Virtual Lunch & Learn
Too often, people think of leaders as the person at the top. In reality, most leaders are not at the top, they are somewhere in the middle. Leadership in the middle often involves smaller teams and more direct contact with team members. A leader needs to read his/her team. If the team believes in the leader, but doesn’t believe in the leader’s vision, the leader needs a new vision. If the team believes in the leader’s vision, but doesn’t believe in the leader, they will find another leader. A leader is not a leader because an organization says the person is a leader. A leader is who the team, chooses to follow.
That’s the bottom line – BE the change, and people will follow you.
To be able to understand some strategies of turning a vision of change into an actual change by becoming a leader, that people will follow
Be able to use common laws of leadership (the law of ‘buy in’, the
Law of ‘the lid’, the law of ‘timing’) to lead your team in the right
Identify opportunities to empower your team members.
Become better at listening to understand, as opposed to listening to reply.
About Our Facilitator
Richard Clark was President of his Graduating Class, Jay County High in 1984. He became a US Army Paratrooper, from 1984-1988. After his discharge, he joined the Automotive industrial world and has worked in Precision Measurement and Calibration since 1997, which lead to writing a book in 2006. More recently, in 2015, he founded the national running group Flags4Fallen, which carries full-size USA flags during races in memory of Americans who have passed away too soon.