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FranklinCovey conducted research that compared the beliefs and behaviors of average first-level leaders to great ones. Results of the research have identified a dramatic gulf between the two, with great leaders much more likely to achieve positive outcomes and collaboration.
Our latest research shows organizations why it is so important to find and foster first-level leaders. Most first-level leaders are confident in their talents, but many feel overwhelmed with responsibility.
For leaders in the workplace, their leadership legacy begins with the opportunity to lead a single team. Leaders who have just one tier of employees reporting to them are referred to as “first-level leaders,” because they are on the first step of leadership.
If your first-level Leaders mentality toward work hasn’t changed significantly since they became leaders, it’s likely they're not actually leading. Leading people is vastly different from working as an individual contributor.
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This half-day event is ideal for leaders responsible for performance improvement, leadership development, and organizational behavior change.
Don’t leave the success of your first-level leaders, and your organization, to chance
Confessions of A First-Level Leader! Preview one of the videos featured in the series.