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Leadership always matters, but in tough times, it matters a whole lot more.

In a challenging environment, how do you inspire employees to become more involved, engaged and productive?

Let's face it, these days we're all being asked to do a lot more, with a lot less. Everyone's feeling the stress, and it's easy for employees to become unfocused and concerned with self-preservation.

In this kind of environment, strong leadership skills have never been more important.

Leading More with Less demonstrates six critical leadership skills that will inspire employees through difficult periods. These skills are universal and can be used through good and bad times, without spending any scarce resources. The key to understanding how these concepts work, is to see them in action. The Leading More with Less training program realistically demonstrates both "wrong way" and "right way," leadership examples and the powerful effect they have on employees.

The Leading More with Less training video is broken down into six distinct sections—with each chapter focusing on a specific technique:

  1. What have you got to hide?
  2. Are you well-informed?
  3. Who's got the last word?
  4. Deja vu all over again?
  5. Who do you appreciate?
  6. Who's watching you?

Purchase includes Leading More With Less training DVD (Running Time: 17.5 minutes), CD-RM with leader's guide, reproducible participant worksheets in PDF format and supporting PowerPoint slides. This program contains optional subtitles and is also available in Spanish.

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
- John Quincy Adams

Key Learning Points

  • Tell The Truth
  • Create An Open Environment
  • Support Autonomy
  • Challenge The Status Quo
  • Show Appreciation
  • Set An Outstanding Example

Purchase Includes

  • Leading More With Less DVD (17 Minutes)
  • CD containing:
        - Leader's Guide
        - Participant Worksheets
        - PowerPoint Slides

Guides & Workbooks

Download Leading More With Less - Leader's Guide Preview
Download Leading More With Less - Info Sheet Preview

Only preview versions of handouts can be viewed without a license.

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