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For more than two decades, I have been leading a two-day seminar for the Center for Management Research in Cambridge, MA. The session has always been a popular one, particularly for executives and senior leaders, but what I enjoy most is the level of engagement that attendees display during the session, producing many "wows" and "ahas". After a short hiatus, my session is restarting this coming July. As I began to prepare, it occurred to me that it may be worthwhile to share more publicly, some of the key points taught during the session that I believe are valuable for any leader:
One final note; The past attendees of this session have come to understand how to make the personal behavior change at all levels of management that is necessary to achieve success in maximizing organizational performance, a critical indicator of their leadership impact. I've said it a million times but it always bears repeating; performance begins and ends with your people, and more specifically, their behavior. Because of the level of competition in the marketplace today, understanding the science of behavior is more important than ever. Those who understand it best will ultimately be the ones that come out on top.
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