Many leaders promoted to high and powerful positions have discovered that such perches do not guarantee that their strategies and missions will be implemented by their organizations. Despite having such high positions, many leaders still complain that “getting things done” is a challenge they face on a daily basis. They discover that leadership requires more than power and authority. Neither a big title nor a “powerful” position can make a person an effective leader. This module provides a path for participants to discover what really matters to them so they can lead themselves first, and then, using the same concept, also learn to lead others.
- Understand what moves people to take the necessary steps to perform
- Able to explain what makes a leader great and provides a path to build these capabilities
- Develop strategy for more effective leadership for self and others
- Learn why some people are happier than others
- Understand what does happiness have to do with leadership
Muhammad Sabri, a Senior Lecturer at the ASB, comes with a wealth of experience after working more than 25 years in the government sector as well as in the oil and gas industry. His tenure at PETRONAS allowed him the opportunity to work alongside renowned organizations like McKinsey as it rolled out its Operational Performance Improvement initiatives and its Global Leadership Learning Series, which was made compulsory in more than 25 countries. His skills at Top Team Alignment has helped many Senior Management Teams improve their effectiveness in their leadership roles.
MUHAMMAD SABRI RAWI
Portland State University, Oregon, BA (English), MA (Education)
AREA OF EXPERTISE
Personal Leadership, Coaching for Performance, Communications, Public Speaking, Top Team Dynamic
Anyone in a leadership position.