Close the knowing-doing gap!
Many managers know what they should be doing through experience, own reading or training, but don’t always succeed in changing their habits successfully. During this track, the managers close their ‘knowing-doing’ gap by installing key habits on leadership in their business as usual. It’s a simple, straightforward process that gets them from ‘knowing’ to ‘doing’. The expectations are clear: after each webinar, the managers put 1 key habit into practice. These key habits represent the essential behaviors they need to show, in order to become the leader they would want to follow.
9 foundation habits in the business as usual
1. Giving Feedforward & Feedback
2. Coaching Questions
3. Steering on Results
4. Focused Meetings
5. Situational Leadership Best Practices
6. Following up on Goals
7. Creating Trust
8. Crucial Conversations
9. Creating a Feedback Culture
Be the leader you wish you had.
Success is not left up to chance.
Did you know that 88% of all habit attempts fail?
That’s because habitlearning is a counter-intuitive process! Luckily, we have cracked the code & are able to turn this daunting number around. So don’t act surprised if we are serious when it comes to our real-time habit support.
This consists of:
To kick-off the track, everyone follows the 90′ workshop ‘how to build new habits’ to gain basic insight in the habit-method and how to apply it after every webinar.
After each webinar, we stick around for 30′ of real-time habit coaching to answer all their questions on implementing the key habits.
Habit follow up webinars
2 extra webinars are organized as follow up during the track to enhance their success rate.
Know-how from the best
This webinar track is developed in association with our extensive network of learning experts & HR/business professionals. Together, we have searched for the essentials of leadership & translated their know-how into tiny, manageable habits. They will share their knowledge during the track on our online community, during video-interviews or as webinar- guest speakers. What are the smallest leadership behaviors that have the largest impact? Let’s take a look at the track!