Creating a compelling vision, effectively communicate it, and get commitment those involved.
Leadership involves creating a compelling vision, effectively communicating that vision, and helping people understand and commit to it. Leaders inspire themselves and others towards success. To do this a leader must believe completely in their mission and know what they need to get it done. They are future facing and goal orientated. Leaders demonstrate congruence. They walk-the-talk. Good leaders are perceived by others to be at their best most of the time. Leaders develop strong relationships with the people in their teams. They understand the people in their team and are thereby able to make big requests of the right people, inspiring them to aim and achieve above and beyond. People respond to leaders they believe in, who they are engaged by and who make it clear what is expected of them.
Leadership skills are not innate, they are learnt. Consequentially, developing leadership skills is imperative to the life cycle of a business. Great companies recognise this need, enabling many people to provide leadership as part of their day-to-day role and responsibilities. This is one step to ensuring that many people in a business have on-going, practical leadership experience. Team building and experiential learning both play an important role in a well-rounded on-going leadership training program.
Our range of experiential learning programs highlight key leadership skills in a relaxed and informal way. Leaders at all levels from C-suite to departmental managers develop and enhance skills that they can apply to day-to-day situations to get the best out of their teams. Team building programs also play another vital role for leaders. They are a great way to set up relaxed social dynamics, mix it up with a group, get involved, share their passion and most importantly to be seen as human - someone capable of having a relationship with.
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