When you view change—especially the disruptive kind—through the eyes of Situational Leadership®, what you see is regression. Employees operating at moderate to high levels of Performance Readiness® for most of the tasks that constitute their contribution “move to the right.” Read this new blog post to see why this is precisely the time to focus on leader development.
How to Bring Your Leadership Training Strategy to Life
A sound leadership training strategy can be the difference between lackluster courses with disappointing results and improved job performance that drives organizational success. Developing relevant, engaging training programs that align closely with business goals is crucial for lasting performance sustainment. Download this infographic for insights on how to breathe new life into your leadership training strategy and watch business results soar.
For whatever reason, when we find ourselves at R1 for a task, we frequently do our best to keep that a secret (especially when we lack trust in our leaders). Read this blog post to learn the truth about R1 and some steps you can take to own your readiness and take charge of your development.
Most of us want to do what we do at a high level, and the “not just yet” of R2 for several tasks can be frustrating. Read this blog post to learn how you develop from R2 to R3 for specific tasks, prevent slipping from R2 to R1, and ask your leader(s) for the direction and support you need.