5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask
Engaging Your Team to Achieve Any Goal
- 5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask - Main Show
- 5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask - AJ Hiltenbrand
- 5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask - John van Sky
- 5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask - Ed Tate
- 5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask - Lonnie Sproat
- 5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask - Patty Hunsicker
DVD of the main program plus bonus interviews with the featured leaders adding additional insights and sharing industry-specific stories, Leader's Guide, CD-ROM with PowerPoint Presentation and printable Participant Worksheets, 1 copy of the book Leadership Made Simple (with purchase only) & 10 Reminder Cards
(Program length: 27 minutes)
Today's leaders face tremendous pressure to solve problems, achieve goals, manage change and improve productivity. But leadership doesn't have to be so stressful. This program illustrates how solutions can easily present themselves when leaders ask team members the right questions and trust that "the answers are in the room."
Based on the book, Leadership Made Simple, by Ed Oakley and Doug Krug the program introduces a proven process called The Framework for Leadership™, consisting of 5 questions, which, when asked in a specific order, enable leaders to engage their team in finding and implementing effective solutions.
The video program, hosted by Ed Oakley, teaches viewers the 5 questions and shows how real-world organizations have applied the framework to common, yet critical, workplace problems. Within the workshop, participants experience the versatility of the Framework as they complete exercises where the 5 questions are modified to suit specific situations or challenges. A follow-up "mini-framework" is taught for when the group needs to check in on their progress.
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Key Learning Points
- Ideas, answers and solutions are drawn from the people closest to the work.
- Conflicts are resolved and group dynamics are redirected in a positive way.
- Employees become critical thinkers and develop a sense of buy-in to the group's action plan.
- New initiatives and solutions are successfully implemented.