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Double Learner Motivation with Revolutionary Strengths-Based Leadership

Topic:
Double Learner Motivation with Revolutionary Strengths-Based Leadership
Date:
March 4, 2013 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
In a recent large scale global survey of CEOs and senior executives 76 percent cited leadership development as important yet only 7 percent thought their organization was doing it effectively! No wonder we've got a leadership crisis!

Needs assessments and performance evaluations look for gaps and design training programs to fix weaknesses. This is a major reason participant motivation to build skills has been very low and transfer of learning poor.

A series of pre and post studies examined the impact of leaders choosing to fix weaknesses versus building on existing strengths. 12 to 18 months later the leaders who magnified their existing strengths showed two - three times more improvement in leadership effectiveness than leaders who worked on fixing their weaknesses.

There's a blizzard of theories, opinions, arcane thesis papers, inspirational quotations, training programs, books, frameworks, and approaches to leadership. What's sorely lacking is an integrated model that combines both "hard" management and "soft" leadership built on a base of solid research.

A strengths-based leadership development approach starts with research on which leader competencies correlate with engagement, retention, customer satisfaction, safety, innovation, productivity, sales, and profits. Leaders are then shown how developing just 3 - 5 of their natural strengths from the 75th to the 90th percentile will boost their leadership effectiveness from 49th to the 90th percentile!

Building strengths from good to great can't be done through traditional linear training. Research based cross-training provides a map for developing leadership strengths from good to extraordinary (90th percentile) by building around them using statistical cross-competency correlations.
Who Should Participate
  • CEOs, CAOs, General Managers, and Divisional VPs
  • Learning and Development Professionals
  • Senior Human Resource Executives
  • Organization Development/Effectiveness Professionals
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Recommended Resources
  • Strengths-Based Leadership Development System
  • Manifesto for a Leadership Development Revolution
  • How to Be Exceptional: Drive Leadership Success by Magnifying Your Strengths “Counterintuitive tips on how to be exceptional” The Globe & Mail’s review
  • “Some books deserve a long life: The next Good to Great?” The Canadian HR Reporter’s review
Categories
Training and Development
Leadership
Organizational Development
Performance Management
Motivation
PM Metrics
Competencies
PM Assessment
High Performing Teams
Organizational Diagnosis
Employee Satisfaction/Engagement
Decision Making
Creativity and Innovation
Skills/Competencies
Communication Programs
Leadership Models
Leadership Philosophies
Career Management
Corporate Culture
Leadership Assessments
Measurement and Metrics
Leading Others
Leading Change
Leading Self
Leadership Competencies
Leadership Training and Development
HR Leadership
Rewards and Recognition
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
HR in Canada
Canadian Masters In HR Strategy & Execution
Performance Reviews
What You Will Learn
  • Learn the sixteen empirically identified key leadership competencies in five clusters that cause leaders and their team/organizations to flounder or flourish.
  • Understand the huge performance differences between “good” and “extraordinary” leaders and the dramatic impact on his or her team/organization.
  • How developing just three existing strengths out of sixteen competencies catapults a leader's effectiveness from the 34th to the 80th percentile.
  • Evidence-based strength development using Companion Competencies, cross-training, and non-linear approaches.
  • Why many needs assessments and 360 feedback tools are developing a negative reputation -- associated with accentuating weaknesses -- and how to correct the problem.
Sponsored by
The Clemmer Group
The Clemmer Group
We are a management consulting firm specializing in organization, team, and personal transformation.
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The Clemmer Group

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Jewish General Hospital
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HR Management Association of Chicago
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Universitatea Din Bucuresti
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Ministry Of Community And Social Services
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Winthrop Hospital
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Advanced Concepts Enterprises, Inc.
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Select Comfort Corporation
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Catholic Health Initiatives - National Office
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Mb Financial Bank
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Elwood Staffing
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Island Savings Credit Union
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Peel District School board
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Self Employed
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Speedway LLC
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Pinellas County Human Resources Dept
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Global-Z International
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Self Employed
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Comforter Health Care Group
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Alberta Environment
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PNC Financial Services Group
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Municipality Of Anchorage
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Elwood Staffing
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Wells Fargo & Company
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Mgh Institute Of Health Professions
Excellent. pulled from many sources and tied together. Liked focus on research findings to support ideas. 5 / 5
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EPIC-Every Person Influences Children
I am curious how this approach (strength-based) works for non-leadership employees. 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Kettle Creek Weddings
I appreciate Jim Clemmer's clear and informative approach to communicating about the power of strength based leadership. 3 / 5
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Vancouver Coastal Health
Please keep these high quality webinars coming. Great to see how a whole Community of Practice can develop through this type of information. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Lead Training Resources Group
This framework is truly a paradigm shift and will require a shifting in thinking. Great stuff. 5 / 5
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