“The 360 Leader is very relevant to the present and modern world today. It is what leaders should strive for to make a better community in the workplace.”
The 360 Leader
Developed by John C. Maxwell
“You can lead others now. Let’s clarify and simplify that. You lead others now.” – Anthony Pangilinan
How do you lead your subordinates, boss, peers, and yourself all at the same time? And how do you assess your leadership in all different angles?
Some of the greatest misconceptions about leadership come from the misunderstanding of what leadership actually is. Many think that leadership is a position or a title. Others think it’s dictatorship. While some think that it’s ‘in-born’.
Leadership is influence. And influence should not only go below. It should spread across and up in all different degrees.
This premier training program facilitated by Mr. Anthony Pangilinan, developed by Mr. John C. Maxwell, attended by thousands of leaders from the biggest multinational and local companies teaches tools and cases on the challenges faced by people in the “middle of the pack” like self-management and leadership progression. It aims to develop a manager into a leader by becoming more effective in leading subordinates, peers, bosses, and oneself.
All sessions are highly interactive and are designed to draw out insights, personal realizations, and feedback from the participants.
- The Myths of Leading from the Middle of an Organization
- The Challenges Facing the 360° Leader
- The Value of 360° Leaders
- Leading Yourself
- Leading Down (Subordinates)
- Leading Across (Peers)
- Leading Up (Superiors)
- Practical Application
- Creating an Environment that Unleashes 360° Leaders
- 360° Leader Assessment and Action Planning
After the Workshop
Validate Team Action Plan with management
Participants: Managers, Supervisors
Duration: 1 Day
Delivery: Public Runs, Train the Trainers Program, In-House
Available Dates for This Year
“Great program! It gave me a lot of realization and insight that will help me be more, it made me realize that I’m a ’10’ and I should value myself and respect my own time and need.”