The Evolution of Leadership
Some believe that if you are charismatic you possess the qualities of a good leader. Others believe leadership stems from learned behavior to persuade one into following their vision. The proven theory of successful leadership indicates it is “an identifiable set of skills and abilities that are available to all” (Kouzes & Posner, 2007).
The presenter at this session believes a good leader builds relationships and ultimately creates paradigms towards excellence by meeting and exceeding projected goals and objectives. A good leader knows his or her audience and builds teams in a collaborative manner, to stimulate an environment that is conducive to inspiration and motivates all to understand the mission in direct alignment with the vision of the departmental goals.
This presentation demonstrates the five most effective methodologies of identifiable skillsets and abilities for successful leadership to implement towards promoting change. The presenter will review and discuss the following proven techniques: leading by example; sharing the vision; challenging the process; fostering collaboration to build trust and celebrating values and victories.
This presentation demonstrates the 5 most effective methodologies of identifiable skillsets and abilities for successful leadership to implement towards promoting change. We will review and discuss the following proven techniques; leading by example, sharing the vision, challenging the process, fostering collaboration to build trust and celebrating values and victories.
Attendees of this session will learn about:
• Leading by example – modeling the behavior one expects in others.
• Sharing the vision – painting the picture of “what the goal looks like.”
• Challenging the process – being innovative to develop growth and inspiration.
• Fostering collaboration to build trust.
• Celebrating values and victories.
Monica Lawson, RHIA, CRC, CPC, CPC-I
Education, Care Coding Training Center Fayetteville, GA