Lead Yourself, Then Lead Others
As a leader, it is most important that you first are able to lead yourself before you can effectively lead and manage others. Many individuals are highly skilled in their job, task, and profession only to be surprised and frustrated when they get promoted into a formal leadership role.
The most important aspect of leading others is to fully understand your strengths and weaknesses and how to enhance how you “show up” as a leader. If you begin to truly care about your role as a leader, then others will see it and follow your lead. If you don’t care, see how quickly others will emulate that behavior!
Common Topics in Individual Development
- Patience/tolerance levels
- Too direct/lacking directness
- Degrees of empathy
- Desire to please/want to be liked
- Inability to build/enhance relationships
- Conflict management
- Delivering hard messages
- Career Guidance
- Executive Coaching
A Focus on The People Element
Historically, companies limit their training to “process” and “technology,” leaving the most crucial component of development missing: How to relate to, engage, get along with, and get the most from people.
The missing link for many individuals is that they focus solely on their technical skills. This has left their communication, relationship, decision making, conflict, and emotional skills undeveloped. Our training and development addresses the most important aspect of the role as a leader, the people element.
PeopleTek has been developing leaders since 1996 ensuring that a person excels in how they deal with others and how they “show up” as a leader in their role and organization. The skills, once set in motion, last for the remainder of their career. It’s acquiring the insights and self-reflection that enable the leader to be proficient and skilled in their position and finally comfortable in the role they obtained.
Reasons to Engage in Our Leadership Development Programs
- You want to communicate better with others or you’ve been misunderstood.
- You want to make better decisions.
- You want to better manage change for yourself and team.
- Other people think you are too aggressive, assertive or passive.
- You were just promoted or want to be promoted.
- You want to be a more effective leader who motivates and inspires others.
- You want to respond to the misperceptions linked to you.
- You want to learn how to own your behaviors and either replace them or make them more effective.
- You want to obtain suggestions on how your leadership behaviors could be enhanced
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