|Course Title:||Leadership Skills for Managers, Fourth Edition|
|Author:||Charles M. Cadwell|
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About This Course
Todays leaders face many challenges in achieving their goals. Rapid changes in technology, a more diverse workforce, changes in government regulations, worldwide competition, and the growing complexity of things in general have increased our awareness of the need for more effective leaders. Developing leaders requires having an understanding of the knowledge and skills required for effective leaders.
Leadership Skills for Managers, 4th edition, focuses on five leadership skill sets necessary to ensure individual and organization performance: providing direction, leading by example, enabling others, sharing power, and seeking a better way. In addition to the leadership skill sets, the course examines the attitudes and mindsets of effective leaders. In the final analysis, the evidence of leadership is in the performance of the people and the organizations that follow the leader. When they perform well, the leader is a success. When they dont perform well, leadership changes are almost always forthcoming.
This course provides the background, real-world examples, practical applications, and numerous exercises to help prepare aspiring leaders. The lessons learned in this course can be applied to any leadership level in an organization and in any type of organization.
Charles M. Cadwell is the president of Training Systems +, based in Mulvane, Kansas, which specializes in training system design and development. He has more than 25 years of experience in the training field. Prior to starting Training Systems + in 1986, he held positions as Director of Field Training for Pizza Hut, Inc. and Director of Training for Popingo Video, Inc.
Cadwells clients have included Fortune 500 companies as well as a number of small and medium-sized service, retail, and manufacturing businesses. In addition to developing training materials, he frequently facilitates classroom training sessions.
His first book, New Employee Orientation, was published by Crisp Publications in 1988. Since then he has written three audiocassette programs for the American Management Association on the subjects of recruiting and selection, orientation and training, and leadership skills. He has also written four issues of the Trainers Workshop for the American Management Association. His most recent books are Team Up for Success (American Media, Incorporated, 1997), First-Line Supervision, Fourth Edition (AMA, 1999), and Performance Management (AMA, 2000).