Learn about Credibility, Influence and Impact

Our research demonstrates that leaders who are connected to their people, who understand the challenges, inspire commitment, and coordinate contribution towards a common goal achieve extraordinary results faster than those who employ a more command and control approach. We call this Connected Leadership.

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Your Objectives

Many leaders feel as if they are expending too much effort for too little return. They want to have a greater impact and produce better results faster. More often than not, old ways of approaching their leadership challenges are not working anymore.

Several common objectives our clients have:

    • Accelerating the development of high-potentials, preparing leaders for future roles
    • Increasing system-wide leadership capabilities and collaboration
    • Increasing impact and effectiveness in leading others to desired results
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Our Approach

We work with leaders at all levels of the organization to transform how they engage with others. We know that the age of classroom leadership development is in fast decline because it overemphasizes reason and underemphasizes emotion and action. All of our leadership development co-mingles reason, emotion, and action to create deeply human experiences that accelerate and prolong leadership development. We also structure our leadership development according to the size and scale of your desired results.

Several common methods and approaches we use:

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The Results

Leaders learn to embody and exude a strength of character, capacity and connection. Stronger bonds form with others as a sense of trust and credibility builds. Confidence filters through the organization as people realize they can voice concerns without fear of reprisal. Opportunities are seized upon, innovation is increase as team members feel free to express ideas, problems are addressed more quickly, and people feel proud and satisfied about a job well done.

 

Example of our work in this area