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Leadership, Coaching and Performance Improvement: How the Pieces Fit Together
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Leadership, Coaching and Performance Improvement: How the Pieces Fit Together

We have examples in daily and professional life that effective leadership positively correlates to improved organizational performance and results; we have many more negative examples for ineffective leadership

8/27/2020
When: 27 August 2020
11am to 1pm Central Time
Where: Virtual
United States
Contact: ISPI Texas


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Agenda

- Texas IPSI event August 27, 2020

- Socialize with Texas ISPI members from 11:00 – 11;30

- Presentation by John Lazar from 11:30 – 12:30

- Any following questions and discussion from 12:30 – 1:00

 

About the Presentation

We have examples in daily and professional life that effective leadership positively correlates to improved organizational performance and results; we have many more negative examples for ineffective leadership. Leadership effectiveness diminishes further when life is complex and uncertain.

Leaders, regardless of level, need to be developed for these times. Coaching is one of the most effective means to deliver improved performance and related business results. How does that happen?

We will discuss and illustrate how using a leadership development assessment tool, in this case, the Leadership Circle Profile (LCP), can help identify and prioritize areas for greatest, high-leverage, professional growth. Development plans drafted and well executed track progress and results through process and output measures. ROI studies, when conducted, can demonstrate the value received for the developmental investments made. See how it all fits together with a case study example, get a job aid for documenting the business logic of any performance improvement effort and relevant resources.


Learning objectives

 Participants will be able to:

  • State the connection between business results, team results and behavioral changes
  • Recognize the difference between reactive tendencies and creative competencies
  • Describe the rationale and necessity of developing leaders to a sufficient collective leadership level of complexity of mind

 

Tools/applications

Leadership Circle Profile schema, Business Impact Tool

 

Presenter Bio

John is founder and CEO of the leadership/executive coaching and performance consulting company, John B. Lazar & Associates, now in its 25th year of operation.John has been an NSPI/ISPI member since 1981, presented at five of the last six ISPI international conferences, the last five ISPI EMEA conferences and is in his second term as a current ISPI board member.

He coaches/consults to companies about leadership and management practices, communications, organizational change and performance improvement. A Master Certified Coach, John works with leaders and teams, shifting mindsets, developing accountable practices and improving results. He has presented at more than 100 national and international events. He is a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan.


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