Leading For Dollar$ Part II

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Mid-level managers have additional responsibilities leading larger groups, multiple groups, and other leaders. …

Mid-level managers have additional responsibilities leading larger groups, multiple groups, and other leaders.

This program presents the essentials that will help those mid-level managers to be most effective.

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  • 1. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part IITrained leaders make money!Untrained leaders cost money!Leading For Dollar$, Part I teaches your supervisors andmanagers leadership fundamentals.Mid-level managers have an even harder job though. Theymust implement directives from above, while communicatingneeds and concerns from below. They are also now leadingother leaders.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 2. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part IIThat’s a challenge!When leaders have responsibility for other leaders who reportto them in addition to multiple and larger teams, they needsome additional skills.They were good first-line supervisors, but this level requires alittle more knowledge and skill.Here are some of the basics these leaders must know.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 3. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part II1. Choosing and developing new leaders.One of a leaders most important responsibilities is selectingand training new leaders. Leaders need to know how torecognize the right leadership candidates and test to ensurethey will be able to step into the new position.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 4. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part II2. Communication with and through subordinate leaders.When a leader is responsible for otherleaders, communication becomes even more crucial tosuccess. Communication isn’t just about passinginformation, but also supporting the position of subordinateleaders.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 5. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part II3. Needs and motivation.Understanding human needs is one of the most importantaspects of leadership. When a leader understands the needsof their followers, they are ready to move to motivation. Thisis a subject that is often misunderstood. Even great leaderscan’t motivate followers, but they can enable their follower’sown motivation.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 6. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part II4. Delegating responsibility.No one can do everything, but allowing someone else to takecontrol of something for which the leader is ultimatelyresponsible can be a scary experience. Successful leaderslearn how to delegate responsibility while helping othersgrow.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 7. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part II5. Problem solving and decision making.These are two areas that often cause leaders the mostdifficulty. The crush of everyday responsibilities often causeleaders to push problems down the road rather than dealingwith them or make hasty decisions. There are simpletemplates that make the problem solving and decision makingprocess easier.Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 8. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part II6. Introduction to strategic planning.Leaders are most successful when they have a plan thateveryone knows and can follow. Strategic planning doesn’thave to be hard or complex. In fact, simpler is better!Copyright 2011 by Bob Mason All Rights Reserved
  • 9. www.PlanLeadExcel.comCopyright 2013 by Bob Mason All Rights ReservedLeading For Dollar$ Part IIHelp your managers make more money for you. Bringthis exciting and informative program to yourorganization.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