Under great pressure, today’s leaders balance relationships and results, making difficult decisions every day. Leadership values and principles help leaders to make tough trade-offs and lead their people with purpose and authenticity when they are clear about them. Leaders inspire trust, respect, and engagement when they share their values and motivators with their people.
Through Blanchard's Leadership Point of View™, leaders uncover their values, write leadership stories, and develop trusting relationships.Talk to an Expert
We can deliver Leadership Point of View in person, as virtual sessions, or as self-directed online learning with live moderated sessions, so your managers can discover their leadership point of view wherever they are and whenever they have time.
The Leadership Point of View in-person experience is two half-day sessions, ideally spaced two to five days apart, followed by a peer and facilitator coaching call. Use this delivery process to coach a group of leaders within an organization to create their own LPOV and get feedback from their facilitator and peers before sharing it with their manager and work group.
Prework: LAUNCH — Engaging prework assignments that explain key LPOV concepts in preparation for the cohort learning experience.
Day 1: LEARN and PRACTICE — Outlines the purpose and value of a Leadership Point of View. Participants experience an LPOV presentation from a senior leader. They then take steps to craft a LPOV through exploration of key people and events. Participants reflect on and identify their expectations for themselves and others, then work with a partner to determine ways to demonstrate each value in action through sharing of life stories with a learning partner.
Day 2: LEARN and PRACTICE — Participants explore what has become clear by creating their LPOV. Participants share a draft presentation and receive feedback and peer coaching in triad groups. The day ends with tips for finalizing their written LPOV and sharing it with others.
Post Work: Triad Coaching Call — Required follow-up call with, ideally, three peers and the LPOV facilitator/coach, conducted two to three weeks after the cohort sessions, which allows each participant an opportunity to practice their Leadership Point of View presentation and receive feedback from the peer group.
45% of workers say their immediate boss is the most stressful aspect of their jobs. And 50% don't know what their supervisor expects of them.
Leading from a leadership perspective can help leaders become more authentic and inspiring, self-aware and honest, vulnerable and values-driven. In addition, people feel more connected and motivated to work when they understand their leader's motivations.
Improve understanding of the values and expectations of leaders.
Make leaders more accessible and authentic.
Develop leaders who are more effective, connected, and supportive.