Operational leaders are Essential for the Health of any Organization.
the day-to-day operations of the business, making the most of the business’s
core activities and work at the big-picture level, ensuring all the business
pieces work together as effectively as possible. Thus, playing a very crucial
role when it comes to operational stability, growth, and efficiency of their
the essentials of strategic planning and prepare their organization for future
still in your team the importance of individual, team, and development goals,
and create a culture of high performance.
tips to build employee engagement that drives positive outcomes, and best
practices for holding individuals and teams accountable to the agreed upon
on how to better present on topics you know well but your audience considers
complex or full of new information.
away with other best practices for support materials, visuals, and presentation
delivery that will help you plan for your next presentation.
you in leading your team to pinpoint opportunities for improvement, brainstorm
creatively, logically evaluate options, and make informed decisions that will
lead to success.
tools discussed will help you become proactive instead of reactive in the face
of problems and move from possibilities to solutions.
Planning Essentials: Prepare for Future Success
- Developing Others through Mentoring and Coaching
- Goal Setting and Accountability
- Present Complex Information
Thinking: Tools for Effective Collaboration
ways that strategic planning differs from tactical planning.
a strategic intent as the foundation of your organization’s plan.
the core competencies of your organization.
the current situation using SWOT analysis.
trust and relationships among employees
colleagues for continuous improvement
the qualities of successful employees and leaders
time-tested principles to lead your employees to success and help others
advance in their careers
additional strategies to develop others
the importance of individual, team, and development goals to achieve strategic
a culture of performance to deliver excellence.
employee engagement to ensure positive outcomes.
individuals and teams accountable to realize results.
a proven structure to effectively present complex information.
ways to simplify material to reach all listeners.
the power of analogies to explain complex information.
20+ best practices to plan your next presentation.
the Critical Thinking Process to gather and interpret relevant information and
come to well-reasoned conclusions and solutions.
between the Green-light and Red-light thinking mechanism.
visualization and fact finding to verify that you have identified the real
cause of the problem.
- Critically evaluate alternatives using deductive and inductive reasoning strategies, the ladder of inference, and logic trees.
decision-making techniques to choose effective solutions.
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Who Should Attend / Target Audience
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