Summer Leadership Series: Leading for Performance & Acct, The Art of Delegation and Leadership Essentials & Coaching

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Name: Summer Leadership Series: Leading for Performance & Acct, The Art of Delegation and Leadership Essentials & Coaching
Date: July 19, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM CDT
Event Description:

Summer Leadership Series    (Sign up for the series & save 10% off individual class prices)

These shortened leadership classes were created for those managers who feel they can’t take an entire day for a class but still want to improvement their leadership skills. Scheduled for Friday mornings, it might a great idea to network with others in the class (or bring your team) and head to the Memorial Union for lunch before going back to work or being off for the weekend. This series of 3 half day classes will help you increase your leadership influence with your employees and in your organization.

Fridays, July 19, 26 and August 2, 2018 ;  8:30 am – Noon;  $417


Leading for Performance and Accountability

You will learn the 7 reasons why performance reviews often create fear, the 10 characteristics of fearless coaching conversations and how to develop the “right” mindset for performance management. This half day class is based on and includes a copy of Fearless Performance Reviews by Jeff and Linda Russell.

Friday, July 19, 2019; $165 (includes book)
Jeff Russell


The Art of Delegation

This class will focus on developing delegation as a valuable skill that will allow you to enable your employees to willingly take more responsibility for performance and use their expanded authority well. You will learn the what, why of delegations, the conditions necessary for successful delegation and the 5 steps of effective delegation.

Friday, July 26, 2019; $149
Jeff Russell

Leadership Essentials and Coaching

You will learn the 8 impacts of leadership, the 6 leadership styles (by Daniel Goleman), and when/how to use them. We will discuss the 5 reasons why managers fail, how to use the change formula to help the people you manage adapt to new ideas, and how to coach others through affective dialogue.

Friday, August 2, 2019; $149;
Scott Savage

Grainger Hall
975 Univeristy Ave
Madison, WI 53703
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7/19, 7/26 & 8/2    
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