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Lead Yourself

Support every individual on their path to leadership success.

Build a Team of Confident Leaders

Leadership skills are essential for every person in your organization — not just managers and executives, but individual contributors, too. Self-leadership is the foundation for personal and professional growth. Simply put, it’s an individual’s ability to understand their own strengths and motivations and apply their energy to the goals that matter most. Effective individuals know how to get the best out of themselves so they and your business reap the benefits.

Self-leadership starts with self-awareness. Building on this understanding, each person can then set achievable, meaningful goals, hold themself accountable for progress toward those goals, and handle challenges and conflict with resiliency. They can also set appropriate boundaries on their time and energy to ensure they deliver results without risking burnout.

Within your organization, individual team members have unique strengths and areas for improvement. FranklinCovey’s research-backed content, expert consultants, and innovative technology will equip each person with the resources and insights they need to build a strong leadership foundation and make a unique contribution.

Key Personal Leadership Skills

A strong leader understands themselves deeply, views challenges as opportunities for growth, and knows how to manage their time and energy to achieve the highest levels of performance.


Is aware of their strengths, weaknesses, and impact on others.


Takes initiative to act intentionally, rather than only reactively.

Receiving Feedback

Regularly seeks and acts on feedback.

Growth Mindset

Grows from setbacks and challenges.

Time Management

Spends time, energy, and resources on the most important priorities.

Managing Energy

Prioritizes physical and mental health for sustainable performance.

Setting Goals

Sets goals that are clear, specific, and impactful to personal and team priorities.

Achieving Goals

Meets or surpasses most goals.

Free Guide
Manage Your Energy to Do Your Job Well

Use this guide to identify areas where you’re putting yourself at risk of burnout.

Customer Stories
Global Food Production
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Driving Growth Through Employee Empowerment

A global food-production company focuses on employee empowerment to drive growth in multiple markets. With the help of FranklinCovey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® course, employees are continually stretching themselves and the company is on track to reach their targeted growth goal.

Mississippi Power
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Building a Culture of Leadership and Effectiveness

Mississippi Power needed to prepare for wholesale change. Deregulation of their industry was causing drastic changes in the way they served their customers. See how they incorporate The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® to build a culture of leadership and effectiveness throughout the organization.

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Bridging the Gap Between Planning an Execution

X-FAB, the world’s leading foundry group for analog/mixed-signal semiconductor applications, had a need to create a common language and team building problem. See how they used The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® to build better personal productivity and focus on the end in mind.

Birchwood Automotive Group
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Establishing a Common Language to Communicate Effectively

Birchwood Automotive Group uses The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® to establish a common language and methodology to communicate and conduct business. The 7 Habits have transformed their culture which has led to increased profitability.

The Power of the Journey

Lasting behavior change comes from the inside out. Who people are, and how they view the world, impacts how they engage and lead others. Our Impact Journeys combine our exclusive content, expert consultants, and powerful technology to help people change both their mindset and their behavior.

Explore a sample Impact Journey excerpt below.

Organize and Prioritize Effectively

Empower your leaders with strong personal leadership skills.