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Leaders Eat Last: The Characteristics of Great Leaders - 5925
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In Simon Sinek’s book, “Leaders Eat Last’, the author uses the US Marines Corps as a leadership example because when the Marines eat a meal, the officers literally eat last. The lower ranking Marines eat their meals first. What else distinguishes real leaders? Leaders show respect, they lead, are trustworthy, take responsibility upon themselves, etc. We will discuss a game plan of how to become a more effective leader with vivid examples.

9/23/2016
When: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Webinar/Webcast
United States
Contact: April Deneault

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Acronym ELELC1
CPE 2 hours
Category
Management
Level Intermediate
Vendor Executive Education, Inc.
Who should attend Corporate management at all levels including CEOs, CFOs, Controllers, Board members, business  advisors, and consultants.
Prerequisite
Some management experience
Fees: Early Bird
Standard
Member N/A
$79
Non-Member: N/A
$79

Description: 

Just because someone is in a leadership role, does not mean they are a capable leader. What distinguishes a great leader? Great leaders are unselfish and  genuinely care for their team.  


In Simon Sinek’s book, “Leaders Eat Last’, the author uses the US Marines Corps as a leadership example because when the Marines eat a meal, the officers literally eat last. The lower ranking Marines eat their meals first. What else distinguishes real leaders?  Leaders show respect, they lead, are trustworthy, take responsibility upon themselves, etc. We will discuss a game plan of how to become a more effective leader with vivid examples. Great leaders empathize. Great teams trust each other, and the Marines trust each other with their lives – would you want your team to be so cohesive that they trust each other with their lives? Great leaders put the needs of the team above their personal needs, and the teams respond.

 
Sinek says, “Everything about being a leader is like being a parent. It is about committing to the well-being of those in our care and having a willingness to make sacrifices to see their interests advanced so that they may carry our banner long after we are gone.”



Specific topics include:

  • The attributes of effective, ethical leaders.
  • The elements of successful teams.

Objectives:

  • Understand the attributes of effective leadership and teamwork.

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