Leadership Development Supervisory Leadership Development Typically, organizations fill leadership positions within organizations are generally filled by the best "technician" or the most seniority. While it is not difficult to realize that an organization's best producer may not be the best leader, it is very common. Additionally, these individuals have generally not been given the proper tools to understand their role as a leader and how greatly their behavior, actions, and attitudes affect their team members. This process gets the individual and his/her supervisor committed to achieving predetermined, meaningful results. Tetra's Foundations of Leadership Development program provides:
Individual Objective Assessment
Personal plan of action
Six weeks (two hours per week) instruction
Organizational Brain Food Organizational Brain Food is a series of training & development sessions designed to educate participants on a wide range of business topics that are vital to any successful organization. These down-to-earth mini seminars are generally less than two hours in duration but yet packed with practical knowledge, strategies, and tactics to help leaders grow and develop.
Topics include: Communication Skills: Listening, Assertiveness; Giving & Receiving Criticism; Conflict Management; Dealing With Difficult People; DISC Profile System Organizational Skills: Understanding & Adapting to Change; Accountability & Value; Bean Counting for Non Bean Counters; Activity Management; Leadership Skills: Coaching; Delegation; Filling the Talent Pool; Motivating Others; Recognition Counts; Pygmalion Effect; Setting the Table for Success; Lost in the Desert; The Abilene Paradox