A Peer Learning Experience
Helping Your Frontline Leaders Succeed
1:30 – 2:30 pm ET
Leadership is the highest leverage activity in any organization. Think about it – what positive will happen in any organization without good leadership? In many organizations, the leaders at the frontline are the most vulnerable and often least supported. If we don’t support these key leaders (whether we call them frontline leaders, team leads, or supervisors), they will develop bad habits that will directly impact the largest group of our employees. The question is – how are your frontline leaders doing? And how can you support them more fully?
That is the topic of the interactive session, facilitated by Kevin Eikenberry. He will provide concepts, context, and some models to consider, then facilitate small group conversations where you can learn with other individuals who want to support leadership development in their organizations. You can share your concerns and best practices, ask questions and learn from others too.
You will leave more confident, with new ideas and a new resolve to support your frontline leaders for greater personal and organizational success.
When we are finished, among other insights and ideas, you will be able to:
- Apply a framework to help you determine how to proceed in developing your frontline leaders
- Evaluate your leaders against a list of key skills
- Understand the approaches other organizations use to develop their frontline leaders
Meet Your Facilitator
Kevin Eikenberry is a world-renowned leadership and remote work thought leader, a multiple-time bestselling author, speaker, consultant, trainer, coach, leader, learner, husband and father (not necessarily in that order).
Kevin is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group, a leadership and learning consulting company that has been helping organizations, teams and individuals reach their potential since 1993, and the co-founder of The Remote Leadership Institute, formed in 2014. Kevin’s specialties include leadership, remote/hybrid work (and leadership), teams and teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, organizational learning and more.
How is a Remarkable Development session different than any other webinar?
You’ve been to fifty webinars – some good, and some not so good. The best are interactive, but are still heavy on the content from the presenter. A Remarkable Development session is a webinar for a new world. A world where people want to learn the latest ideas and powerful techniques, but also want to learn together. A world of work that is different and more disconnected than ever.
We know that we learn in interaction with others – but in a fractured, increasingly virtual world the “workshop experience” has been shifted to a focus on delivering the content – leaving the application to you as an individual.
A Better Way?
Even if you love learning from webinars, you have likely thought that there has to be a better way… a way to make the webinar far better than they are…
That’s what Remarkable Development sessions are.
A better way to:
- Discover insight and ideas from an expert
- Share your ideas
- Learn from others
- Gain practical solutions and a wide variety of perspectives
- Have a practical action plan to apply what you learned (which was the point to start with
What Does it Look Like?
Remarkable Development sessions focus on an important personal or professional skill (usually both) in a peer learning format. Here’s how it works. For just a $39 investment...
- Kevin Eikenberry will share the latest thoughts and ideas on the mindset and skillset needed to succeed in that area for about 20 minutes.
- For the next thirty minutes with a guided process you will learn with a small group of others who are interested in building the same skill, with a process created by Kevin
- For the final ten minutes you will rejoin the larger group to reflect on the lessons, ask Kevin any questions, and leave with the confidence you can implement what you have learned.
Who is it for?
Remarkable Development sessions are for anyone (or any team) that wants to learn a specific skill and is willing to participate in the learning process in order to benefit more fully. Rather than sitting passively and listening, watching, and taking notes, you will be an active part of the learning process – for your benefit and the benefit of others. If you are looking for a passive learning experience, this is not it.