First-Level Leaders

Equip first-level leaders with the skills and resources to effectively lead their teams and in doing so, your organization will experience a significant return on the investment.

  • The Leadership Gap Report

    The Leadership Gap Report

    FranklinCovey conducted research comparing the beliefs and behaviors of average first-level leaders to great ones. Results of the research have identified the areas where organizations can improve.

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  • Make The Mental Leap To Leader. Download our six-step guide.

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  • Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I get so Nervous During Presentations That it’s Affecting my Credibility1:18

    Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I get so Nervous During Presentations That it’s Affecting my Credibility

    Don’t let your nerves affect your ability to deliver presentations effectively. Jimmy McDermott shares some tips to help you calm your nerves and to present with confidence.

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  • The Leadership Challenge Report

    The Leadership Challenge Report

    FranklinCovey conducted research that sheds light on common issues in personal leadership, team dynamics, and business outcomes.

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  • Get Better

    Get Better

    Are you consistently assessing your relevance and advancing your skills and capabilities? It would be a good idea to start.

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  • How to Handle a Micromanager

    How to Handle a Micromanager

    Micromanagement can be frustrating and can kill engagement. Learn how to handle a micromanager with these points.

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  • Deliver Results

    Deliver Results

    Are you and your team delivering activities instead of results? Check out this FranklinCovey Leadership Tip to learn more.

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  • Confront Bad Behavior

    Confront Bad Behavior

    Difficult behaviors need to be taken care of right away. Read this FranklinCovey leadership tip to learn how.

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  • Model Good Behavior

    Model Good Behavior

    Find out why you should model good behavior with this helpful FranklinCovey leadership tip.

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  • Status Update System

    Status Update System

    Do you know what your team is up to? If not, consider starting an update system.

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  • Model Productive Behavior

    Model Productive Behavior

    Kory Kogon says leaders must set the example for their direct reports. Here's one tip on how to model productive behavior.

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  • The Formula to Achieve Goals

    The Formula to Achieve Goals

    Too many managers set vague goals — Improve customer retention, for example — leaving their teams unsure how exactly what they’re working toward. Learn to formulate measurable goals with this blog.

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  • Apologize without Excuse

    Apologize without Excuse

    Do you know how to apologize without excuse? Learn how here.

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  • Clarify Expectations

    Clarify Expectations

    There is nothing more frustrating than not knowing what you're doing. Learn how to clarify expectations with this FranklinCovey leadership tip.

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  • Authenticity

    Authenticity

    People can spot a phoney rather easily. Avoid the drama by being yourself.

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  • See Potential in Others

    See Potential in Others

    As a leader, you have the ability to see potential in people who don't even know they have it. Read the whole tip for more.

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  • Stop Playing Favorites

    Stop Playing Favorites

    Whether it's your friends or your coworkers, don't let favoritism come into play. Learn how to avoid it with this helpful tip.

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  • Leading an Overwhelmed Team

    Leading an Overwhelmed Team

    Sometimes saying "No" to new projects isn't always an option. If you're leading an overwhelmed team, try these simple tips.

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  • Add or Remove Small Tasks

    Add or Remove Small Tasks

    If you're worried that your team is overworked, there is something you can do.

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  • Update Templates

    Update Templates

    Your communication can never be too streamline. Check out this tip for creating smooth communication.

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  • How New Leaders Can Handle Resentment

    How New Leaders Can Handle Resentment

    Going from team player to team coach can be tricky, but hiding from resentful people will only make things worse. Show you’re in charge but willing to work with them with these tips.

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