Performance Maximizing Leadership

For Organizations Who Want to Build a Team
of Strong, Visionary and Effective Leaders

A high-performance organization consistently achieves outstanding results, surpassing its competitors in various key performance areas. These organizations are characterized by their ability to sustain exceptional levels of performance under time restraints and competitive pressures. In order for the organizations to sustain success, they must be made up of leaders who can build strong teams while communicating and adjusting their expectations of their own team.

The Performance Maximizing Leadership presentation/training teaches time-tested competencies to promote innovative thinking and to improve leadership effectiveness. In this presentation, participants will learn to:

Develop Transformational Leadership Skills

Increase competency in the six critical leadership areas

Build Teams for Greatness

Build teams that perform at the highest level

Your Boss

 Improve strategic leadership and innovative thinking

Hybrid Teams

 Improve team camaraderie and morale through effective listening skills

Explore the Differences Between Management, Supervision and Leadership.

Performance Maximizing Leadership is an engaging experience that provides opportunities for leaders to discuss and explore the differences between management, supervision and leadership. Leaders will center themselves and develop transformational skills, apply those skills to build great teams, become a trusted advisor to their superiors and learn to lead in a hybrid environment. Leaders will practice the skills highlighted above and leave this presentation with a clear vision of how they can enhance their professional and work life.

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