Section 1: The power of leadership
Explain the difference between good and bad leader behaviors and the human impact of each.
Section 2: What blocks you from being a great leader?
Name the four great leader behaviors and provide examples of each.
Section 3: The four high impact leadership behaviors
Practice the four leadership behaviors for fifteen minutes per day for two weeks.
Section 4: Improve your workplace
Summarize the neuroscience behind why we don't like bad bosses.
Section 5: How great leadership gives you better performance
Establish a leadership legacy by practicing a few simple daily behaviors in the workplace.
Lecture 11: Valuing others
Practicing a few simple behaviors that show you value others can have a big impact in injecting safety in the workplace. Anything you can do to acknowledge others or show empathy is good. These behaviors don’t take much time because they involve small gestures such as:
Saying hello to employees every morning
Smiling at people in the hall
Using a little levity
Showing a level of concern for individual employees
If employees aren’t creative enough or taking sufficient levels of risk, it’s usually because of a shortage of these gestures. As basic as these behaviors are, they are important as a foundation or precursor for trust building. (We discuss trust building behaviors in Lecture 9.) Make sure you fill out the attached to-dos and them practice them when you go to work tomorrow.
Materials:PDF - L11 A Value Others To-Do List