Corporate Leadership and People Management

Greg Henriques, Discover l Achieve l Live

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22 Lessons (1h 49m)
    • 1. Introduction to this course

      1:14
    • 2. Introduction to Step 1

      0:36
    • 3. Creating your team Vision, Mission and Strategy

      8:01
    • 4. Eliciting your Team Values

      6:35
    • 5. Defining your Team Goals

      5:46
    • 6. Introduction to Step 2

      1:17
    • 7. Expanding your Credibility

      3:25
    • 8. The Trust formula

      5:16
    • 9. The Situational Leadership model

      14:32
    • 10. Engaging your team with Gallup

      5:58
    • 11. Introduction to Step 3

      0:53
    • 12. Lead regular team meetings

      4:52
    • 13. Lead One on One meetings

      4:07
    • 14. Facilitate your Quarterly team meetings

      3:09
    • 15. Closing

      2:07
    • 16. By the way...

      0:37
    • 17. Bonus Feedback

      3:53
    • 18. The 3 pillars of PERFORMANCE

      4:31
    • 19. World Class tips for Goal Setting

      5:21
    • 20. Bonus Mastermind

      4:51
    • 21. Finding your dream job part 1

      12:19
    • 22. Finding your dream job part 2

      9:51

Project Description

Create an action plan to increase your level of personal credibility

Project Description

We learn 70% by doing, so now that you have learnt all the principles and core elements of being a great manager, let's put it into PRACTICE!

Your project is to BOOST YOUR LEVEL OF CREDIBILITY

You will do this in 3 steps:

  1. Watch the Learning videos from chapters 1 and 2
  2. Assess your current level of credibility using the attached credibility SELF ASSESSMENT TOOL
  3. Based on your results, define and PUBLISH YOUR 30 DAYS ACTION PLAN that will describe what elements you are going to focus on during the next 30 days.

The Self Assessment will provide you an actionable feedback as to what elements of your credibility your could focus on and improve.

Definition

CREDIBILITY is defined by 4 key elements:

  • INTEGRITY

To many, integrity basically means honesty. While integrity includes honesty, it's much more. It's integratedness, it's walking your talk. It's being congruent, inside and out. It's having the courage to act in accordance with your values and beliefs.

  • INTENT

This has to do with our motives, our agendas, and our resulting behavior. Trust grows when our motives are straightforward and based on mutual benefit - in other words, when we genuinely care not only for ourselves, but also for the people we interact with, lead, or serve.

  • CAPABILITIES

These are the abilities we have that inspire confidence - our talents, attitudes, skills, knowledge, and style. They are the means we use to produce results. Capabilities also deal with our ability to establish, grow, extend and restore trust.

  • RESULTS

This refers to our track record, our performance, our getting the right things done. If we don't accomplish what we are expected to do, it diminishes our credibility. On the other hand, when we achieve the results we promised, we establish a positive reputation of performing, of being a producer, and our reputation precedes us.

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