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Effective Leadership

Effective Leadership – a New Way to Manage is not a ‘how to’ training but more of a journey through novel ideas and strategies for getting the best out of people in the 21st Century.

The 21st Century leader will find their own way through the incessant pressures to deliver more, faster, cheaper and with fewer resources, only by a paradigm shift from the command and control philosophy which has served organisations until now.

This training helps individuals to become more aware of them, the people structures to which they belong, and the ways and means of achieving success whilst remaining a ‘human being’ with a good life balance.
Content  A new Way to Manage Concepts:
  • Theory of Organisations – Strategy, Tactics, Operations.
  • Management Competencies and Leadership vs Management
  • Developing and Managing an Empowering Culture
  • Skills of Empowerment and Building Relationships and Networking
  • Understanding your Business and Identifying and Analysing Business Issues
  • Emotional Intelligence (EQ) vs Verbal/Mathematical/Logic/Spatial reasoning (IQ)
  • Learned Optimism/Controlling Negative Thoughts
  • Anger Control, Benefiting from Conflict and Building Stress Immunity
  • Surviving Office Politics, Helping Difficult Customers and Dealing with Downsizing
  • Managing Diversity and Creating the Future
Prerequisites Good level of English and experience of working in a team.
Who should attend First and second level Managers.
Languages English
Nb of participants The training will be limited to 10 participants, to maximise ‘air time’ for each participant.
Duration  3 days.
Training delivered in 2 sessions – the first two days and then a gap of 8 weeks before day 3, to allow the participants to evaluate the ideas presented by the training within the groups that they manage and to report back to the course on ideas for changing the future operating paradigm.