Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1-2 days
Being an exceptional leader is as much about being able to develop and plan the strategic vision, as it is about harnessing people’s enthusiasm and building strong teams that will willingly participate and turn the vision into reality. Successful leaders are able to transform organisations, create efficiencies and engage their employees to deliver better results.
Strong leadership skills are becoming more crucial in today’s highly competitive environment, particularly as more people choose to work remotely.
To be an effective leader, an individual must be self-aware, be able to build trust, motivate others and communicate effectively. A good leader must also be able to negotiate effectively, resolve conflict, solve problems, make decisions and provide feedback. Above all, a good leader must be influential.
This course will help you to identify and improve your leadership style, as well as provide valuable insights into how you can connect more effectively to the people around you to build strong working relationships.
Profiling: A Personal Leadership Analysis will be completed as part of this training.
This training, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is highly beneficial to people managers and people leaders.
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