What makes a good leader? Is it someone who leads a team towards a great vision? Someone who is fair and enforces the rules? Or someone who tends to the needs of their employees?
Studies continue to indicate that in many organizations, workplace leaders are hindered from leading effectively because they are unable to communicate or connect with the needs of their team members. Research shows that this results in both team members and leaders feeling disrespected, demotivated, and worst of all, directionless.
This is especially true when new leaders are promoted internally. These upcoming leaders have considerable and respectable field work experience, but lack the leadership and communication skills to nurture the next generation of employees. This, coupled with new employees’ instant-gratification mindsets, causes serious difficulties for managers, supervisors, administrators and executives.
Needless to say, when employees are lost or demotivated in an organization, they are less invested in contributing or developing new ideas and innovations. Many resign or leave out of frustration.
In this session, Teacher Kean helps bring out the best in your organization’s leaders. First, by teaching them foundational leadership and self-love, he teaches your leaders how to manage themselves. Next, his team work, discipline and motivation modules train your new leaders how to manage others. Finally, we take a look at the big picture, and see how new leaders can lead their teams to manage the company’s strategy and direction as a whole.
But wait, let’s not forget to answer the question which got us here in the first place. What makes a good leader?
To us, a good leader is someone who can lead with kindness and respect. But most of all, it is always someone who is willing to lead by example.