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High Performance Leadership

- High-Performance Leadership a highly interactive result’s driven workshop on leadership offering participants the opportunity to strengthen their leadership skills, sharpen existing strengths, and acquire new ideas. Moreover, this workshop offers participants practical tools and techniques to become High-Performance Leaders.

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Dale Carnegie’s nine ways to High-Performance leadership

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Che cosa imparerai

Objectives • Lead and motivate others with Dale Carnegie’s high-performance leadership principles • Coach individuals for cooperation and improved performance • Know the difference between being a Boss and a Leader • Lead and engage the three personality types: • Achiever • Vacationer • Hostage

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Perché vuoi impararlo

– To handle life’s daily challenges. Having leadership skills allows you to find opportunities in all of life’s situations and to be a leader to others. To achieve daily life goals one must depend on their leadership skills. Leaders know their way; they do not follow the crowd.

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In che modo ti aiuterà

Leadership skills are important traits to possess for displaying leadership skills will help you throughout your career, especially with clients, peers, upper-management, and employees. Many successful individuals rely on their peoples leadership abilities when it comes to making important decisions that impact their team, department, division or company. Understanding the importance of leadership skills helps you set the tone for your organization and inspire others to be committed rather than compliant.

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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