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What sets great leaders apart

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what sets great leaders apart

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Great leaders are action oriented and get results - predictably and consistently.

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Great leaders establish a pattern of effective habits.

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how they think

Great leaders frame challenges and opportunities differently.

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Great leaders have a foundation of character that sets them apart.

You are invited to a full-day experience focused on what sets great leaders apart at the first-level, mid-to-senior-level, and executive-level.

FranklinCovey has distilled the learning from over $150 million in R&D, 30+ years of curating best-of-class thought leadership, numerous best-selling books, and hundreds of thousands of client engagements around the world, to create this 4 ½ hour work session.

We encourage you to join us as we share what we’ve learned about great leaders and winning cultures.

This one-day event is ideal for those responsible for leadership development and organizational behavior change.

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8:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.

  • FranklinCovey’s Leadership Point of View: Four Key Differentiators

  • First-Level Leaders: The 6 Critical Practices for Leading a Team

  • Mid-to-Senior-Level Leaders: Introducing The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership™

  • Executive-Level Leaders: Coaching and Feedback - The Lifeblood of the C-Suite

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  • All Access Pass: Partnership and Tools

  • The Roadmap to Success

  • Passholder Success Stories: Partnership and Tools

are your leaders ready?

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your first-level leaders must transition from "doing it themselves" to achieving results through others on their team.

an unprecedented digitization of information and compression of management layers has made your mid-to-senior-level leaders indispensable.

executive-level leaders set vision, execute strategy, and demonstrate personal trustworthiness to create winning cultures.

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Leadership is communicating to people their worth and potential so clearly

they come to see it in themselves.

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first-level leaders are the lynchpin of results

First-level leaders face unprecedented challenges and are under increasingly new demands daily. They execute on the strategy for the organization and are responsible for the results. First-level leaders lead employees who are customer facing; as a result, they are directly responsible for the customers as well. As organizational structures continue to flatten, primarily due to the digitization of information, there are fewer layers of mentorship to develop first-level leaders to successfully face these challenges.

Join us for FranklinCovey On Leadership to learn The 6 Critical Practices For Leading a Team that first-level leaders need to effectively lead their teams, including:

  • Develop a leader’s mindset
  • Setting up your team to achieve results
  • Building a rich culture of feedback
  • Leading your team through change
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mid-to-senior level leaders have four essential roles

The world is changing at an unprecedented pace. Every day, leaders are making countless decisions and facing problems they've never encountered before. What worked yesterday can change overnight. The speed is relentless, the stakes are high, but the rewards are great for those who can lead a team to consistently achieve extraordinary results. So how can leaders stay ahead of the curve and differentiate themselves and their teams when so much is changing so quickly?

In this session you'll be one of the first to experience our newest solution, The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership™ where we'll explore how mid-to-senior leaders need to:

  • Inspire Trust by being models of character and competence
  • Create Vision by rallying their teams around an important purpose
  • Execute Strategy through consistent, focused discipline and alignment
  • Coach Potential by unleashing the untapped talent of their team

executive-level leaders require a new mindset

Given the speed of change in today’s organizations, executive-level leaders are facing increased and complex issues.As a result of these demands, it’s becoming harder to lead. Executives require time to be coached with an approach that meets the requirement that often forms as a result of isolation.

Join us on an exploratory look at how coaching should be considered the life-blood of your organization and especially that of executives.

  • The higher-up in the organization, the less you will hear the trust about yourself.
  • The best executives avoid excessive self-confidence and pride and make it safe for their staff to provide them honest feedback.
  • Professional coaching serves as a communication vehicle to provide your executives a view into their leadership style.
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You are invited to a full-day experience focused on what sets great leaders apart at the first-level, mid-to-senior-level, and executive-level. FranklinCovey has distilled the learning from over $150 million in R&D, 30+ years of curating best-of-class thought leadership, numerous best-selling books, and hundreds of thousands of client engagements around the world, to create this work session.

We encourage you to join us as we share what we've learned about great leaders and winning cultures.

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