There are many facets and many styles of leadership. Within that dynamic, there are certain core classifications of what help define a comprehensive leader.
At Kairos management solutions, our system helps individuals and teams identify strengths and boundaries within those fundamental groupings.
Defining personal ethics, establishing trust, honoring commitments, and being accountable
Integrity in many ways is the foundation to all-inclusive leadership.
Those who report to you will be looking closely at how you conduct yourself. It is important you hold yourself to the highest ethical standards. Stiffening against any doubts is our way to help positively harden your ethics.
Connecting with subordinates, motivation, gaining insights, and managing conflict are elements of good team building.
You will exert considerable influence over the team you manage. Your approach and behavior can build or demolish the chemistry of a work group. Understanding your skills to connect with subordinates, motivate, gain insights, and manage conflict are some of the ways we team up with you to shape your team.
Building trust, relating personally, listening well, and showing patience.
To show empathy means a leader must invest in getting to know their team, not as acquaintances, but at a deeper level of relationship. We assist leaders find the balance between deeper relationships and maintaining the mantle of authority
Harder to quantify and directly measure, a visionary leader displays qualities that allow them to anticipate and to innovate within the business environment.
Looking at risk/benefit analysis, planning and executing strategies, and creating new ideas; Kairos appraises your visionary level and helps you integrate inventive philosophies into your culture.
Every leader motivates others by their actions. That motivation can be an inspiration and provide enthusiasm, or that motivation can be a disincentive force that leads to apathy.
We will come alongside and unwrap optimism, diplomacy, communication, and inspiration as tools of encouragement.
A leader is faced with an additional burden because the way they manage their time affects those around them. Without a solid understanding of those demands, events will shape where a leader spends their time instead of determining the right time to allocate for important occasions.
Increasing motivation, eliminating procrastination, reducing distractions, managing interruptions, and knowing when to say no.
The definition of a focused leader can be very broad. Elements do include both internal (self) and external (team). Knowing where inner attention and improvement can be applied will assist a leader allocate the correct time to strategic versus tactical activities.
Review the details of the TMA, RTA, LAT and SPAP. Find which of the assessments fits the current status of your life today.
Do you need more information? Schedule a consultation. Dave will walk you through the process and recommend options for individual and group programs.
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