Empowering Situational Leaders™
Enhance leadership effectiveness and overall team performance by enabling leaders to cultivate their personal and position power bases.
Empowering Situational LeadersTM is a practice-rich workshop that empowers your leaders to challenge any preconceived notions that “power” connotes something negative and discover its practical application and significance in the influence process.
Participants explore the research that validates the relevance of power in the workplace and the connection between effective leadership and the key three power bases: Legitimate, Referent and Expert power. A comprehensive video-based case study provides the context for interactive skill building and peer coaching activities designed to help participants build and leverage their own power bases and become more effective leaders.
Experience the Benefits of Empowering Situational LeadersTM
- Validates the relevance of seven power bases in modern organizations within the context of the history of power
- Provides immediate actionable strategies for increasing the three primary bases of power that are most critical for leaders to effectively influence others
- Utilizes the Power Perception Profile assessment as a tool for self-improvement through an analysis of self and multirater feedback
- Challenges participants to develop action-oriented strategies they can implement to enhance their influence potential and drive behavior change
Power: A Positive Driver of Influence
Marshall Goldsmith: Situational Leadership® and Power
Dr. Sam Shriver, Executive Vice President of The Center for Leadership Studies, interviews world-renowned business educator and executive coach, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith. View this excerpt as the two discuss the perception of power in the workplace and how to build the key three power bases: Legitimate, Referent and Expert.
Influence in Leadership Development: Bases of Power in Modern Organizations
The power to shape behavior through influence is a crucial ability for leaders in organizations. But how is influence in leadership currently being developed and utilized in organizations?
This white paper summarizes the results of an investigation by The Center for Leadership Studies and Training Industry, Inc., revealing the importance of offering training on influencing behavior, the biggest challenges to leadership development and the most important bases of power to managing employees.
Influenced by Others: Bases of Power Across Employee Generations
Although training to help leaders influence work behavior is an area of significant investment for many organizations, the ability of both managers and coworkers to influence employee behavior may not manifest the same way across generations.
This white paper summarizes the results of an investigation by The Center for Leadership Studies and Training Industry, Inc., revealing how employees of all generations react to their leaders, peers and employers.