The most widely used leadership model in the world.
Many organizations struggle to find solutions that increase productivity and results in their organization. Situational Leadership® II (SLII®) is a proven, time-tested leadership model that has been used to train over 5 million managers in the world’s most respected organizations. Giving your people what they need, when they need it accelerates their development—creating a more productive, passionate workplace.
The success of your company’s strategic initiatives depends on the commitment and proactive behavior of those on the front line, the individual contributors who are responsible for executing and making it happen. When you arm individual contributors with the self leadership skillset and mindset, you build a healthy and empowered workforce that is accountable, innovative, and productive.
Optimal Motivation® makes the bold claim that motivation is a skill that can be taught, learned, nurtured, and sustained. Individuals can be taught how to choose a high-quality motivational experience at any time and for any task. Leaders learn that their role is to help employees make a shift toward an optimal motivational outlook.
Product Owner course covers the Scrum basics, such as the framework, theory of Scrum, roles, events, and artifacts. The course also covers the more advanced themes regarding to Product Owner’s role, such as how to optimize value, manage backlog, do release planning.
Scrum Master course covers the Scrum basics, such as the framework, theory of Scrum, roles, events, and artifacts. The course also covers the more advanced themes, such as how to optimize value, productivity, and total costs.
First-time managers who receive the necessary tools, skills, and training, right from the start, are set up to become effective leaders who can foster engaged, productive direct reports and drive greater results for your organization.
Coaching is the single most important managerial skill that separates a highly effective manager from the rest. The problem is, most managers don’t understand how critical coaching is for the development, growth, and performance of their people. Because they don’t know how to use coaching in their leadership style, their employees stay stuck on projects, becoming discouraged and demotivated.