Motivating Your Employees
Standard Price: $ 225.00
Course Length: 1 day
Communication is a basic skill that affects all aspects of business life. Our words, gestures,
appearance, and body language all ‘speak’ volumes as to our intent, state of mind, and attitude.
Learning to recognize these conscious and unconscious cues, as well as paying attention to others’
signals, make us better communicators and leaders. Communication skills can be learned, and
Communication Skills for Leaders gives you the tools to get started. In this instructor-led course
you will learn about the nine behavioral skills for effective communication, and ways you can
improve in each area.
This one-day course will help teach participants: – What diversity and its related terms mean – To be aware of how aware they are of diversity and where they can improve – Understand how changes in the world can affect you and your view – To identify their stereotypes – What terms are politically correct and which are not, and why – The four cornerstones of diversity – What the pitfalls are relating to diversity and how to avoid them – A technique for dealing with inappropriate behavior – A management style to encourage diversity – What to do if you or one of your employees feels discriminated against
By learning the critical thinking strategies outlined within this book, you will make effective decisions based on careful evaluation, develop the best solutions to problems, identify key issues without getting sidetracked, and use critical thinking to write and speak with impact. It’s easy to fall into “thinking traps” such as emotional manipulation, deceptive reasoning and…
Leadership styles are different approaches by which a leader may fulfill his or her leadership role. In this course, you’ll explore three of the most well-known approaches to leadership styles and the benefits of using multiple styles. You’ll learn about situational leadership styles and when to use them. You’ll also learn how emotional intelligence relates to leadership and the six styles of leadership identified by Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence.
Virtual short courses do not include materials or headsets.