High Impact Leadership: Train Managers to Effectively Use Leadership Styles
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Build a leadership toolkit to encompass many styles and create high-impact results. Your Challenge Concern about current and future leaders of the company having the awareness and capabilities required to deliver both business and people imperatives. The lack of leadership skills in non-executive levels are leading to lower employee engagement, employee dissatisfaction, and lack of promotable management. Leadership training has not delivered desirable results. Training has not been linked to talent and business strategy with robust measurement post-training to validate that leader behavior has changed as a result of the training. When mangers use ineffective leadership styles or use the same style in every situation, results are ineffective both from a strategic imperative perspective and cultural climate perspective. This ineffectiveness can interfere with positive team relationships and business deliverables. Our Advice Critical Insight Self-awareness is leadership development. Managers must be able to manage themselves to become a high-impact leader. Unless managers take charge of their own development, they cannot take charge of situations. Unless managers create order in themselves, they cannot contribute to creating order in others on their teams, in their departments, amongst their peers. There is no right or wrong way to lead. There is a right way to lead given the situation. The work world is changing – teams, organizations, and strategic imperatives change. Using only one style of leadership will not net the desired results for the demands of all situations all the time. Effective leaders have many leadership styles in their toolkit to draw from for high-impact results both from a business and people perspective. Impact and Result Managers that train on effectively using leadership styles will gain the skills they need to assess situations to determine the right high-impact leadership style that benefits the team and the organization. Managers that learn how to use multiple leadership styles for high-impact results will positively affect the organizational culture. Effective high-impact leaders engage employees so they feel passionately about their work and deliver on organizational objectives.
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- Project Title (This is infographic copy) High-Impact Leadership: Train Managers to Effectively Use Leadership Styles This is the main title of the infographic. It can be the title of the blueprint, but doesnt have to be. Ensure the project title is unique enough to identify the specific blueprint. Project Tagline (This is infographic copy) Building many styles into your leadership repertoire creates high impact results. Insert the tagline of your Blueprint project or create a custom tagline for the infographic. This should be slightly longer then the Project Title, but no longer than 20 words. Member Understanding (This is infographic copy) Gone are the days when leadership development was a long list of unrelated skills one must learn. High impact leaders know how their style impacts the organization and team to ensure only the most desirable results are achieved. This statement is used to identify the target audience and the challenge they are trying to overcome Specifically identify the member/role. Should be adapted from our initial member understanding document. Max length at the analysts discretion. Overall Insight (This is infographic copy) There is no right or wrong leadership style. There is a wrong leadership style for a given situation. Leadership development is self-development. This overall insight is the central idea of the Blueprint. The overall insight should also drive the overall creative vision of the document. A well-crafted insight statement is key here. Try to make this statement short and sweet. Sub-Insights (This is infographic copy) Up to 70% of a team's climate is determined by the leader. Those leaders creating high performing climates have a broader range of leadership styles. The climate based on effective leadership styles can account for 20% - 30% of business performance. Eighty percent of teams with leaders who have two or fewer leadership styles are experiencing a demotivating climate. Include insights relating schools of thoughts, drivers/trends/change, value creation, etc. Be sure to include data points, complications, unique approaches, etc. that enhance or support the overall insight. Project Steps (This is infographic copy) See Project Steps Table Below A set of steps used to solve the member challenge. Our solution to the clients problem. These steps should align with the respective project steps and guided implementations.