Develop leaders who are valued and supported across the organization

Some people can readily create large networks of people who help them and their teams get things done; approvals are given, resources are provided, projects are financed, and decisions are made. Others seem to need help to accomplish even the smallest things within the organization. What’s the difference? Those who have these networks understand that their power comes from their ability to build strong, lasting connections with others. In this workshop, participants learn how to use a proven, four-step interpersonal process to readily connect with others, practice engaging in conversations, and receive feedback on the process.

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    • Benefits
      • Learn the importance of building leadership connections to get things done effectively.
      • Recognize that power does not come from a position but rather through the ability to make strong, lasting connections with others in the organization.
      • Discover how to build leadership connections with a simple four-step process.
      • Practice a new process and receive feedback from peers.
    • Model

      Building a leadership connection

      • Honor: Acknowledge and honor something unique and interesting about this person.
      • Disclose: Reduce your rank, become vulnerable, take a risk, or expose your humanity to this person.
      • Learn: Discover something about this person. What is the most important thing there is to know about them?
      • Serve: Find out how you can be of service to this person now or in the future.
    • Agenda
      • Introduction
      • Connections Mapping
      • Building Leadership Connections
      • Practicing Connectivity
      • Action Planning