Our leadership courses are practical and enable leaders to be themselves but more inspiring and effective, whilst bringing out the best in their teams.
Discover how to better respond to today’s challenges and create a ripple effect throughout your organisation. Change your approach to tap into trust and build inclusion. Form closer, more rewarding relationships built on trust and respect. Gain ways to project an upbeat and contagious attitude, discover ways to manage stress and minimise worry, encourage positive thinking, and commit to continuous improvement.
You’ll be better equipped to perform as an influential communicator, problem-solver and focused leader. You’ll learn to strengthen interpersonal relationships, manage stress and handle fast-changing workplace conditions. In addition you’ll develop a take-charge attitude initiated with confidence and enthusiasm.
You will be more equipped to tackle complex challenges, expand your ingenuity, and excel in building team harmony. Use your new skills to achieve measurable results, securing your place as a valued contributor. As you become more adept at influencing, you’ll find yourself inspiring others to take initiative and innovate.
• Transition from high performer to effective leader
• Learn to positively influence others
• Create an inspiring but accountable environment
• Know how to use authority appropriately
• Become a confident and credible communicator
Learn what it takes to be a successful leader in today’s workplace. Discover your unique strengths as a leader and develop additional competencies that will help you achieve the skills and characteristics that can push you to the next level of success as a leader in your organisation. Work through others in a trusting and dynamic relationship to gain connection, cooperation, and collaboration.
We assume that a high-performance employee can immediately translate into a high-performance leader. The fact is that the skillset and mindset are completely different and the transition can be hard. It’s hard on new leaders because they have to shift from relying on themselves to relying on others for results. It’s hard on the organisation because it loses the work output from their prior role to gain a leader who is learning on the job.
You will be more equipped to tackle complex challenges, expand your ingenuity, and excel in building team harmony. Use your new skills to achieve measurable results, securing your place as a valued contributor. As you become more adept at influencing, you’ll find yourself inspiring others to take initiative and innovate. The time has come to start leading now!
Whether leadership is given with a title or earned through the respect of others, it is a unique and difficult skill that requires the ability and willingness to face the ultimate unpredictable variable: people. This variability takes the form not just of diversity of people (generational, cultural, educational, mindset, etc.), but also the differences in lives, emotions, situations, abilities, and preferences.
In this course, we distinguish between leadership (the people side of getting things done) and management (the process side). Both elements are necessary, yet not individually sufficient.
Leadership – in a world of globalisation, rapid change, competitive pressures, uncertainty, confusion, disruption, and no clear answers – is not to be taken lightly. The cost of ineffective leaders takes the form of missed targets, declining performance, disengaged employees, and other wasted resources, as well as missed opportunities.
Leadership boils down to achieving results through other people. While this may sound simple, it requires engaging many people or teams, managing competing priorities, providing compelling direction, working across silos, and trying to figure out how to achieve results with limited resources.
You will be more equipped to tackle complex people and organisational challenges, expand your influence, and excel in building new leaders. Use your new skills to achieve measurable results, elevating your value to your organisation and positioning yourself for more and different challenges. The reward is seeing your team advance and your awareness shift to thinking like an owner and impacting culture.
Leadership is not a solitary activity; it is about how the leader treats the people they work with, and how they make people feel about themselves and the work. This allows leaders to influence and be influenced by others to achieve the best possible results. To get things done through other people, leaders must care. Participants often state that the ideas and information they received from their cohort resulted in accelerating all the benefits of the process and even resulted in professional relationships far beyond the conclusion of the scheduled sessions.
“What I’ve learnt more than anything is that is certain situations I was apprehensive and a little nervous, and I wasn’t looking forward to it. I think the result of the Dale Carnegie Course is that I am now actually looking forward to taking on those challenges.” Gareth Carson, Head of Operations. secureemptyproperties.com
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