Have you ever worked with or for someone that didn’t get the best out of their teams? When they run a meeting, they shine and others around them grow dim. They make decisions while others can only debate the matter after the fact. They micro-manage instead of letting their team execute without interference. This style of leadership isn’t just bad for a team – it’s bad for the entire organization.
If you’ve worked with these “Diminishers,” you know it.
Every leader and manager wants to get more from their people. Join Sean Evans, president of STEP Consulting, as he explores how you can draw more from people by making more of them – by multiplying their contributions. Based on the work of Liz Wiseman, we will look at the ways in which managers help others to grow beyond what than they thought they could be – or halt their growth and make them less than they wanted to be.
Leaders who are “Multipliers” rapidly advance the capacity of their followers, increasing the intelligence of individuals and groups. Productivity and innovation are not far behind.
In this session, you’ll learn…
• What is the difference between a "Diminisher" and a "Multplier," and why it matters
• Learn the Five Disciplines of a Multiplier
• Leave with an action plan to develop your Multiplier disciplines
Our e-Roundtables are offered on a complimentary basis exclusively to our members. Would you like to attend but not a member yet? Join now.
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