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Taking an Inventory of Your Leadership Skills
How often do individuals question their strengths and weaknesses as leaders? Do they even know what are the right questions to ask to arrive at an accurate answer?

Sound leadership includes continually and objectively taking inventory of oneself. This is not as easy as it appears, because leaders inherently have high levels of self-confidence and often believe they are strong in most areas relating to their leadership role.

Even though this quality is important for leaders to fulfill their role effectively, it often obscures specific areas needing improvement.

It is important for leaders to honestly evaluate themselves in the areas of:

•       Establishing a core belief system
•       Prioritizing tasks
•       Developing methods for monitoring workplace progress
•       Giving clear and detailed instructions
•       Promoting responsibility
•       Improving the overall workplace environment

When leaders honestly assess their performance, they will set goals for improvement. By responding to precise questions presented during this program in six specific categories it becomes easier to determine areas for improvement that might otherwise be overlooked. These areas and questions will be addressed carefully in order to pinpoint specific areas of strengths and weaknesses.

During the course of this session, participants will identify the specific areas of strength and weaknesses that apply to them, what each means to them and how to correct them. Specific strategies will be presented how to improve one’s performance and effectiveness in their leadership role.

When participants have completed this program, they will have completed an inventory of their leadership skills and have learned what they need to do to make them more effective leaders and improve their overall performance. Additionally, by continually using the inventory survey in the future, they can evaluate their own progress and identify additional areas for improvement.

01/29/2013 12:30 pm o'clock
01/29/2013 1:30 pm o'clock
Timothy Bednarz
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Who should participate:

Any individual at any level who desires to improve their leadership performance and effectiveness.

What you will learn:

Participants will learn to honestly evaluate themselves in the areas of:
  • Establishing a core belief system
  • Prioritizing tasks
  • Developing methods for monitoring workplace progress
  • Giving clear and detailed instructions
  • Promoting responsibility
  • Improving the overall workplace environment

Recommended Resources:

Leadership Roles & Responsibilities: Pinpoint Leadership Skill Development Training Series by Timothy Bednarz (Majorium Business Press, Stevens Point, WI 2011)

Leadership Inventory Survey Sheet provided by presentor

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