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Next Step Leadership

2-Day program

Présentation du cours

Communicating with your team to engage and motivate them is without a doubt one of the most necessary capabilities a manager needs to have. Although difficult to measure it, the potential to impact the bottom line is also tremendous, both directly and indirectly. For example, in a tight labor market like Japan, increasing job satisfaction of your employees allows you to reduce employee turn over which can have a strong impact on the P&L of any organization.

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Ce que vous apprendrez

Understand the difference between a leader and a manager / Increase your ability to memorize and strengthening relationships / Strengthening relationships with others and motivating them Recognizing the Potential of your team members / Delegation(Growing a team member through delegation)/ Problem Analysis And Decision-Making / Controlling Stress / Creating a vision and an Action Plan as a leader / Announcing and Committing to an Action Plan / Proposing it to your company

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Pourquoi vous voulez l’apprendre

Leadership communication involves a wide range of interactive elements. Leaders are constantly making an impression on their listeners, positive or negative. In order for leaders to make the best possible impression on others in their organization and outside it.

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Comment cela va vous aider

We focus on building the leadership skills that have the biggest impact on engagement and motivation, including delegation, creating and communicating a vision, and controlling stress.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie