Three Leadership & Management Day Workshops will be hosted at our Birmingham centre by industry expert, Nigel Girling. The dates of the workshops are:
15th January 2019 | Building Resilience as a Leader £190
16th January 2019 | Know Yourself: Understanding Your Impact as a Leader £190
17th January 2019 | Presentation for Leaders £190
Building Resilience as a Leader – 15th January 2019
In the 21st century, leaders are subject to more pressure and face higher expectations than at any other time in recent history.
With well-being becoming a frequently-heard phrase and a national focus on mental health in society and many workplaces, it is essential for a leader to understand the implications and to become more resilient. Resilience isn’t about becoming impervious to stress or anxiety, but more about learning to find enjoyment in pressure, using it to fuel growth and growing your ability to bounce back from obstacles or even failure.
Know Yourself: Understanding Your Impact as a Leader – 16th January 2019
As a leader, you affect everything around you, including the lives of the people you lead and of your other stakeholders.
Understanding your personality, behaviour and preferences so that you can finally see yourself as others see you is an important first step in adapting your approach and shaping your impact.
Presentation for Leaders: Great Ideas and Big Mistakes – 17th January 2019
One of the most important skills any leader – or aspiring leader – need to master is the ability to engage an audience. Whether that’s at a company meeting, with a leadership team, a board presentation, a client meeting or a training session – the leader must be able to get a message across in a compelling and interesting way, that captures the attention of a room.
And yet, more than 75% of people report this as their darkest fear. It causes nervous tension, sweaty palms and headaches for so many of our leaders – even discouraging people from trying to gain a leadership role. Meanwhile, some lucky people seem to command a room just by walking into it and can hold an audience almost effortlessly in the palm of their hand. It isn’t really luck. There are techniques and skills that anyone can learn to use to become an effective presenter. This course is the first step.