Leadership Development

Develop a  Leadership Style that Engages Your Employees

In these challenging times, it is important that business owners maintain a strategic vision for their organisation, and motivate their employees to acquire and pursue the vision.

Strategic leadership can be defined as building resources [including human resources] as well as developing capability to gain appropriate sustained advantages in the long-term. Strategic leaders invest in their talent in order to drive innovation in their businesses. They regard building a culture of trust and credibility as pivotal in engaging employees to share and achieve the vision of their organisation.

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Francis Goss talks about engaging managers. Click on the video to understand the importance of first engaging your managers.

Leadership for Employee Engagement Program

Graduates of the Program will acquire learning and skills to:

  • improve their own job-role/engagement alignment
  • gain strategic insight from understanding the key motivators for employee engagement
  • reassess traditional understanding of leadership and replace with contemporary strategies that link to: facilitating job fulfillment; being able to foster effective interpersonal relationships; and, to promoting work-life balance
  • prepare a strategic plan with guidance from the Principal coach. The plan enables managers to develop an engagement culture which attracts, engages and retains talent
  • be able to use cutting edge monitoring and measuring mechanisms to track improved employee engagement that will arise from their plan

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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence (EQi) is the ability to understand and manage your emotions and those of people around you. People with high emotional intelligence are aware of what they are feeling, what these feelings mean and how they may affect others.

Cecile Riddle is a recognised mentor in emotional intelligence, specifically working with senior management to effect a paradigm shift in the way leaders view their role.
Diagram of emotional intelligence
Daniel Goleman, the America Psychologist whose name has become synonymous with EQi, has defined the 5 elements of emotional Intelligence as:

  • Self-awareness
  • Self-regulation
  • Motivation
  • Empathy
  • Social skills

Prime Performance conducts an analysis of individuals’ Emotional Intelligence and provides coaching programs to enable them to develop into successful leaders.

Programs are delivered in 10 session blocks. Each successive program builds on the previous learning to achieve a higher level of emotional intelligence.

Improving Communications

Good, open, collaborative relationships are a key requirement to engage employees. Leaders who have the ability to communicate clearly, openly and confidently will gain the trust and respect of their people and enable them to mentor their direct reports.

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  • "Wisdom is knowing the right path to take. Integrity is taking it". --Unknown