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Professional Development - Leadership Expanded - Part 2

  • 04/27/2017
  • 6:00 PM
  • Bar Cento, West Side Market, 1948 W 25th St, Cleveland, OH 44113
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Leadership Expanded

Part 2/2


NOTE: This is Part 2 of the Leadership Basics Professional Development Series. Part 1 was on April 13, 2017. It is suggested you attend Part 1 and Part 2, but not mandatory. 

Those in leadership positions at any level with any experience level.  The concepts in these sessions are universal and can be applied in any organization at any level.

Sessions will be participant based discussions guided by the facilitator.  Interaction and idea sharing are key and will help provide perspective and understanding for those participating.  Sessions can be tailored in length and to a target audience if background on the audience is given.  

A-Type vs. P-Type Leadership

There is a common misconception that to be a leader, you must an A-Type personality.  This lesson will discuss how that is not always true, and introduce the concept of a P(people)-Type personality. 

Key Objectives

Define A-Type personality and positive/negative traits
  • High achievers, go-getters, makes decisions easily
  • Impatient, domineering, prone or quick anger, rude, status conscious
Define B-Type personality and positive/negative traits
  • Low stress, reflective, patient
  • Fold under pressure, indecisive
Define P-Type personality how it relates to leadership
  • Focused on team goals, team members achievements/well-being
  • Creates buy-in and collaboration

How to Lead the Millennial Generation

Key Objectives

Discuss the Millennial Generation and the common stereotypes (entitled, self-interested, lazy, idealistic, impatient)
  • Upbringing:  Participation metals
  • Technology:  Smartphones and Social Media. 
  • Impatience:  Millennials have grown up with instant gratification. 
  • Environment: Previously generations don’t know how to lead them!
  • Corporate environments are built around short-term numbers, not long-term development of employees
How to overcome these issues and LEAD this generation Situational Leadership!
  • Leaders must adjust to their team’s construct
  • Lead the team by adjusting to each team member’s needs  
  • Lead Millennials like you’d lead anyone...adapt to their individual needs

               


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