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Give Attention Today!

As a leader, your magic word is together. You ensure that the group of people you stand in front of achieves excellent performance. So the golden question is: how do I motivate people to deliver the excellent performance I want to see. And the answer is actually so simple: give them sincere attention, attention and more attention.

Here’s what you will learn:

  1. Purpose-driven organizations generally perform better. So how do you determine why an organization exists?
  2. How that fits in with the person you are.
  3. What psychological safety is and why it is important.
  4. A general view on performance feedback.
  5. What Corporate Social Responsibility is and why it is important.
  6. How your attention enhances everyone’s well-being. Also yours!

Here’s what you’ll learn

Why do you exist?

Attention starts with knowing what you want to focus your attention on, how you are going to do it and why. Why does your organization exist, what is its message to the world? What about you? What about your team or department? And the people for whom you want to be an excellent leader?

Attention for people

Attention for people ensures that your team member feels safe, feels heard and is allowed to be there. It gives them space to make critical comments and contribute to a better outcome from their expertise and talents.

Attention for performance

Paying attention to performance ensures that your team member not only knows that they are meeting expectations. It also ensures effectiveness. It ensures that everyone is doing what they were hired to do. And it supports people in their need for mastery.

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Paying attention to what it takes to excel

Attention for what is needed concerns your role as facilitator, the one who creates the collaborative environment in which it all can happen. And leads to sustainability. Or do you want to last as long as a mayfly?

Course Lessons

Introduction course 2

What do you want as a leader? To score, right? You want your organization, unit, department, team, whatever to succeed. Achieve results! Excel! That the team under your leadership is the best team in the organization. When this succeeds, it is a kick, you have achieved what you want to achieve as a leader. And you also know right away that you cannot do this on your own. After all, you are a leader, not a lone wolf! And your magic word is together. As a leader, you ensure that the group of people you stand in front of achieves that performance. So the golden question is: how do I motivate people to deliver the excellent performance I want to see. And the answer is actually so simple: give them sincere attention, attention and more attention.

Lessons

Introduction to course 2

2.1. Why do you exist?

Attention starts with knowing what you want to focus your attention on, how you are going to do it and why. Why does your organization exist, what is its message to the world? What about you? What about your team or department? And the people for whom you want to be an excellent leader?

Lessons

What does a leader do? Introduction to module 2.1 Watch Simon Sinek's TedTalk Read Section 2.1 Your Why The Why of your organization The Why of your team or department Evaluation 2.1

2.2. Attention for people

Attention for people ensures that your team member feels safe, feels heard and is allowed to be there. It gives them space to make critical comments and contribute to a better outcome from their expertise and talents.

Lessons

Introduction to module 2.2 Read Section 2.2 Attention for people – Simon Sinek Ten questions Psychological safety Ten questions – part 2 A second small exercise! Evaluation 2.2

2.3. Attention for performance

Paying attention to performance ensures that your team member not only knows that they are meeting expectations. It also ensures effectiveness. It ensures that everyone is doing what they were hired to do. And it supports people in their need for mastery.

Lessons

Introduction to module 2.3 Read Section 2.3 Excellent Leadership is about growth Peer feedback Watch Joe Folkman Mastery and performance Evaluation 2.3

2.4. Paying attention to what it takes to excel

Attention for what is needed concerns your role as facilitator, the one who creates the collaborative environment in which it all can happen. And leads to sustainability. Or do you want to last as long as a mayfly?

Lessons

Introduction 2.4 Read Section 2.4 Retaining valuable employees Corporate Social Responsibility What does this mean for you? Evaluation 2.4