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                                    Leadership: Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results for the Public Sector?
                                    Leadership
                                    Government
                                    Connect your teams to objectives and results.
                                    THE CHALLENGE
                                    Are your team members contributing their highest effort?
                                    Without leaders in the public sector who can connect the efforts of their team to the critical objectives of the organization, no organization ever becomes great. Trust in leaders is at historic lows, new challenges sprout up virtually overnight, and experienced leaders are in short supply. Today’s leaders must be able to see their team members as “whole people”—body, heart, mind, and spirit—and manage and lead accordingly.
                                    "FranklinCovey’s content has given us a wonderful foundation as we launched a major campus leadership initiative. I highly recommend the 3-day leadership workshop for seasoned leaders and the foundations (1-day) workshop for emerging leaders. Both are critical pieces of our strategic priority to cultivate and develop leaders at the University of Florida.”
                                    Bryan  Gary Asst. Director, Human Resource Services ~ University of Florida
                                    The Solution
                                    Motivation comes from a foundation of inspiration.
                                    More than just a training event,?LEADERSHIP: GREAT LEADERS, GREAT TEAMS, GREAT RESULTS? FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR?helps your leaders discover how to inspire trust and build credibility with their people, define a clear and compelling purpose, create and align systems of success, and unleash the talents and energy of a winning team. Leaders spend their efforts creating a place where people want to stay and contribute their best effort, time and time again, helping your organization achieve its most critical priorities.
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                                    About The Course
                                    Greatness enabled.

                                    FranklinCovey’s?LEADERSHIP: GREAT LEADERS, GREAT TEAMS, GREAT RESULTS FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR?program takes a process-oriented approach to developing great leaders who learn how to:

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                                    • Build trust and influence with others.
                                    • Define their team’s purpose and their “job to be done.”
                                    • Create a strategic link between the work of the team and the goals of the organization.
                                    • Connect the work of the team to the organization’s economic model.
                                    • Align the four essential systems of execution, talent, core work processes, and customer feedback.
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