It doesn't take a leader to notice an opportunity or a problem. It doesn't take a leader to have ideas about how to leverage the opportunity or solve the problem. It takes a leader to mobilize people to innovate and take action. Innovation is not a magical power that some possess and most despair of ever understanding. Innovation is simply the process of seeing things in a new way and embracing the process of change.
Change is an obvious and undeniable fact of life. Change simply means moving forward and not standing still. The most successful leaders are those that don't run from change, but turn it to their advantage.
There are a lot of reasons changes fail. Each failed change has its own special blend of things gone wrong. One common element to many failed change efforts is that leaders enter it without adequately understanding how to lead the process of change.
Learn to create challenging goals that energize and inspire others
Responsibly challenge the status quo and conventional practices
Experiment and take smart risks to achieve innovative and effective solutions
Demonstrate a bias for taking action and doing things proactively
Confront common misconceptions about change
Discover the most common mistakes in handling change
Understand the role of emotions in change
Learn useful tips for engaging others in the process
Unique in the training industry, we use a team approach to most training and executive coaching. This means a diversity of trainers, a variety of trainer certifications, specialties and expertise, and small facilitator to participant ratio.
We take the measurement of training results very seriously and dedicate a significant amount of time and resources to it - all to ensure that the programs offered by Tero deliver the outstanding results our clients have come to expect.
What are the future needs of the business? What talent, skills, knowledge and abilities will your future leaders need? What changes are anticipated? How do you see the role of leaders in making this change a reality?