Self-leadership is not just about how assertive you are at work. It’s a state of mind and emotional intelligence that you carry with you day and night.
Develop your teams sense of who they are, what they can do and where they are going. From that will come improved communication, and a better understanding of how emotions and behaviours work in certain situations.
Book your team onto our workshop so they can master themselves, increase self-confidence and improve accountability for their work.
Who should attend?
• Any manager that needs to set direction and make leadership decisions.
• Any employee that is lacking confidence in certain areas – maybe highlighted on a performance review, or through self-awareness.
• Leaders who want to embody the values of the business, to push it forward.
What are the benefits?
Your team will…
• Know how to set their own personal development plan
• Recognise leadership qualities and how to relate it to their role
• Have increased self-confidence to improve responsibility and accountability
• Have the ability to challenge their own doubts and questions
What does it cover?
• Creating confidence through personalised memory exercises
• Setting up a learning plan and creating an environment for success
• Ranking of personal values and prioritising them to add value to the business
• Setting SMART objectives
Workshop length : 2 days(up to 12 delegates)
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