Leading Others

Once we have established a foundation of knowledge about ourselves, and applied that knowledge in the real world, we are ready to become a better leaders of others.  Leading not managing, yet there are specific management skills that are necessary to become high-performing leaders, such as delivering effective and timely feedback, turning discord into productive conflict, and remaining inclusive.

The program includes applicable methods and new techniques to improve your ability to lead multi-dimensional teams, inspiring commitment and motivating others. We’ll also continue our focus on the credit union industry by sharing ways to constructively critique strategy and analyze data.

Finally, you’ll learn effective ways to mentor and coach others, culminating in the building of an Individual Development plan for one or more of your employees.