Leadership Competencies

The Leadership Competencies Model

The future of your organization will be determined by its leaders.  Leaders find the strategy and measure themselves on how well they achieved the desired results. Leaders need to communicate clearly, lead compassionately, and make decisions wisely.  To create leadership excellence in your organization you need to address the four aspects of The Leadership Competency Model:

      • Business skills
      • People skills
      • Leadership skills
      • Self-mastery

The Leadership Competency Model was developed by Enneagram in Business expert Ginger Lapid-Bodga and published in her book, What Type of Leader Are You? It has been proven effective with leaders from the best organizations in the world.  Here is a brief description of each competency.

Business Skills

Drive for Results – learn to set overall direction and goals, create workable plans, assign tasks, measure and reward high performance, provide stewardship, evaluate results and implement lessons learned.

Know the Business; Think and Act Strategically – includes three main components – the business environment, organization, and thinking and acting strategically – along with many sub-components.

People Skills

Become an Excellent Communicator – create genuine relationships, communicate clearly, listen fully, give effective feedback, manage conflict constructively and influence others.

Lead High Performing Teams – learn the elements of team leadership, team vision, team talent, designing team architecture, processes, culture, and assuring quality products and services.

Leadership Skills

Make Optimal Decisions – find out how to consider  culture, authority structures, context, three centers of intelligence and integrating these for better decision-making.

Take Charge of Change – deal with demand for change, vision, planning and process, reducing resistance, and anchoring the change.

Self Mastery

Strive for Self-Mastery – discover how to demonstrate self-awareness, respond to feedback, be self-responsible and self-motivating, practice self-management and emotional maturity, and maintain integrity for life-long learning.

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