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I hate to be the one to tell you this, but the training industry in North America is a $60 billion dollar a year industry. That’s $60 billion with a “B.” What does that mean to you? Well if you’ve ever sent front line supervisors or middle managers to training in order to increase their effectiveness, then you’ve made a contribution.

Now that’s okay of course if you received the ROI you expected, but in my experience ‘fly by night’ training classes are not always effective…

I’ve discussed in previous articles how leaders are the conduit between you (the CEO or executive) and your people, which means that if they aren’t effective, the team’s performance (and your reputation) diminish as a result. If you may have missed this email, grab a copy of my latest book Operational Empowerment to gain further insights on how this conduit influences your business.

My point is, when it comes to company leadership the only measure that matters is effectiveness. Are your leaders doing what needs to be done when it needs to be done, all while motivating and engaging staff in the process? If not, then sending them off to a classroom training session in a nearby city may not be the answer.

In this weeks video I share a few tips on how to increase leadership effectiveness with no cost (other than a little bit of your time). Watch this video – it will be worth the next four minutes of your life.

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