Do you want to strengthen your leadership skills?
- Do you wonder if you have what it takes to be a leader?
- Is leadership one of your personal or professional aspirations, but you wonder where to start?
- Do you feel you could demonstrate stronger professionalism and personal leadership in what you are doing right now?
- Are you in a leadership role because of your professional expertise but struggling with the “people side” of your role?
- Do you find particular kinds of colleagues or team members hard to manage?
- Would you like to work on the “team atmosphere” to create a climate that encourages your team to do their best work?
Enhancing your leadership skills can help you to:
- Clarify whether you want to pursue a leadership role
- Identify a path of progression towards the leadership role you aspire to
- Understand your leadership style along with potential strengths and weaknesses
- Develop strategies to manage different kinds of employees, helping them and you to flourish in the process
- Create a team atmosphere that is healthy for you and your team, improving well-being and productivity
- Develop a more effective leadership style
- Improve interpersonal or communication skills
- Find work/life balance
- Expedite priority setting and time management
- Enhance presentation and networking skills
- Deal with conflict and learn conflict-management skills
- Strengthen self-confidence, assertiveness, and well-being
Why are leadership skills important?
Being in a leadership role comes with responsibility. When we feel pushed into a leadership role without the skills and support required, it can erode our existing skill-set and our confidence as a leader. By developing personal insights and strategies for effective leadership, we can learn to feel more competent and at ease in the leadership position, helping ourselves and colleagues to thrive.
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