Wednesday, July 24 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Grande Prairie
31 more seats available
Are you experiencing a “Can’t Do” or “Won’t Do” attitude from the people you lead in the workplace? In this complimentary workshop we look at understanding Situational Leadership and how you can adapt and regain control.
Let’s spend a couple of hours understanding how we get to a Can’t Do problem and look at how we can change a Won’t Do attitude to a win for you. We will look at the three key tools in Blanchard’s Situational Leadership 11 that can help you adapt to get the best from your staff. You will assess where you are comfortable with your leadership style, identify where some issues have started and grown into major problems. Gain an understanding of the Situational Leadership model to help you improve and perhaps remove the Can’t Do and Won’t Do problems in the workplace.
The session is for owners, managers, supervisors all those who want to be leaders of engaged and happy employees.
About your facilitator: George Emmett
Keldar Leadership Associate and Co-founder, with his wife Bernadette, and Manager of GR8 Solutions Ltd. Accredited Facilitator for the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
Specialization: George specializes in customer service and team building, working with clients to improve business focus and developing the hidden talents within their organizations.
By working with key individuals in their own business model George has helped to develop pathways for improvement. “The most crucial principle in helping others is to listen fully and understand their issues by asking questions. Find the true issue and develop a helping strategy for a win-win result”.
Before George started GR8 Solutions Ltd he held several positions starting at the core from the ground up as an apprentice in a small business then moving on to sales, then to regional sales manager later to move on to business manager-owner. Prior to starting Gr8 Solutions Ltd George spent several years as part of a corporate management team.
With every position George has had the opportunity to work with a large, diverse group of people, learning from all of them. Throughout his career he has always encouraged others to grow and accept new challenges. “I have learned that the key to success is to help those around you be the best that they can be and most of all enjoy what you do”.
George has spent the last thirty-five years in Northern Alberta, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. He was involved in the Scouting movement for over fifteen years while his children were involved and later as an adult trainer helping to ensure the movement carried on. He has been deeply involved in the local car racing club and has been instrumental in acquiring and developing their race track.