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'Frontline Leadership' Educational Practice

  • Frontline Leadership can be learned!
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    'Frontline Leadership' Educational Practice from

    If you would like to keep everyone in your group involved and self-motivated you have come to the right place.  An individual career skill to engage associates, customers, and partners alike.  A practice to continue learning!

    Now at last, a course for anyone regardless of age, experience, or vocation to learn a skill for leading a group.  Whether it is a setting in education, religious, civil, community, or workplace.  A simple process of 5 action steps you do with (not to) your group members.  Based on a 'best practice' of over a half-century, for the people-part of daily activities to continue learning, focus, and commitments.

    In February 2005 George Reavis initiated the Frontline Leadership Educational Program.  The express purpose is to help anyone who either currently is or plans to lead a group of people toward a common goal.  Providing a practice to lead the people-part of daily activities.  Leading the involvement and self-motivation of associates to compliment and continue, not change, existing procedural activities.  George defines six principles for frontline leadership and a process of five actions a frontline leader can practice to achieve those principles. 

    "Frontline Leadership 101: Motivate-Inspire-Involve any Group or Team"This free course is a skill-building practice for any group/team leader to get everyone on the same page and committed toward the same goals or objectives.  You may choose to:

    1. have each tutorial of the course emailed daily or

    2. save and/or print the course in .pdf file format (Acrobat Reader) 

    For more course details including a glossary you may view the Introduction first.  You will also receive a 20% discount on the Enterprise eHandbook "Propel Frontline Leaders" which is our 'how-to' initiate the practice within a company or organization.