Leadership Education And Development: The Dead End of Deadline

Leadership Education And Development: The Dead End of Deadline

You’ve just received your latest assignment. Tick! You’re pressed to fully process it so that you can present it to your staff. Tick. Breaking down and delegating each part of the project is next. Tick! You’ve got to update your vice president on the status of the project. Tick! There are problems. Tick! You have to fix what’s broken. Tick!

Do you feel like there’s a digital clock tattooed on the inside of your forehead, pressing through your skull and right into your brain? If you feel like your neck is on the line and deadlines hang over your head like a guillotine, you may need the help that only a solid leadership education and development program can provide.

Panic Management

Handling time, stress, people and resources require strong management and leadership skills. Otherwise, much of your time will be spent in panic management which is a horrendous drain on your time, mental energy and other assets.


Leadership Education And Development: The Dead End of DeadlineNo doubt, the most unruly character in your life lives inside your own head, pushing you to be better than the rest and castigating you when you don’t quite measure up. Structured self-analysis through leadership education and development training may lead to healthier self-awareness. The result: you will be more realistic about what you should expect from yourself, and this may make you more sensitive and practical about your expectations from others, especially those under your command.

Expecting the Unexpected

Even with the most careful planning, the unexpected happens. Avoiding problems is good, but knowing how to respond to them is better. Brainstorming crisis scenarios is a great way to avoid problems; it’s also a smart way to develop a game plan when they happen anyway. An effective leadership education and development program will teach you how to build your team’s response to sudden changes in your project structure.

Vision Casting and Vision Management

Your company may have a dynamic mission statement, one that motivates and inspires, but, as one of the leaders of the organization, you need to communicate that vision and execute it on a daily basis. Casting the vision so that your team buys in and then managing projects with the vision as an underpinning require powerful leadership skills and insights. Taking advantage of a good leadership education and development program may equip you to be the visionary leader you were meant to be.

About The Author


Rob Jackson

Rob has been a speaker and trainer for over 20 years specializing in public speaking, personality profiles, sales training, management, and team building. As a former corporate executive, he brings a solid blend of theory and practice to help people connect and communicate. He is a member of the National Speaker’s Association and has served as President and Chairman on several Executive Leadership boards. In addition to being a Certified DiSC Trainer, Rob has logged hundreds of instructional classroom hours. Rob is one of the most requested trainers for repeat business because his engaging style of storytelling and humor captivates an audience and moves them to action.

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