We strongly believe that the quality of people’s performance depends on the quality of organizational leadership. Executives and senior leadership not only determines people’s performance, but also their self-esteem, self-worth and personal well-being. After breakthroughs in lean manufacturing, finance, information technology, and business strategy, organizational leadership is a major opportunity for performance breakthroughs: creating tangible value and measurable and achieving sustainable business growth through leadership growth.
Lead organizations start with the difficult (tangible) and soft (intangible) leadership realities of your organization. We work closely with key decision makers at the operational, strategic and executive levels to develop and deliver effective training solutions designed to realize the full performance potential of your organizational leadership.
Some of our offerings under Lead Business training solutions are:
Emotional Intelligence is the ability to recognize and regulate emotions. Those with this ability are more likely to avoid miscommunication, reach consensus, manage stress and resolve problems effectively. This program explores the principles of EQ and EI. Through a variety of interactive activities, participants learn how to develop their ability to recognize and manage emotions.
Women in Leadership
We all know that there is a difference between achieving diversity in leadership roles at a level that accurately reflects the gender balance in society and actual statistics for women in leadership positions. There are many theories as to why this gap exists – the purpose of this course is not to discuss the issue – but to provide insights and strategies to overcome restrictive behaviour and attitudes that may deter you as a female leader and a range of practical tools to help you achieve leadership potential.
Diversity & Inclusion
This program is designed to start a dialogue around diversity. The program discusses the value of diverse workplaces, anti-discrimination laws, stereotypes and assumptions, tactics for dealing with uncomfortable situations, and intention against the effects of behaviour. It also focuses on generational differences, how to recognize them, and how to leverage them on a team. The program covers key topics, tactics for adapting to the needs of different groups, and the dangers of stereotypes.
Imagine having the ability to grab the attention of a group of people, connect them with your goals, and compel them to change in some way. If you can do this largely successfully, how can you and your organization benefit?
The design of the program is such that participants will learn how and when to use stories, storytelling models, storytelling mistakes, and practice delivery skills.