4 Quadrant Leadership
Working with teams, Ann Andrews knows that the key to leadership is to make their own decisions and to say ‘no’ nicely.
The 4 Quadrant Leadership provides a model of decision making; it may not turn managers into ‘great’ leaders, but it will certainly help them understand the effect
of not involving people in making decisions for themselves whilst freeing up their own time to be doing more important things.
In this eBook, you will do an exercise I about your decision making and how to put the types of decisions into different quadrants. When you know what decisions you have to make and what decisions you can help others make, it will increase both productivity and enjoyment for your team.
Find out about the quadrants and build a workplace that makes decisions.
About the author:
Ann Andrews CSP is a seriously inspirational entrepreneur who teaches organisations and individuals how to learn, unlearn and relearn so they can face any change and any challenge likely to hit their lives or their business.
Ann’s early experience in the military exposed her to astounding leadership skills and an unusual way of working that still amazes people. For the past 20 years Ann has passed on those skills to some of the largest corporates in New Zealand, showing them how a simple change in thinking can massively change their personal and business results.
A seasoned conference speaker, Ann is regularly invited back to challenge people with her infectious humour and common sense tips. One organsiation has had her speak at their conference 5 years running! She has presented at conferences around the world, including Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Belgium, Australia and London.
Ann is a past National President of the National Speakers’ Association of New Zealand, and was
the recipient of The Spirit of Excellence Award in 2000 and again in 2009, the highest award in
the speaking profession. She is the only speaker in NZ to have received the award twice and is
one of only six CSPs (Certified Speaking Professional) in New Zealand.