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Leadership Training for Managers

Leadership Training for Managers

12 Essential Leadership Traits

Sage Prosperity Partners has long held the perspective that time is the new currency. Where we spend our time will determine our personal Leadership ROI. When we invest our time positively, engaging teams with empathy and trust, the benefits both individually and collectively initiate profound results.

Sage Prosperity Partners offers the most unique 12 Trait Leadership Training for Managers program for ascending managers to the next level of success.

The program works with a small mastermind group where managers garner intellectual leadership concepts, test these concepts immediately through facilitator led exercises, and finally apply the concepts to real-time workplace challenges.

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The core of any successful team revolves around Trust in their Leader’s ability to project Integrity, competence, and compassion. Without Trust there is no team, but simply a collection of individual contributors inconsistently producing dysfunctional output.


Every effective Leader must have a Vision that is clear and compelling, translating into Reality. Implementing that Vision allows a team to rally behind it, believe in it, and be passionate about it. Vision without execution is failure.

Effective Communication

“A good leader is a good listener”. In order to Effectively Communicate, a Leader must ponder communications from their team first (Intrapersonal), and then share their thoughts with a trusted team member for feedback (Interpersonal). Responsibility and clear communication pathways are essential for a team to thrive.

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Creating an atmosphere where people feel personalized attention from the Leader evokes caring and appreciation, and encourages interaction on all levels. This kind of engagement welcomes innovation where team members are motivated to go the extra mile.
Leadership Roles
There are five styles of leadership tendencies: the Technician, the Manager, the Trailblazer, the Architect, and the Coach. Each play a vital role in making the team function at its highest capacity. The most successful Leaders empower rather than control, and understand their own tendencies for leadership proficiency.
Resolving Conflict
Through conflict comes positive change. Getting there, however, is a journey. Conflict, if untreated, grows with wild abandon, but leaders who tackle conflict and do not avoid it receive the benefits of organizational bravery. Those who seek rather than avoid prosper.
A well-developed and high-performing group must have a purpose, understand why the team exists, follow a solid structure, and attain a synergy in order for the team members to relate to one another. Generosity and flexibility make the best teams and produce the greatest success.
Emotional Intelligence
Today’s leaders need a high degree of EI. In fact, for a manager to be effective, it is purported that EI leadership skills are more important than a high IQ. A Leader’s ability to be self-aware with affirming intent, empathy, and the ability to motivate will assure a well-prepared leader. Achieving a high degree of EI will lead to greater wisdom and acceptability by all.
A good Leader must be inclusive and value all, regardless of color, intellect, talent, or age. A diverse workplace must reflect a diverse customer base, as it will reflect the values and customs shared within that customer base as well as all future customers. It promotes community, respect, and understanding at a deeper level.
Power of Persuasion
A good Leader must possess the ability to Persuade. This process for leading others to a shared solution and desired action is essential for teamwork success. To persuade rather than direct involves a team in the decision making process positively while the Leader guides the team towards the intended result.
Organizational Transformation
Every organization over its life cycle emerges, stabilizes, and hopefully matures into high performance. Many organizations fail to get past the emerging stage and descend into chaos. The ones who accelerate into stability survive but fail to thrive. Achieving high performance is known as, “The Best place to Work”.
Leveraging Time
Time is a Leader’s most precious commodity. The way a Leader executes their daily routine, separating the urgent from the non-urgent, determines their effectiveness. Many Leaders fall into the trap of “get ready and stop” mode, forgetting that the whole team is greater than the individual.