Some people view effective leadership as a gift,
bestowed upon those rare individuals with a burning charismatic persona and an exquisite
business school education. Others know leadership is a skill that almost any executive,
manager or supervisor can learn and master through the principles and practices of visual
Visual leadership includes a powerful array of
visual formats that teach leaders-in-the-making how to:
- Identify, clarify, and target key priorities
- Link them to meaningful actions—projects
- Drive those projects through aligned metrics (not
As they learn and use these tools, executives
and supervisors, alike, learn to shift their focus from just "getting through the
to targeting, aligning, driving, and sustaining improvement. They develop a compelling need
to lead. They become: Leaders of Improvement.
Company leadership is responsible
for the corporate intent: finding, focusing, and driving strategic growth and tactical
improvement. To do this, many executives, managers, and supervisors need to develop a fresh
understanding of what effective leadership means and how to achieve it. They need to learn
the principles and practices of Visual Leadership.
Based on decades of work with
executives and implementation research, Dr. Galsworth has discovered that leadership is a
process of skill building which matures over time. While she often works with
teams—especially on teaching and coaching her set of seven behavioral skills to executives
and, separately, to managers and supervisors—the more advanced learning and application for
executives are best delivered in a series of on-going private sessions.