Effective Leadership

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The Meaning of Leadership

    Effective leaders cultivate trust, accountability, communication, and loyalty to build psychologically safe atmospheres for their teams.

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    Situational Leadership

      Maintaining a psychologically safe atmosphere that encourages team members to ask questions or for clarification at any point is key.

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      Action Centered Leadership

        As leaders, our concentrated attention on tasks often obscures our attending to the needs of individuals as well as the overall team.

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        Delegation – Why and What

          Successful delegation requires choosing to appropriately delegate those tasks that support the overall productivity of your team – for individuals as well as the collective team.

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          Delegation – Resistance

            Awareness of potential delegation barriers allows one to resist the temptation to underutilize delegation

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            Delegation – Strategy

              Use delegation to your advantage to utilize your resources and increase productivity for your entire team.

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              Meeting Preparation

                To communicate the value of your team’s time and the meeting itself, carefully consider these essential points in your planning process.

                Meeting Facilitation

                Meeting Facilitation

                  Have you ever attended a boring meeting? Don’t let your meetings be like those.

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                  Problem Solving Skills

                    When people work in close proximity with each other, problems are inevitable. Leaders must know how to manage problem situations and resolve them quickly and effectively.

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                    The OODA Loop: A Proven Decision-Making Strategy

                      The OODA Loop focuses on filtering available information and data, putting it into context, and making appropriate decisions, all while acknowledging decisions are dynamic and may need adjusting as additional data impacts the situation.