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The 5 Attributes of Great Leaders: Unleashing the mentor in new managers and leaders


Meeting Description:

The majority of new supervisors lack the basic skills they need to lead, and nearly 86% of newly-promoted managers struggle to make the transition from "doers" into leaders. By integrating a coach/mentor style new managers can be more effective, build trust more easily, and close the “doer”/leader gap more easily.

This Leadership LandingTM webcast will help new managers and leaders to:

  • Learn about the 5 Attributes that differentiate great leaders from the rest
  • Avoid the pitfalls and blind spots that often lead to new leader failure
  • Use coaching and mentoring to ease the supervisory transition
  • Use coaching and to gain credibility from their bosses and their staff
  • Become a "coach manager" who can give employees the direction they need to get the job done, without micromanaging or taking a hands-off approach
  • Understand the roles that mentoring and coaching can play in helping them succeed in the tough parts of the job, such as difficult conversations with problem performers
  • Take simple steps that integrate a coaching and mentoring approach to everyday situations and relationships at work

 

Details
Date: Tue, Sep 22, 2009
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): ReadyTalk Web Seminar Series
 Presenter Information
Hal Adler
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Prior to founding Leadership LandingTM, Hal was President of Great Place to Work® Institute, the global research and consulting firm best known for creating the gold standard in workplace recognition; the annual FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For.

Hal joined the Institute in 2004 as a consultant, and in 2006 was asked to be President of the company. His range of practical, hands-on leadership experiences spans managing within multi-national publicly held companies, to being the first hire in boutique consulting firms. Hal has years of experience working with leadership across industries such as healthcare, airline, finance, manufacturing, insurance, retail, hospitality and gaming, technology and construction
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