DUCK, DUCK LEADER: HOW TO PICK, PROMOTE, and PREPARE NEW LEADERS™ WEBINAR
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DUCK, DUCK LEADER: HOW TO PICK, PROMOTE, and PREPARE NEW LEADERS™
What if the rules for the game played among kids, crept into your office? Employees sat in a circle and the one picked to be the leader was caught off guard, surprised, and just started running in more circles. For many, this is exactly what happens as leaders appear chosen at random, instead of having had the right skills, and then sent to do a job for which they are woefully ill-prepared. With Duck, Duck Leader, you’ll learn a better way. In this session, you’ll frame up your criteria of high performing leaders and understand what is needed in order to ensure each one is both promoted, and prepared. Duck, Duck Leader answers the question of “What skill set does your next leader need to succeed and to be a good fit for the team?” This session also addresses potential pitfalls, needed solutions and adjustments, and remedies for when that critical first step of determining what your new leader needs, is skipped. Duck, Duck Leader will keep your existing leaders from running around chasing their position and keep your new leaders from feeling like they misread the job description. Your leaders will be more ready and their results will be more steady, while all avoid the negative results that stem from a leader who’s been promoted too early and believes they’ve been goosed with the opportunity! If you’ve ever hired a poor fit for a leadership position or been the person promoted and had no idea what that meant, this webinar will be informative, entertaining, enlightening and very helpful!
- Avoid 3 common pitfalls that occur when leaders are poorly picked and promoted
- Apply simple methods for leadership selection that align the person and the position
- Use 4 psychographic categories that reveal more than promotion interview questions
- Employ 6 solutions for improving poorly prepared leaders
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