Zenger Folkman Leadership Podcast Get answers to today’s toughest leadership and development problems from thought leaders Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman!

Raise the bar on your leadership effectiveness!

Imagine an organization where everyone takes responsibility for achieving good results. An organization where people have a personal sense of ownership, and there is little finger-pointing when things go wrong.

If every leader were able to inspire accountability in others, it would not only better leverage leadership, but it would significantly increase bottom line results.

What can a leader do to create a greater sense of accountability in others?

Join Dr. Joseph Folkman to learn:

  • The 8 BEHAVIORS that increase accountability
  • How we can get better at inspiring and motivating
  • How to improve accountability within organizations

We’d love for you to experience our award-winning leadership workshops in a city near you.  We also invite you to join us for our monthly webinars. To learn more, visit zengerfolkman.com/events.

To listen to past podcast episodes and view the notes for this episode, visit zengerfolkman.com/podcast. There you can also enter our monthly book contest.

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Join Joe Folkman for a look at the principles for turning feedback from others into personal and professional change.
 
Based on over 30 years of consulting with thousands of business leaders and professionals around the world, Joe will discuss how highly effective people use feedback differently than those less effective. Rather than focusing on the negatives feedback reveals, the most effective people focus instead on the positives feedback uncovers. They use feedback to discover their strengths and build upon them.
Joe will teach you the key principles for maximizing the value of the feedback you receive. You’ll learn:
  1. Why others are best at predicting your effectiveness
  2. How to understand, accept and prioritize feedback
  3. How to implement long-term actions that lead to real growth and change. 
  4. Why building on strengths works
  5. How to identify your “sweet spot” for change
  6. How to set a goal
  7. Why it is important to have a support system
  8. Much more!
“When you learn and put these principles to work in your professional life or organization, you’ll discover what a powerful and meaningful gift feedback can be.”    —Joe Folkman
 Packed with unique insights, fascinating research and Dr. Folkman’s signature humor, this is one presentation you won’t want to miss.

We’d love for you to experience our award-winning leadership workshops in a city near you.  We also invite you to join us for our monthly webinars. To learn more, visit zengerfolkman.com/events.
To listen to past podcast episodes and view the notes for this episode, visit zengerfolkman.com/podcast. There you can also enter our monthly book contest.
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