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Problem-Solving Leadership

Problem-Solving Leadership

Lead where ninjas, rock stars and gurus fear to tread.

Many listicles have been written about the desirable traits and idiosyncratic habits of successful leaders. Which is unfortunate. Because such well-meaning clickbait often gets in the way of helping a leaders succeed at their two primary roles:

  1. Identifying the key problem a team should focus on.
  2. Recruiting the support of others to help solve the chosen problem, lowering the stress put upon each team member in the process.

Through the Problem-Solving Leadership courses, you will learn – via the latest cognitive and anthropological research – how to practically manage the above issues more effectively while helping those on your team become better leaders in their right.

Courses

Flying Solo Online

$200

Self-development on a budget. Ideal for entrepreneurs, project managers and anyone afraid of the CFO (we don’t judge).

  • One hour of in-depth video material covering Problem-Solving Leadership
  • Workable and measurable definitions on leadership and creativity
  • Tips on how to be more creative
  • Techniques on how to improve collaboration
  • Guidelines to better leadership of self and others
  • Access to KAI (Kirton Adaption-Innovation) Inventory for measuring your problem solving style
  • Downloadable notes
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1-on-1 Coached Application

$450

Guided application of Problem-Solving Leadership with 1-on-1 contact with Dr. Jenkins.

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High-Flying Team Leader

$4,000

For leaders who want their team to fly high while keeping stress and conflict low.

Up to 8 team members granted access to the core materials from Flying Solo:

  • One hour of in-depth video material covering Problem-Solving Leadership
  • Workable and measurable definitions on leadership and creativity
  • Tips on how to be more creative
  • Techniques on how to improve collaboration
  • Guidelines to better leadership of self and others
  • Access to KAI (Kirton Adaption-Innovation) Inventory for measuring your problem solving style
  • Downloadable notes

Plus

  • The team leader starts with a 1-on-1 call with Dr. Jenkins to review the current business and team performance
  • A two-hour Skype (or physical) session with the team to review:
  • Problem-Solving Leadership materials
  • The data for the team and its implications vis-à-vis business strategy
  • Sharing case studies of other high-performing teams
  • Practical steps forward for business and personal improvement
  • A 1-on-1 review with the team leader immediately after the workshopsession to set-up improvement targets
  • A one-hour follow-up meeting in 3 months to review progress
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