Steps to Model Excellence in Leadership
When you look around you, do you see people that do things better than you? Are more productive? Handle stress better? Manage teams effectively?
What questions should you ask to extract their excellence and be able to do it on your own?
How can you model your own excellence? How can you build the bridge between what you know and what you do?
In our everyday lives, we are all leaders who develop leaders, some of the time. Leadership is influencing others and getting the best out of them. Whether we are aware of it or not, we are leaders of our own lives, families, a group of friends, and at work. The stronger the leader, the stronger the future leaders will be.
To be one step ahead and to deliver successful projects in our everyday life we need to work in a team, to connect and influence others. We all have our areas where we excel, what would happen if we could transfer the skills and learnings from successful situations to other situations? How would be if we could model our own excellence or the excellence of others?
In our session we will discuss:
- How we can build the bridge between what we know and what we do;
- How we model our own excellence and the excellence in others;
- How to facilitate change in Leadership.
There are different leadership styles, it’s not that one is better than the other. Some styles are not appropriate to some situations. It is important to know when it is appropriate and when do we need to be flexible enough to do things differently.
We do this by exploring an NLP tool called The Logical Levels introduced by Robert Dilts.