Personal and Organizational
- Goal Setting
- Roadblocks to Success
- Creative Power and Visualization
- Managing Your Time
- Decision Making and Problem Solving
Outcomes from this Program Include:
- Being More in Control of Your Future
- Increased Revenue
- Increased Profitability
- More Personal Time and Freedom
- A Clear and Focused Direction
- Enhanced Leadership Ability
- Results-Oriented Attitudes
- Developing Your Team
If you are interested in creating better leaders in your organization
J. Alden Consulting Group Inc. a professional business analysis and business consulting firm.