Work of Leaders
Learning and Development is not a straight road. It consist of many turns and bends.
Let's take the journey together!
Your proficiency as a leader is a matter of choice fueled by emotions, thoughts, and actions working together. This session is designed to move you beyond circumstances and provide skills and strategies to employ your personal grit. Attendees are empowered to embrace their individual strength, showing them how to rewrite the narrative of every situation and how to engage real-time resilience tools in building stronger relationships.
The design and process of innovation is people-driven. Building a culture of innovation requires leaders to possess the skills to effectively bring together a diverse group of people and ideas in alignment to strategically execute the vision of the project. This delicate but deliberate procedure, requires empathy, optimism and collaboration. Your ability as a leader to see things from the perspective of various types of people is paramount in building successful collaborations. At the heart of creating a culture of innovation is an environment that fosters successful collaboration.
Successfully leading others is the opposite of trying to control them. It’s about DEVELOPING the potential of others through partnership, INSPIRING them through your encouragement and support, and GAINING their trust through your integrity and transparency. Through a highly participatory presentation, attendees identify the elements of a servant leader, explore ways to apply them in real-time scenarios and formulate ways to build and maintain trust in the workplace.
We flip the "change curve" upside down and explore what’s beneath the iceberg. This presentation is designed to provide the necessary tools to navigate individual resistance to organizational change. Discovering how to employ one's personal grit and the utilization of real-time resilience tools in order to embrace the benefit of change. Participants will take part in assessments, discussions and activities to increase their capability and capacity to adapt, overcome and positively transition into a new normal.
“Emotional Intelligence (EI) has made its mark as a vital element for businesses to survive and grow. It has taken its place among other traditional leadership traits and trainings. Studies indicate that those individuals struggling in business - owners, leaders or employees - tend to score low in Emotional Intelligence. For the reverse, individuals doing well and more successful in business, tend to score high in Emotional Intelligence. It helps to foster and grow good customer relationships, team cohesiveness and leadership collaborations.”