The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Carlton’s Training Solutions has developed a leadership plan for the corporate world and it revolves around the corporate training videos Whale Done and Would I Follow Me. Managers and leaders try to find the right words and actions to motivate employees to do their best work. These programs are two of the most frequently used training videos in the world because they lead by example. Whale Done and Would I Follow Me are Carlton’s Training Solutions’ answer to the woes of corporate management.
Whale Done studies the behavior of how the trainers who manage the killer whales at SeaWorld get these huge mammals to do what they want. And enjoy doing it! Oddly enough the Whale Done philosophy runs contrary to almost all management training. Rather than focus on the gotcha moment when an employee is doing something wrong so the behavior can be corrected, this program catches people doing things right and builds trust and creates strong work relationships.
The Whale Done program is authored by business great Ken Blanchard. Style changes, times change and thus leadership styles must change with the workplace adaptations. Blanchard believes in the power of positive relationships and his programs revolve around that type of leadership. “The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority,” says Blanchard.
Would I Follow Me analyzes the leadership styles of managers who inspire employees to do their very best and those who fail to follow their lead. In this pragmatic corporate training video, it becomes obvious that one style is superior over another. Yet, for most managers they are unable to see that their ability to get others to follow is inherent to skills they need to adopt in this program. Would I Follow Me is one of the rare programs seen that gives a step by step on how to tweak managers leading style to gain maximum potential.
Carlton’s Training Solutions’ clients have found the Whale Done and Would I Follow Me training videos crucial in management and leadership training. The behavioral changes act as a catalyst in the changes that can be seen instantaneously. Behavioral modification seems like a strong term for business management. But it is proving to be effective. The Whale Done and Would I Follow me programs have now won countless awards, served Carlton’s Training Solutions clients and made lasting change in organizations around the world.
About Carlton’s Training Solutions
Carlton’s Training Solutions consults financial institutions, Government, Healthcare and Fortune 500 companies in the areas of management training, harassment training, sexual harassment training, generational issues, diversity training and many other subjects. Carlton’s employs the power of great leaders of business such as Ken Blanchard, Tom Peters, Stephen Covey, Lou Holtz, Ben Zander, Catherine Crier, Dewitt Jones, Morris Massey, Bob Farrell, John Cleese, and Joel Barker. To view other topics of training or learn more about Carlton’s Training click on their website at http://carltonstraining.com