What Got You Here, Won't Get You There
You've been successful up until now, but can you redefine yourself for continued success in the future? Developed based on Marshall Goldsmith's bestselling book.
Is something robbing you of your future success? Your talents, skills, and accomplishments got you where you are today. But some of these behaviors could actually be holding you back now, and in ways you don't expect. Even if your goals have stayed the same, the world of business hasn't. Will you still be able to accomplish what you want in the future? With the fierce competition for jobs, will decision-makers continue to see you as the best person for the evolving responsibilities of the job you're doing today?
In this course, based on Marshall Goldsmith's international bestseller What Got You Here Won't Get You There, you'll gain skills, insights, and practical techniques to help you pinpoint key factors that may keep you from getting your next job, or even hanging on to this one. You'll experience Feedforward©, Marshall's proprietary tool to get the specific, objective look at yourself you may not be getting from the people around you, and receive balanced feedback to help you change counterproductive habits. You'll also develop an action plan to help you achieve both your professional and personal goals-while still maintaining your own unique style.
What You'll Learn
- Why you may need to change the way you approach things to accelerate your success
- Twenty habits that hold leaders back from attaining the success and satisfaction they want
- Assess the use of the twenty habits in your personal leadership style
- Importance of interpersonal skills in leadership
- Use the Feedforward process to get objective feedback from fellow seminar attendees guided by our expert faculty
- Create a developmental action plan that involves your peers and includes a plan for ongoing follow-up
Who Needs to Attend
Middle and senior managers who want to preemptively fix behaviors before they hold them back
There are no prerequisites for this course.
There are no follow-ons for this course.
1. Being Responsible for Your Own Success and Changing Your Leadership Behaviors
- Reflecting on personal motivation in self-examination and professional growth
- Behaviors that contribute to your success in your career
- Recognizing when responsibility is inside or outside your control
- External factors and how to leverage them in your achievements
2. Identifying Obstacles to Achieving the Next Level of Leadership Development
- Recognizing how the workplace has changed and the implications for success as a leader
- Importance of interpersonal skills in a leader's success
- Your own beliefs and past success can be a barrier to advancement
3. Assessing and Addressing Your Personal Usage of the 20 Habits
- Most frequently used habits and the impact they can have onyour interpersonal effectiveness
- Collecting ideas, approaches, or techniques from others that support your development
- Seven methods that will increase your effectiveness as a leader
- Principles and process of Feedforward and how it can contribute to your success as a leader
- Developing the skills and techniques to effectively apologize
- Building a group for ongoing support after the workshop
4. Building a Personal Action Plan Using Insights, Tools, and Techniques
- Selecting one interpersonal behavior (habit) that you're committed to changing
- Implementing the process of Feedforward to collect ideas for making the change
- Developing an action plan that includes at least one action you received in the Feedforward process
5. Practice skills: Getting Ongoing Follow-up and Support
- Creating your personal advertising campaign to ensure that people know what you are working on
- Learning and practicing the value of thanking people for their efforts and input
- Value of follow-through and obstacles that prevent us fromfollowing up with people
- Developing a plan for ongoing support and writing a learning contract
- Developing a plan for creating a support team back at work