Recognition, Rapport, and Results
“The quality of the relationships will influence the quality of the process, the quality of the product, or both.”
— Kendall C. Wright
In most organizations, nothing of significant value or importance happens without interacting with others. The fundamental truth of organizational leadership is this – leadership is a relationship. Your ability to establish and nurture respectful and effective working relationships will determine your success as a leader, and your team’s success in achieving organizational goals. Relationships are the channel through which information, instruction, and trust are communicated.
Learn how to cultivate the leadership relationships that recognize the needs of the team, develop solution producing rapport, and generate market-shaping results.
In This Presentation You Will Learn:
- The Key Prerequisites of T.R.U.S.T.
- How To Reverse The Dysfunction Itinerary
- Identify Barriers To Effective Collaboration
- How To Ask “The Entelechy Questions”
- How To Clarify Expectations