LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS

The true meaning of leadership is influence…nothing more, and nothing less.


If you as a leader cannot determine how to influence the people around you, it is not likely that you will be able to lead anybody.


Leadership is often misunderstood by the very people who have found themselves in leadership positions. When people hear that someone has an impressive title or an assigned leadership position, they can assume that the person is a leader. Sometimes this is true, but the fact is, that titles may not have much value when it comes to actually leading. 


The “Peter Principle” may come into play. The principle describes the likelihood that a person will rise to his or her level of incompetence and become incapable of carrying out his or her new duties.


Johnson, Penn & Shaw teaches the five primary myths and misconceptions that people embrace about leaders and leadership. The five common ones are:


1) THE MANAGEMENT MYTH; 

2) THE ENTREPRENEUR MYTH; 

3) THE KNOWLEDGE MYTH; 

4) THE PIONEER MYTH;  

5) THE POSITION MYTH.


Learn how these principles can improve the quality of you organization or municipality. 


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