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Copy of Copy of Next Phase Leadership
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using tried and tested methods and skills.
Congratulations, you have just increased your contribution value to APC by as much as 200% ... now help others climb.
The Phases of Performance and Contribution
Making the Transition to Higher and Higher Contribution Climbing from Phase 2 to Phase 3
The Transition to Phase 3 is a hard, steep climb, but Next Phase Leadership will show you the way!
Behavior…what you do
The impact, and comparative value of your “business results”
“Effective leaders focus on
. They look up from their work and outward toward goals and ask: What can I do that will significantly affect the performance and the results of the institution I serve?”
So, here's what's in it for you!
Learning the Ropes
Leading Through Others
New to the Role
Willingness to Learn
Dependent on Others
Steep Additive Learning Curve
Narrow Focused Perspective
Deep Technical Expertise
Independent Team Player
Deliver Technical Solutions
Development is Additive
Sees/Leads Business Growth
Broad Technical Understanding
Broad Business Perspective
Leverages Networks for Results
AFTERCARE for previous participants!
Preview APC's MANAGER DEVELOPMENT
WE WILL NOT
Place the success of others above our own
Exhibit personal humility and professional courage
Rely on power and authority
Take individual credit for team success
Blame individuals for bad team decisions
The road to success