Seven Essential Leadership Strategies to Boost Employee Performance
About This On-Demand Webinar
Local governments have faced tough financial times over the past few years, working harder with fewer resources and under more stress. At the same time, government employees have been taking a beating in public opinion, with a noticeable rise in public distrust. All this takes a toll on productivity and morale.
There’s never been a greater need to encourage your employees! Bring your leadership team together for this executive-level webinar in which Randy Mayeux, along with two local government leaders, guides you through the principles of the leadership book, EncouragingtheHeart: A Leader’sGuideto Rewarding andEncouragingOthers.
This webinar shows you how to apply the practical strategies in the book to local government management, so that your leadership team can help people achieve higher goals of performance. You’ll discover how to unleash the power that lies within a very simple principle of human performance: people like to be recognized for doing their best.
Gather your entire management staff to discover how to:
Apply the seven essentials of encouraging people to perform at their best
Set clear standards, including setting goals and providing feedback
Create a culture of celebration to build community and reinforce values
Tell stories to teach, mobilize, and motivate
Avoid being known as constantly on the lookout for negatives; instead be known to constantly look for positives
This is a great opportunity to bring your senior executive staff to an in-house group leadership training session.
Note: You do not need to read the book to benefit from this webinar!
One Registration Fee Covers Your Entire Staff!
The cost of registration is $99 for SGR members or $149 for non-members. (Check this list to see if your organization is an SGR member. Or find out more about becoming an SGR member.)
After registration, you'll receive an e-mail confirmation that includes a link to access the event plus a link to access any presentation materials and handouts.
Simply share the link with your staff to view at their convenience, or bring everyone together in a conference room. (Think about adding refreshments to make the experience even more fun!)
Your staff will have unlimited access for 60 days from the date of purchase to view the on-demand webinar.
Meet Your Moderator:
Ron Holifield, CEO of SGR (Strategic Government Resources), served almost two decades in city management with six different cities. He founded SGR in 1999, and has grown the company into the largest private sector training company that specializes in leadership, management and customer service for local governments in the nation. Ron is a frequent speaker at state and national conferences and remains high profile in the city management profession.
Meet Your Presenters:
Randy Mayeux, is an independent consultant who specializes in conducting Executive Book Briefings and training on presentation skills. He is an instructor in the Business Leadership Center in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, as well as an adjunct speech professor at Eastfield College, and regularly consults with CitySquare on various strategic issues. He previously served as chair of the Chancellor’s Council at Pepperdine University, as well as chair of the Drug Abuse and Gang Task Force for the city of Long Beach, California.
George Llyeos, has been the city administrator for the City of Rock Hill, Missouri since 2005. Prior to his current position, George was city administrator in Normandy, Missouri and assistant to the city manager in Maplewood, Missouri. George is an ICMA credentialed manager and has held numerous leadership positions in associations, including president of the Missouri City Managers Association.
Robert Harrison, City Administrator for the City of Issaquah, Washington, has worked in local government for nearly two decades. He is an active ICMA member and has held various association leadership positions, including past president of the Ohio City/County Managers Association.
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