How the best leaders
create a culture of autonomy and ownership
Leadership is about more than ensuring the job gets done. It’s about inspiring others to take ownership, embrace high standards, and experience pride in their work.
Leadership is about more than ensuring the job gets done.
It’s about inspiring others to take ownership, embrace high standards, and experience pride in their work.
Easier said than done, right? Not anymore.
Creating a culture of
Grounded in over 60 years of human motivation research, this workshop teaches leaders how to motivate their team to own their responsibilities, in ways that simultaneously elevate performance and job satisfaction.
YOU WILL LEARN
The psychological levers that inspire a team to take ownership
Why sharing leadership motivates others to step up
How to set high standards without micromanaging
How to communicate in a way that fuels your team’s experience of autonomy
How to motivate your team to take ownership with a few simple words
IDEAL FOR LEADERS SEEKING TO
- Avoid playing the role of problem-solver
- Gain consistency in their team’s results
- Inspire leadership in others
- Improve job satisfaction and pride
- Take their team to the next level
[Duration: 2-3 hours]
The unexpected power of autonomy
The Accidental Micromanager (and how to avoid becoming one)
3 strategies for communicating in an autonomy-supportive way
The cost of unclear expectations (and how to set expectations that guarantee results)
Teaching your team to self-evaluate their own work
How most managers sabotage their team’s experience of ownership
Turning problem-finders into problem-solvers
Based on the
Synthesizes over 1,000 academic studies into practical strategies you can use to elevate your team and create an extraordinary workplace
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TRANSFORMATIVE STRATEGIES, PROVEN RESULTS.
A wealth of studies indicate that employees who experience autonomy and a sense of ownership at work are more productive and engaged.
Employees who take ownership derive more satisfaction from a job well done and are happier at work.
Receiving autonomy at work has been shown to reduce employee stress levels, leading to fewer sick days and less burnout.
Leaders who grant autonomy have employees who are less interested in seeking new jobs and more committed to their organization.
Ready to create a culture of autonomy and ownership in your team?