In today’s world leaders are faced with a multitude of challenges, which include keeping up with trends in the workplace, prioritizing those trends and developing a strategy to respond in an effective way that benefits the organization. As a leader, you are at the forefront of change in your organization. You know how important it is to come up with solutions to engage, empower, motivate and connect with a dynamic and ever-changing workforce.
In this program, you will learn how to engage and connect with your team by becoming a transformational leader. You will discover innovative tools and techniques and the processes that transformational leaders use to inspire, empower and motivate employees to exceed normal levels of performance.
Attendees will learn how to transform their thinking, optimize their assets and accelerate their connectivity with these transformational leadership tools and implement them immediately!
The result: improved employee retention, increased employee engagement, accelerated productivity and a happier work environment.
Transformational Leadership Defined “Transformational leaders are those who stimulate and inspire followers to both achieve extraordinary outcomes and in the process develop their own leadership capacity”
Common Traits of Transformational Leaders Transformational leaders possess a clear vision of their goals and expectations. They are energetic, enthusiastic and passionate about their own mission, while at the same time they keep focused on helping everyone succeed!
The Four Components of Transformational Leadership
Intellectual Stimulation- Transformational leaders challenge the status quo and encourage creativity among followers. The leader encourages followers to explore new ways of doing things in addition to encouraging them with new opportunities for growth and learning.
Individualized Consideration – Leaders offer support and encouragement to individual followers and constantly keep lines of communication open. Followers feel free to share ideas openly and leaders offer direct recognition of their follower’s unique contributions.
Inspirational Motivation – Transformational leaders have a clear vision that they are able to articulate to followers. At the same time transformational leaders help followers experience the same passion and motivation to reach their goals.
Idealized Influence – The transformational leader serves as a role model for their followers who trust and respect the leader. Followers will generally emulate the leader and internalize their ideas and their values.
Transformational Leadership Core Competencies
Self – Mastery
Four Steps to Becoming a Transformational Leader
Create an inspiring vision
Motivate people to buy into and deliver the vision
Manage delivery of the vision
Build ever stronger trust-based relationships with your people
Transformational leadership with its emphasis on vision, employee empowerment and challenging the traditional leadership hypothesis has become a well-liked model among today’s more progressive companies.
“The single biggest way to impact an organization is to focus on transformational leadership. There is almost no limit to the potential of an organization that recruits good people, raises them up as leaders and continually develops them”