DEVELOP YOUR LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL:
STOP DOING, START LEADING™
The transition from top-performing employees into leadership positions can be difficult as it requires different skillset and mindset to succeed. This course will prepare your newly promoted leaders to perform with a sense of accountability for their own performance as well as others.
This program is specifically designed to address the challenges that new leaders face, to help them change their mindset, and to give them confidence with proven strategies and tools that are used by the most successful leaders.
What You’ll Learn
You'll learn to focus on the essential skills that are needed to building strong teams and equip new leaders with the right attitudes to step up and take charge. The toolbox that we will be providing you with contains competencies for new leaders through self-development, being an effective communicator and gain that confidence to start leading.
Why you want to learn it
We have a tendency to promote our top-performing employees into a leadership position with the assumption that a high-performance employee can immediately translate into a high-performance leader. This course will help your organization to start building your leadership pipeline and emerging leaders the skills to transition from a high performer into an effective and engaging leader.
How it will help you
This is your opportunity to develop your leadership style, enabling you to grow within your organization. The course will teach you the importance of being self-aware as a leader and subsequently being able to convey honesty, integrity and accountability. But most importantly, this program will help you to regulate and use authority to influence appropriately as well as the capability to model effective interpersonal communication.
"This class really gets you outside of your comfort zone and makes you think more deliberately about how you can improve yourself and others.
You leave each class more equipped to handle day to day stresses, challenges, and opportunities."