The Leadership Role Model

Leading with Commitment (LRM04)

Many managers take it as read that an employee should be loyal and committed right from onboarding. After all, you’re doing them a favor by employing them, right? WRONG! This kind of attitude is simply not realistic when it comes to modern talent. People understand their worth, and if you want to bring the best out in them, you need to show commitment yourself.

Being a committed leader and having committed employees go hand in hand. You need to believe in the company’s direction and purpose and communicate that effectively. That means paying attention to the individuals in your team, understanding their unique abilities, and ensuring their personalities align with yours and the business’s values.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

• Explain the importance of leadership commitment
• Identify ways to increase commitment in your team
• Demonstrate leadership behaviors to inspire employee commitment

Why take this course?

If you’re the type of leader who wants to inspire a culture of commitment in your team, then this course is full of useful tips to get you started. If your team members are committed, you’ll see positive benefits such as higher-quality work, reduced turnover, and increased morale. Commit to taking this course and get started.

10 mins | SCORM | Takeaway Tasks

  • Leading with Commitment
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever