Leading Employee Performance


Program Features

  • Objective: Varying Your Leadership Style to Optimize Performance
  • Program Length: Half-Day
  • Learning Track: Leadership

Leaders achieve business objectives by optimizing their resources—the main resource being their people. As they develop, their value, contribution, and productivity increases. So, your primary management goal is to develop the competence, confidence, and commitment of your employees. Depending on their individual skill and confidence in a specific situation, you may need to define, guide, facilitate, and/or empower them.

Participants in this program will gain an understanding of what it takes to be an effective leader, who can vary his/her leadership style. They will learn the behaviors used to initiate, influence, and sustain employee performance appropriate to a given situation and each employee’s individual level of development.

Skill-Based Program Content

  • Distinguishing between leaders and managers
  • Leading with structure and involvement
  • Choosing appropriate leadership styles
  • Avoiding inappropriate leadership styles
  • Gaining agreement on leadership styles
  • Developing employees through active listening

Facilitator Kit

Our easy-to-use Facilitator Kit provides internal trainers and consultants with step-by-step instructions, comprehensive program content, and all the tools needed to conduct successful and highly-interactive training sessions. This kit includes the materials listed below and must be purchased to order Participant Kits:

  • Facilitator Guide
  • PowerPoint® Presentation (CD or E-Mail Attachment)
  • Online Tools (CD or E-Mail Attachment)
  • Participant Kit

Participant Kit*

Each Participant Kit includes a comprehensive Participant Workbook with learning materials, references, and user-friendly tools that can be put to use immediately on the job.  

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