Jun 1, 2021
Is it possible to go from feeling like a babysitter to a leader in 30 days?
Many lawyers and small entrepreneurs struggle with leadership. Being good at the technical aspects of their work does not guarantee they have the experience or skills to lead and develop their teams. Training and coaching are necessary to develop these skills.
Brad Dude is here sharing his insight and experience from spending the past forty years in the field of international development, training, and consulting.
Many of the law firms we work with experienced tremendous growth during the pandemic. Growth brings new challenges for leading employees virtually because anytime that the attorney is spending "managing" or doing administrative tasks is taking away from the business's bottom line.
Brad explains how our natural temperament impacts our interactions and shares his basic model for categorizing these temperaments.
Did you know there is also an organizational temperament?
Brad has a free tool to help you determine your temperament. You can download it at https://braddude.com/
What You Will Learn
6:28 Why leaders micromanage
10:05 The primary skill leaders need to develop
14:30 The basic types of temperaments
25:59 Why you need to identify if an employee has a skill issue or an attitude issue
32:06 The 3 types of leadership power
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