The best work relationships are partnerships. They require collaboration between the leader and their people regarding communication, working style, feedback, direction, and support. However, many leaders lose sight of their people’s needs and aspirations when they are focused on meeting the needs of their organization.
Blanchard's Servant Leadership Essentials™ course teaches leaders how to build trust, listen, and give and receive feedback in a way that motivates and engages their people.Talk to an Expert
Servant Leadership can be delivered as virtual sessions and as part of a learning journey so your leaders can learn how to think differently about leadership’s purpose and bring out the best in their people.
Blanchard’s Servant Leadership Essentials is delivered through two 2-hour live-virtual sessions and can be built into learning journeys.
Employees quit for a variety of reasons.
It is estimated that 54% of employees do not feel valued by their employers.
Managers don't feel valued by 52% of employees.
In the workplace, 51% of employees don't feel like they belong.
The most effective leaders recognize that leadership is not about them and that the success of their people fuels their success. Servant leaders continually try to find out what their people need to succeed. They want to make a difference in the lives of their people and, in the process, benefit the organization. Team members perform better when they believe their leader has their best interests at heart.
Leaders who serve their team members learn how to support and help them grow.
As a result, employees are more likely to stay and endorse the company as a great employer.
To achieve the extraordinary, servant leaders support, motivate, and empower their team members.
People can develop innovative solutions to challenges with the help of servant leaders.