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The SLII® Experience: Developing Leaders

The SLII® Experience: Developing Leaders

OVERVIEW:
SLII™ is the world’s most taught leadership model for developing employees and delegating appropriately. It is a language and strategy for providing the right amount of direction and support to improve performance, productivity, and accountability. To become effective as an SLII® leader, you must master three skills: Goal Setting, Diagnosing, and Matching.

KEY TOPICS:
Goal Setting – The First Skill of a SLII™ Leader
  • Communicate company strategy and goals
  • Align department, project, and individual goals and expectations
  • Create specific SMART goals to set clear performance expectations
  • Clarify employee’s area of responsibility and accountability
Diagnosing – The Second Skill of a SLII™ Leader
  • Analyze the four levels of development of direct reports
  • Assess employee’s competence level of knowledge and skill of the goal or task
  • Assess employee’s commitment level of motivation and confidence to perform the goal or task
Matching – The Third Skill of a SLII™ Leader
  • Identify the four leadership styles and the two components: direction and support
  • Understand the negative impact of over supervising or under supervising
  • Use the appropriate leadership style to provide individuals with what they need
SLII™ Skill Practice
  • Learn how to move forward and backward in the SLII™ model
  • Practice each of the four leadership styles
  • Develop skills in opening-up communication and having one-on-one conversations

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