Good to Great Management

Why Attend

What really distinguishes a good organization from a great one is its performance in tough times. Great organizations maintain a growth pattern even when the economy is down, competition is fierce, and the market is slow. Studies of great and not-so-great organizations have allowed us to identify the attributes of the great ones. These attributes revolve mainly around leadership, organizational culture, strategic choices, adaptability, and people attitude. Join us in this truth-revealing workshop to be able to lead your organization along the path of greatness.

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Course Objectives

  • Assess the attributes of greatness within organizations
  • Balance strategic choices with people choices
  • Face any unpleasant organizational fact with faith of success
  • Promote a culture of discipline within the organization

Target Audience

Senior managers
Middle managers
Section heads
  • Introduction
    • The indicators of a great company
    • The greatness principles
    • The transformation from good to great - a bamboo syndrome
  • Leadership in great companies
    • Level 5 leadership pyramid
    • Humility - the X factor of great leadership
    • The will beyond your will
    • Difference between Level 4 and Level 5 Leaders
    • Some of the best CEOs of the world
    • Assessing your organization's leadership
  • Strategic choices and people choices
    • Hiring only the right people
    • The cost of bad hires
    • The clean-up: how to deal with not-so-great employees
    • The character and abilities of the 'right' people
    • Hiring for a cultural fit
  • Truthful leadership
    • The courage to face bad news
    • A culture of integrity and transparency
    • To whom you should listen and where you should seek information
    • The faith vs. facts paradox
    • Demotivating the right people
  • A Culture of Discipline
    • The definition of organizational discipline
    • Balancing discipline with intrapreneurship spirit
    • The good-to-great matrix of organizational discipline
    • The disciplined freedom - developing a 'stop doing' list

This course has not been scheduled, however you can request for In-House training