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Wed Jul 1 2015 at 04:00 am EDT
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Sunday Feb 10, 2013
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Besides being famous, what do Al Gore, Margaret Thatcher, Martin Luther-King and Mother Teresa have in common? They are all outstanding examples at being highly influential. From Dr Tim Baker's latest book - The New Influencing Toolbox you'll discover the four main influencing styles and how you can apply them to your advantage. Find out if you are a investigator, calculator, motivator or collaborator.
Excellent Leadership means inspiring, encouraging and empowering the team members. One great way to do this is to brainstorm on everyone's Everybody Wins Ideas. In this session intended for teams, the facilitator will share the Everybody Wins mindset, then "go around the virtual room" as people brainstorm on how to put those in place. A second advanced leadership concept is to treat others as THEY want to be treated, which is NOT necessarily how YOU want to be treated. Part 2 of this session involves going around the room again with the team and each person shares how he/she likes to be treated in various areas.
In today's work environment, there is a continuous push to make rapid decisions. Information appears to be at our finger tips through the internet, social media and other electronic tools that may lead us to believe we have immediate, honest, and accurate information to move forward quickly with a decision. Further we are pushed into a sense of urgency with motivational tools such as advertising, competition and uncertainty that evoke our emotions and weaken our structured decision making process. In this interactive session, participants will be able to: 1) Identify barriers that limit good decision making 2) Describe two process systems to support good decision making 3) Create action steps to create your own standardize decision making process
The work of a leader is different. The skill set that made you a great individual contributor isn't enough. It's not about what you can individually accomplish, but what you can accomplish through others. And that's where the complexity begins. Success as a leader is directly related to your emotional intelligence - your self-awareness, your ability to regulate your emotions, your ability to empathize and connect with your employees. Intelligence doesn't guarantee your success as a leader, but emotional intelligence will.
Being a coach and mentor for your employees and colleagues will not only empower them to succeed, help your company, but also help you to grow your reputation as a leader and garner respect throughout the organization. In this online program we will review some strategies on how to be an effective coach and work with people in the most effective way.
In this class we will look at the functions of leadership and the difference between managing and leading. We will learn why it is important to recognize which mode you are engaged in, how much leadership you currently do and what the consequences of that might be. Finally, if you feel you need a more functional leadership style, we will identify what actions to take to address these differences.
In this class, we will define the terms Coaching & Mentoring and the difference between them. We will look at how they apply in the workplace. Following a definition of Coaching, we will look at a powerful coaching structure known as the GROW model and how to use it.
It's no shock that a large number of organizations make costly mistakes due to poor communication. Effective communication is critical for a leader - whether you are a seasoned leader or a new leader - to ensure the team is headed the right direction. Elizabeth gives the keys to effective communication. For all leaders, effective communication is an essential component of professional success whether it is at the interpersonal, organizational, or external level. Communication can make or break a leader. Join us and you'll learn: Different types of communication - verbal, non-verbal and written When to use each type of communication in your team Why documentation in email is important when giving direction
The objective of a sales presentation is that your customer will make a buying decision for your products or services. In this presentation you will learn what to present and how to present it so your customer sees you as the preferred supplier. You'll understand how to identify customer interest so you can make sure you're on target and modify if needed.
The class will consist of lecture and exercises designed to make students better public speakers by utilizing good storytelling techniques. Class content will include discussions on why humans have always been intrigued by stories, basic elements of a story, and useful storytelling techniques. The exercises will help students present a business presentation as a story by finding the 'plot' of any presentation, portraying the characters in a more intriguing manner, and using the elements of suspense and conflict in a way that is appropriate for a professional presentation.
Russ Terry
Career Development > Leadership
Recorded: Mar 12, 2014 at 08:00 am EDT
Are you a leader? You don't have to be in a supervisory capacity to lead (although it certainly helps). This comprehensive workshop will explore the qualities of a great leader. Through interactive teachings and case studies this workshop will explore the tools and techniques you need to rise above the rest and truly excel as a leader. This workshop will teach you to navigate different personality styles with confidence and create a leadership persona that people will gravitate toward. You'll also learn how to be proactive (instead of reactive) in working with others.
Your presentations skills are just as important as the information you are presenting. This course will help you prepare for a presentation and polish your speaking/presenting skills - the 3 part "Presentation Skills" course will teach you how to: 1) Getting Comfortable with Online Presentations and Public Speaking 2) Identifying your audience and structuring your presentation by creating or curating content 3) Framing your message in a context that will resonate with the audience with effective delivery methods
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