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Uncovering Leadership Blind Spots: Discovering the Pathway to Motivating Your Employees

Leaders at the senior level strive to create a culture of engagement, while leaders on the front line need to motivate employees daily to drive results. Regardless of level, most leaders "think" they’re demonstrating the qualities of an effective leader, but the findings from a new study indicate otherwise.

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Through a global employee study, Dale Carnegie identified specific areas where leaders are falling short – we call these “leadership blind spots”. Join us for this workshop briefing, as we identify the leadership attributes that are critical to organizational performance and find out what your leaders may be missing.

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Vad du kommer att lära dig

1) Identify which leadership trends from our research may be impacting your organization 2) Learn how your leaders can drive employee retention and satisfaction 3) Uncover common leadership blind spots that may be undermining your corporate culture 4) Start to identify your organization’s leadership performance gaps

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Varför du behöver lära dig det

Dale Carnegie research found that only 17% of employees are satisfied in their job and 45% of employees are planning on leaving their job in the next 12 months.

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Hur det kommer att hjälpa dig

Uncovering Leadership Blind Spots: Discovering the Pathway to Motivating Your Employees will help you identify key steps your organization can take to reduce turnover and increase productivity.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie