Bell Launches Fully Updated and Expanded Leader’s Job Survey 2.0

This sophisticated, 360-degree leadership assessment is built on over 40 years of rigorous research on the best, most effective leaders.

What is a leader’s job? It is to elevate the performance of those they lead by inspiring peak performance and bringing out the best in their people. Leaders build commitment. Managers create duty. Leaders build the people who build their business. Managers build tasks and systems. Leaders build themselves and their abilities to lead. Managers build their jobs and technical skills

Through his research, consulting, and training with leaders throughout the world, Dr. Gerald D. Bell has identified the ten significant roles leaders must master to lead a business successfully. The Leader’s Job seminar is designed to help you develop an advanced understanding of the different work components all leaders must perform well. If you lead people – in a company, department, or unit – this seminar will help you learn how to effectively execute these ten critical functions.

You will learn how to:

> Create and implement your mission, vision, and core values.

> Master the eight domains of your external environment.

> Build a great bench by selecting Achievers to work for you.

> Create your strategic plans for products and services.

> Develop your organizational design.

> Master your organization’s work and processes.

> Develop the components of the human corporate system: (1) the people, (2) teamwork, and (3) culture.

> Build your leadership style and influence.

> Ensure focus, consistency, and execution.

> Lead change by building feedback systems to generate innovations.

The Leader’s Job Survey 2.0 is a key component of the seminar. It is an advanced, comprehensive, and confidential assessment tool that identifies the specific leadership behaviors that produce great results for the organization. It provides you with strategies to build your leadership. By taking the Survey, you discover how others perceive your current performance in the ten roles of a leader.

The results include your:

> Greatest and least effective leadership skills.

> Contributions that are most helpful for your organization.

> Behaviors that you may want to change or reduce.

> Specific actions you may want to start or focus on.

Register today for the Leader’s Job Seminar on September 17 & 18, 2013.