For your business to succeed, you need individual contributors who work with customers and handle the day-to-day tasks that keep your business running. Building a sustainable business requires motivation and commitment, as they make up the silent majority of your organization.
Self Leadership trains individuals to become empowered, proactive self leaders who take control of their own success and are committed to achieving results for your organization.Talk to an Expert
We can deliver Self Leadership in-person, as virtual sessions, as part of a learning journey, or delivered in a self-directed online or moderated online version, so your managers can learn how to become self leaders wherever they are and whenever they have time.
The Self-Leadership in-person experience is a one-day course that uses a four-part learning path to ensure participants develop the self-starting mindset they need to move the organization forward. Self Leadership teaches individuals at all levels within an organization to learn the proactive behaviors required to:
Prework: LAUNCH — Engaging prework assignments, including an assessment, which explains key Self Leadership concepts, and downloading the SLII app.
Day 1: LEARN — Activities to define Self Leadership and Crafting a Personal Learning Purpose. Introduces the SLII® Model and a common language of leadership.
Day 1: PRACTICE — Participants practice the skill of Matching. They discover that being proactive means getting the matching leadership style from anyone who can provide the direction and support they need.
Day 1: PRACTICE — Participants review their Perceptions of Self Leadership assessment results and learn how to integrate and analyze their manager’s responses in their first One on One.
Post Work: APPLY — Revisit the learning portal and access tools, including the Perceptions of Self Leadership Interpretation Guide. Prepare, schedule, and conduct a One-on-One Conversation with their manager.
The world loses $7.8 trillion in productivity from disengaged employees. In 2021, only 21% of employees were engaged at work.
The success of your company’s strategic initiatives depends on the commitment and proactive behavior of those on the front line, the individual contributors responsible for executing and making it happen. By empowering individual contributors with the skills and mindset of self leadership, you can create a productive, accountable, innovative, and engaged workforce.
As self-leaders, they ask for direction and support, moving up the curve more quickly to proficiency.
Embedded self-leaders consistently work hard and increase performance across your organization because they are more engaged and committed.
Self leaders are not held accountable by their managers — they hold themselves responsible for achieving their goals and successfully executing your organization's initiatives, not their managers.
To solve problems, address challenges, and develop innovative solutions, empowered self leaders must overcome constraints.