Objective and benefits of attending
The challenge in leadership is that the leader needs to get the results expected with limited resources. Managing people can be a daunting task when you have people with diverse motivations, skills set, attitude, knowledge, personality etc.
While doing the above, the leader needs to manage between preferred natural leadership style and the style best suited achieve business outcomes. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the key differentiator in doing this successfully while staying authentic.
This 2-day workshop is based on Daniel Goleman’s 6 Leadership Styles and aims to equip you with:
- Clear identity of self as a leader
- Identify, appreciate and use your natural style where appropriate
- Identify, appreciate and flex your style when necessary
- Identify your EQ strengths to drive results and maintain relationships
- Acquire tools that will enable you to flex your style comfortably
Leaders who want to bring out the best results in themselves and in those they lead.
Effective Leadership = Results
Identify what makes you an effective leader for your current role
The EQ Leadership Styles (Why, When & Who )
Visionary, Coaching, Affiliative, Democratic, Pacesetting, Autocratic
Identify, appreciate and choose the style that matters
The Effective Style vs Preferred Style
Why does this matter for the leader
The Emotional Intelligence Factor
The competence that will drive your results and retain your integrity as a leader
Leading with Neuroscience
Using science to lead with clarity
Understand Motivation to thrive at the workplace
- Level’s of Leadership
- Trust Equation
- EQ Leadership Styles
- EQ Competencies
- Emotions and Decisiosn Making
- Understanding Motivation
- Leading with purpose
Frequently Asked Questions!
An effective leaders needs to bring the best out of a diversed team , which means that one may not work at any one give moment
These are style to nring the best out of people and align them to results of the organisation
No, it means that you manage differently when needed to bring the best out of your people, respectfully