The AGILE Leader
Today’s advancing Supervisor, Manager and Leader often possess the technical knowledge to promote up yet lack the people knowledge to truly be successful in managing and engaging employees effectively.
Dr. D's 90-day AGILE LEADER program leverages and transforms the mindset for “people” skills critical for success in today’s complex workplace.
Avoid the risky business of bad bossing and loss of employee engagement before it puts you and your organization at the threshhold of costly claims, lawsuits and economic downturns.
The AGILE Leader
"Always keep learning. You stop doing useful things if you don’t learn."
"The secret of success is to do the common thing uncommonly well."
~John D. Rockefeller Jr.
Today's advancing professional and emerging leader has more opportunities than ever for timely and cost-effective skill-based learning.
Online programs make learning easy and accessible so no one is left behind.
Leaders often benefit from a more in-depth approach through 1:1 coaching and small group practicums to build skills, expand awareness, and experience change to really make a difference.
It's all about being agile in what you learn, how you learn, and how you lead!
This 90-day training and coaching program is perfect for:
- New managers and supervisors
- Emerging team leads
- Managers and supervisors who want to sharpen their skills
- Advancing professionals
Dr. D's training is designed for those serious about advancing their careers with agility and flexibility while learning to lead others with character, influence, and integrity.
How much easier can it get?
Why is leadership development so important?
Some people naturally understand how to work with others collaboratively and how to build rapport, while others promote into positions of leadership without this mindset.
The Blanchard Group's research reveals most managers don’t receive the needed training to be successful in moving up until they are about ten years into their managerial career.
“The effects are damaging at both an individual and organizational level,” says Scott Blanchard, head of the Group.
“More than 60 percent of new managers underperform or fail in their first two years.
Those who survive without managerial training often develop negative, harmful habits that are hard to break—and can hold them back for years to come.”
So, learning to manage up, down and all around with a conscious and agile mindset benefits everyone!