Create a Culture of Excellence
with Jason W Womack
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01 Class Introduction05:32
Class duration: 1h 30mSee all 12 lessons
About The Class
Become a Leader Who’s Worth Following
As a leader, it’s up to you to create a culture of excellence at work—to make team members strive to reach their full potential, to be productive and efficient while also being innovative and imaginative. But while creating such a culture might be at the top of your to-do list, how do you actually achieve such a lofty goal?
This course will give you the skills you need to become the leader you’ve always wanted to be—a leader who people feel is worth following. The key is to build momentum both in work and life, commit to action, and follow your curiosity.
In this class, you’ll learn how to:
- Ask questions that improve workplace morale and engage others in achieving success.
- Stay focused on your commitments.
- Build a workflow process that keeps you in the game for the long term.
- Use curiosity as a competitive advantage.
- Meet and learn from new mentors.
- Create specific targets and meaningful milestones.
- Celebrate accomplishments.
You Deserve it03:17
Three Prompts for Momentum05:17
The 5 M's of Momentum07:37
Jason W Womack
Jason W. Womack, MEd, MA, provides practical methods to maximize tools, systems, and processes to achieve quality work/life balance. He has worked with leaders and executives for over 16 years in the business and education sectors. His focus is on ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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