Leadership: Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results — A 3-Day Course

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Course Synopsis

Please note that this course has been retired and is no longer available. Please see the Management and Leadership page for courses currently available in this subject area.

Organisations become 'great' with exceptional leadership. This means developing leaders who can connect the efforts of their teams to the critical objectives of their organisation, who can tap into the full potential of each individual, who can clarify purposes and align systems and who can inspire trust, are vital.

FranklinCovey's powerful new leadership process provides middle to senior level managers with the mind-set, the skill-set and the tool-set they need to achieve the organisation's highest priorities. Building on the work of thought leaders including Jack Welch, Stephen Covey, Ram Charan and Fred Reichheld.

Participants gain a vision of what it means to be a great leader and a renewed desire to get there; a new paradigm for leading in the knowledge worker age, a powerful framework for solving leadership problems, practical skills and tools to use immediately and a specific process and action plan to make a real difference.

Course Objectives

Participants will leave the programme with a new mind-set, skill-set and tool-set, enabling them to build trust, align systems and lead teams who will give their highest contribution to the organisation's key priorities.


Participants need to be in middle to senior level leadership position.


This course has been retired and is no longer available.

Outline Course Contents

The whole-person paradigm

Building trust and influence with others

Defining a team's purpose and the 'job to be done'

Creating a strategic link between the work of the team and the organisation's key goals and its economic model

Aligning the systems that drive success: talent, execution, core work processes and customer feedback

Helping team members to discover their 'voice'

Win-Win performance agreements and accountability

Clearing the path: breaking down the barriers to success