Franklin Covey's The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership Workshop
bes066•7 class hrs
Even in the most turbulent times, there are four roles leaders play that are highly predictive of success. We call them essential, because as leaders consciously lead themselves and their teams in alignment with these roles, they lay the foundations for effective leadership.
The Challenge & The Solution
Challenge: Leaders who are promoted to mid-senior-level leadership roles, and who struggle to achieve the next level results or experienced mid-senior-level leaders who do not have the mindsets and skill-sets required to be successful for the next three to five years and beyond.
Solution: The 4 Essential Roles develop leaders who can master these skills consistently using Franklin Covey's simple, practical framework that forms the basis of all other leadership success.
This hands-on work session allows leaders to do real work and then implement their ideas with their teams.
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