Leaders Eat Last: The Characteristics of Great Leaders

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Overview

2.0 Credits
ONLINE

If a great leader is someone we are willing to sacrifice for – what do those leaders do that makes us want to do more? Many of us work in dysfunctional organizations that want followers, but have no leaders that lead. What makes a leader effective? True leaders sacrifice, they are trustworthy and they empathize. We discuss the steps to take so you can become a true leader: including, integrity, humility, communication, self-control and self-awareness. With diligence, you can become a better leader and we will discuss how.  

Objectives

* Learn why great leaders put other's before themselves

Major Topics

*What does "Leaders Eat Last" mean

*Understand human nature and how we work together or not

*Leadership skills can be taught

*True leaders care

*The need for trust

*Practical lessons from gifted leaders

*Steps to become a better leader

Designed For

Corporate financial managers, business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals who advise them, including; CFOs, Controllers, Corporate Financial Managers, Directors, Managers, and CPAs.

Prerequisite

Some management experience helpful

Advanced Preparation

None