Leadership is the foundation of building a best in class culture. Leadership, both senior leaders and direct managers, directly influence how your employees feel about the organization. But often employees are promoted to leadership levels because they are good at their jobs, not because they have great leadership skills. And when they become leaders, they focus on continuing to do that great work themselves, rather than inspire their team to innovate and find success.
How do you move your leaders into a true leadership role, where they become influencers instead of doers of great work? Where they rally their employees towards a common purpose, develop their teams, and celebrate and appreciate the achievements of their people? How do you encourage your leaders to leverage the power of appreciation to inspire their teams?
Join Gary Beckstrand, Vice President of the O.C. Tanner Institute, as he shares the latest research and strategies around leadership development.
During the webinar, you’ll:
• Hear stories of how leaders can successfully identify talent and develop their teams
• See the latest research on how leadership can leverage employee recognition to help build great workplace cultures
• Learn recognition best practices that your leaders can adopt
• Get tips and tools for easy ways to encourage managers to recognize and keep appreciation top of mind
*Webinar attendees will be entered into a random drawing to receive one of 3 copies of the Appreciate book and free code to the Appreciate app
Gary Beckstrand is the Vice President of the O.C. Tanner Institute. With nearly 30 years of research, marketing, and business development experience, Gary has seen what works (and what doesn’t) in thousands of top companies all around the world. Gary is a co-author of the newly released book Appreciate: Celebrating People, Inspiring Greatness. Prior to joining O.C. Tanner, Gary managed many well-known brands for global organizations, including Frito-Lay, Kellogg's, and Franklin Covey. He holds a bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University and a master's degree in business from Northwestern University.
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