Audience: Front-Line Leaders, Team Leaders
Outcome: Participants learn and explore the value in setting a strong personal example for their team members to follow. Learners gain an understanding of how what they do overrides what they say and how they can be respected as a courageous and thoughtful leader by setting strong examples.
Welcome/Introductions • Brief introduction of facilitator, assistant and participants. • Facilitator will introduce the learning topic and gather initial thoughts, experiences and perceptions around the topic. • Facilitator will briefly review the agenda and workshop ground rules.
FUN! • Ice breaker challenge to gently infuse some fun and to set the tone for a high engaging, interactive session.
Key Topic Discussion (Interactive Lecture)
• The “Do as I say, Not as I do” philosophy • How your example can build or destroy morale • Why your actions Matter • Taking Responsibility • Acknowledging Failure
Interactive Learning Exercise #1
Exercise #1 will provide participants with an opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned through a worksheet exercise and demonstration.
Key Topic Discussion Continued (Interactive Lecture)
• Being Courageous • Creating Solutions • Don’t be afraid to get dirty • Model! Encourage! Support!
Interactive Learning Exercise #2
Exercise #2 will challenge participants to tie it all together through practical demonstration.
Review key learning points, develop individual action plans for next steps
Question & Answer
Leading by Example Workshop
Recommended Audience: Front-line Leaders, Team Leaders