While it takes months and years to build trust and respect between a manager and subordinate, it takes only minutes to destroy it.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 9, 2007
In an exciting, Free Teleseminar scheduled for Monday, March 12, at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) noted management consultants David Jackson and Cynsie Kraines of The Levinson Institute make a case that accountability provides the key to leadership in today's fast-changing business environment. The Levinson Institute, founded in Boston in 1968, is one of the world's most respected executive-development and consulting firms. All you need is a telephone to participate. The link to sign up for the On Leadership teleseminar is: http://www.levinsoninstitute.com/OLlive/.
In the teleseminar, Jackson and Kraines use vivid stories from many successful companies to illustrate how the best leaders create trust-inducing cultures and accountable, productive working relationships. As Kraines is quick to point out, "While it takes months and years to build trust and respect between a manager and subordinate, it takes only minutes to destroy it."
Jackson and Kraines make a powerful argument that in 2007 accountability and leadership are more vital than ever to guaranteeing productivity and bottom-line victories. Using their accountability leadership methodology, the consultants demystify leadership by providing five key strategies for creating the most adaptive and successful--as well as accountable--businesses anywhere.
In the information-packed hour, you will learn:
1. What is a manager? A leader? Why accountability is key -- Jackson and Kraines explain how good managers hold their people accountable for "keeping their word" and "earning their keep."
2. How to navigate the leadership pathway -- The consultants provide an overview of a total managerial leadership system that enables managers to leverage a company's potential by fully engaging commitment, aligning judgment, and developing capabilities.
3. Secrets of effective managers -- Jackson and Kraines examine the expectations all people bring to their organizations and define a manager's role in effectively addressing, understanding, and negotiating these expectations.
4. Managerial wisdom -- The consultants explain that the best leaders value the leadership role and understand the relationship between the human relationship and the accountability relationship.
5. The levels of communication -- Jackson and Kraines enumerate critical communications practices, such as context setting, necessary to fully align employee judgment and ensure optimal teamworking at every level of a business.
Plus, your submitted questions will be answered "live" by our two experts.
For more information and to sign up, please go to: http://www.levinsoninstitute.com/OLlive/.
All you need is a telephone to participate. The first 25 people to sign up for this seminar will receive a copy of The Levinson Institute's critically acclaimed book Accountability Leadership.
You may also contact David Jackson, Chief Operating Officer and Teleseminar host, via e-mail or call 617.947.8394 or 800.290.5735. The Levinson Institute also offers a 5-day On Leadership seminar which takes place in Boston, MA in April and May, 2007.
For information on these seminars, log on to http://www.on-leadership.com/leadership/index.html.