Supervisory Leadership Training 2007 Synergy Allied Llc

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  • There will always be natural leaders—those who have been brought up in a leadership environment and have leadership in their blood. But the vast majority of new leaders are notborn. Leadership can be learnedSelf-taught through reading and developing skills over time --- in the fieldMentoring and supervisory relationships key to fostering culture of leadershipExamine great leaders in history and identify common characteristicsI do believe that leaders can be developed – I have to believe that because currently we have far too few of them in the world
  • Training opportunities within fieldNo defined management training tracks or “career ladders”Move line staff into management without Leadership trainingDirection: Most “fields” do not have a blueprint for advancement between leadership levels (i.e. Line Supervisor  Manager  ExecutiveCurrent mechanisms do not promote diversityCompensation Issues creates high turnover
  • Once achieved, team disbands
  • Like other professionals, the musicians don't need to be empowered--they're already secure in what they know and can do--but they do need to be infused with energy for the tasks at hand. This is the role of the covert leader: to act quietly and unobtrusively in order to exact not obedience but inspired performance.
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