LWI Disciplines of Leadership – look for the leader within!

The LWI Disciplines of Leadership course provides the EIGHT DISCIPLINES required of the successful leader. It will cause you to pause and reflect on your capability as a leader. Importantly it will help you discover the gap between the Leader Who Inspires and your current leadership performance. These disciplines provide a behaviour framework in which to exercise significant influence.

In applying these disciplines you can expect to transition quickly to a person of exemplary conduct and inspires others to go to places that they had not thought possible.

CATEGORY: Leadership

DATE: On demand, self-paced, 12 months access to the learning platform

TYPE: On line course

Introduction to LWI Disciplines of Leadership

About the Course:

This Course contains the essential eight disciplines of effective leadership.  The Leader Who Inspires is that person that takes responsibility for the tone of the work environment, has an air of humility yet is fiercely determined about the enterprise’s success, knows the value of authenticity, looks for the opportunity hidden in constraints and contradictions, understands that the workplace operates on more than one level, appreciates that the leader’s support is priceless, places great value on consultation and speaks using clear, simple language and finally understands the limitations of consensus.

These leadership disciplines are supported by research into how organisations behave and what it takes to bring about successful change.

Who should attend?

Motivated upwardly mobile individuals who want to make a profound difference in life.

Key teams members who want the next level of performance.

Managers who want to focus more on leading.

Enterprises wanting to provide its people with advancement.

Learning outcomes:

Aware.  An awareness of the disciplines required of the leader who inspires.

Assess.  Gather evidence of the gap in the LWI disciplines between current leadership performance and that of the leader who inspires.

Action. Create an action plan address each LWI discipline to transition from the ‘now’ to the ‘what is actually possible’.

CONTENT

Introduction to LWI Disciplines

Discipline 1 – Responsibility is yours!

Discipline 2 – Determine the type of leader you want to become

Discipline 3 – Be authentic

Discipline 4 – Advocate for success

Discipline 5 – Consult widely and speak plainly

Discipline 6 – Relationships are key to your success

Discipline 7 – See opportunity in constraint and contradiction

Discipline 8 – Don’t be a slave to consensus

LEARNING AIDS:

Video introduction

Workbook

Case study

Adult learning cycle

Self-assessment

Cultural (enterprise) assessment

Take Action! plan

LWI is a self- paced, online program designed to fit in with your schedule.

Start: anytime with 12 months access from date of purchase

Dan Jackson is the founder and head coach for LWI and the author of “The Leader Who Inspires”.

Dan has drawn from grounded research and his experience to put together practical disciplines and principles for people to be highly effective leaders.  For nearly two decades he has observed leadership across all levels in private and public enterprises. He has witnessed the efforts of many leaders firsthand during that time; some have been triumphant while others have made massive botches particularly in the context of strategy and transformation.  This is what has driven him to look at practical ways to grow in people the ability to lead and profoundly influence others.

A naval officer in earlier days, Dan has since consulted in strategy, business improvement, project governance and leadership. His teaching career includes Melbourne Business School (strategic business improvement in the context of entrepreneurial leadership) and Australian Graduate School of Management (statistics and operations management for the Executive MBA program). Dan has a Masters is in Project Management (systems dynamics).

LWI represents the marriage of grounded research and a lifetime of experience and observation.