WE ARE OBSESSED WITH DEVELOPING LEADERS
We believe that the foundation of leadership is the desire to serve others. Therefore, we choose to focus first and foremost on developing leaders who prioritize creating opportunities for others to thrive in their work.
We believe that in order to inspire and motivate people to their best, we must learn to leverage the pairing of our passions with our strengths. Therefore, we develop leaders who manage with their heads but lead with their hearts.
We believe that every leader must have the capacity to act as a follower in their organization. But, we also believe that leaders must act when it is right to do so, even if in doing so it creates discomfort for themselves. The knowledge of how to balance the two represents the art of acting as a courageous follower.
OUR PASSION IS SUPPORTING EXISTING AND ASPIRING LEADERS.
So you want to be a leader?
Leadership is often painted in popular culture as an opportunity to tell others what to do. But, in reality, leadership is full of political traps, uncertainty, self-doubt, criticism, and having to deal with people's professional and personal problems.
Yesterday's leadership training isn't meeting the demands imposed by today's workforce. As a result, some leaders are overwhelmed and unengaged, while others are desperately seeking support.
At ETR Leadership Solutions we pride ourselves in offering authentic leadership training that helps to bridge today's leadership gap in anticipation of tomorrow's organizational problems. Our mission is creating leaders with a heart for service.
Since 2011 we have worked with hundreds of leaders throughout the country towards finding a better version of their leadership. This isn't a one size fits all style of leadership. We challenge leaders to manage with their heads but lead with their hearts. We believe people are the most valuable resources, and serving them is the only thing that matters. We seek to humble the title of leader, and in doing so unleash the power and opportunity of leadership!
“Morale represents how people feel about what they are being asked to do. You’ll often find that a leader's ability to create trust and motivate their workforce is directly tied to an ability to successfully manage morale.”