Leadership Training for Managers
Our world has changed. Today, every manager is expected not only to be an effective leader but also a coach and mentor. Most of us are more comfortable on one side or the other in the leadership/management scale. Balancing of the skills between leadership and management is the focus for all managers and leaders today.
It is important to examine the balance between what we are doing today vs. what we are leading others to do. How can we identify and leverage our leadership style to be the best we can be in order to get the best results for ourselves and our organization?
In this session, we examine the lessons we have learned about leadership and the beliefs we form as a result of those experiences. We identify the Five Drivers for successful leadership. We identify the roles and responsibilities of a successful leader and realize that our opinions and ideas about leading others shape the environment in which we work.
Dale Carnegie’s leadership methodology is built around the premise that people support a world they help create. How well your leaders demonstrate their abilities to get that support and engagement from their colleagues and team members can impact your future leadership success. Dale Carnegie Leadership Training for Managers focuses on these five drivers for successful leadership: Self-Direction, People Skills, Process Skills, Communication Skills and Accountability.