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7 Essential Leadership Development Skills

What is Leadership Development?

Leadership is the ability to communicate and act in a way that sets an inspiring vision and motivates people to achieve common goals, with a feeling of being empowered and a sense of accomplishment.

Leadership is about creating an Integral Culture based on values and trust. An Integral Culture is achieved through excelling in four critical leadership practices:

The Importance of Leadership and Culture

According to the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer Annual Global Study, “Employees who have trust in their employer are far more likely to engage in beneficial actions on their behalf…”

The study paints a picture of the importance of effective leadership skills and how leadership contributes to the overall performance of your workforce. Employees who trust their leaders will be more engaged and more loyal than those with an overall distrust for your organisation’s leadership.

Without good leaders, your people won’t know which direction they are heading, or how to get there. A leadership development plan tailored to your organisation will help your leaders understand the importance of their role and how they contribute to your organisation’s ongoing success.

Barclayss® in-depth assessment of your organisation will help you identify your opportunities for improvement and build a robust leadership development framework that will deliver successful organisational culture change. We help you understand how to get the best out of your leaders, so that they can get the best out of your workforce.

Get in touch with Barclayss® today to see how we can help transform your organisation.

Essential Leadership Development Skills

A great leader...

At Barclayss®, our laser-like focus on leadership and field coaching empowers your Travellers with the ability to continue the far-reaching success of your journey, well beyond the completion of your Exploration cycle. When our Explorers disembark, we leave your Travellers orbiting at a higher cultural maturity level than where they were at when we started your Exploration program.