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Situational Leadership
Situational Leadership is a style of people management that recognizes that not all situations or employees are equal. Varying situations require adapted and varying skills and actions on the part of leaders to ensure the effective accomplishment of the job mission—individual or seasonal. Employees are differentiated by varying factors that determine their job performance and abilities. If a leader treats all situations and employees the same way, they will be ineffective in implementing the right methods to meet their needs.
This session will explore situations, employee ability/skill levels, and the proper methods and necessary considerations to manage them properly. We will understand that proper situational leadership methods and strategies enhance team and organizational effectiveness and employee morale. By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1. Recognize the importance of having a complete leadership skills tool kit.
2. Identify situations that require specific leadership methods.
3. Identify worker groups that require specific leadership methods.
4. Utilize the lessons taught in this session in the real-world workplace today.


Jun 8, 2023 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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George L. Hicks, MBA
George L. Hicks, MBA is a professor of business, ethics, leadership, diversity, and other disciplines. He is currently an adjunct faculty member of three colleges/universities. He is retired from a law enforcement career where he served as a police officer, agent, sergeant, and senior lieutenant with two southern California police departments for over 28 years. One of his specialties was the training of police officers and staff in diversity issues related to the ethical treatment of the public. Mr. Hicks has taught and provided professional organizational training and education for over 38 years, the last 18+ years of that time in the capacity of a college professor and administrator in higher education at six colleges and universities. His education is as follows: A Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) in Leadership from Grand Canyon University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco.