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Supervisors and managers cannot be completely effective until they understand the basics of leadership. These are the people in the organization that perform most of the day-to-day, face-to-face ...

Supervisors and managers cannot be completely effective until they understand the basics of leadership. These are the people in the organization that perform most of the day-to-day, face-to-face leadership functions.

This program presents a brief look at what supervisors and managers need to know.

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  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$Trained leaders make money!Untrained leaders cost money!If your supervisors and managers aren’t learningleadership skills, they’re probably costing you money.Here are some of the basics they absolutely must know.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$What Leaders Need to Know1. Themselves.One of the most important and often overlooked thingsfor a leader to understand is themselves. Leaders aremuch more effective when they understand their ownstrengths, weaknesses, and the values they hold.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$What Leaders Need to Know2. Leadership theories.Studying theories and the work of academics seemsboring and even unnecessary. But a leader can quicklybecome more effective by learning from the experts.Particular theories and models may work in onesituation, but not in another so the more a leaderknows, the more effective he or she will be.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$What Leaders Need to Know3. Leadership styles and relationships.Leaders tend to develop their own style, and learningabout different leadership styles is essential to becominga great leader. Knowing which style might be appropriateto a particular situation is invaluable.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$What Leaders Need to Know4. Time Management.Probably one of the most difficult challenges for leadersis the limited amount of time available to accomplish amaximum amount of work. Leaders must understandhow to best use the limited periods of time available tothem.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$What Leaders Need to Know5. Interpersonal relationships.Leaders are most effective when they understand how towork with subordinates, peers, and supervisors. Being aleader means a change in relationships withothers, whether followers, peers, or bosses. Learninghow to communicate more effectively and resolveconflict is a critical skill for leadership success.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$What Leaders Need to Know6. Delegation, problem solving, and decision making.The ability to delegate, solve problems, and makedecisions are very similar. They rely on evaluating asituation and taking action based on the informationavailable. They can all be risky but a great leader mustmaster these three skills.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$Why train managers to lead- Better customer service- More employee engagement- Higher productivity- Lower turnover- Fewer EEO complaints- Greater efficiency- Higher profit marginCopyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$Help your supervisors and managers make more moneyfor you. Bring this exciting and informative program toyour organization.Contact Bob at rlm@PlanLeadExcel.com or 866-243-1682Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedBob Mason helps companies develop energized leaders, engaged employees and more profits