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Leadership Effectiveness Workshop

“A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go but ought to be.”

– Rosalynn Carter

Leadership is often confused with position, status, charisma, or fame. However, 60 years of research has proven time and again that effective leadership is based on a set of behaviors and competencies that can be learned, practiced, and mastered.


This practical view of leadership is central to the Leadership Effectiveness workshop which uses experiential learning and practice to develop eight critical leadership competencies. With this workshop you can teach participants to:

  • Establish personal benchmarks for using leadership best practices.
  • Use communication skills, drive, and directional clarity to inspire and get results from their work units.
  • Think contextually and assimilate information from wide-ranging sources to develop competitive advantage through innovative strategies.
  • Use emotional intelligence and creativity to enable others and lead change.