Leadership Training Skills
Leaders make things happen
Our leadership training in London helps give people the confidence and authority to make a real difference in their organisations.
Leadership is hard to define but you know when you see it, and you definitely know when it's missing.
Who should attend leadership training?
You may have some people who have had to step up a level to take on a new leadership role.
You may need them to demonstrate the kind of leadership behaviours that others aspire to.
There may be managers who have to take the next step and go beyond being good (or even excellent) managers, to become inspirational leaders.
All these groups can gain significant benefit from leadership courses.
Your company may be planning or undergoing big changes and need people to ensure those changes are made as smoothly with as little anxiety as possible.
Good leaders can help make this happen.
If you have members of your organisation ready for promotion (or perhaps you are creating new leadership roles) then, they too need to develop their leadership skills and understand what the next level of leadership means for them.
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Leadership Training Programs
We run a variety of courses to help managers and aspiring managers develop skills for leadership.
Our coaching skills training offers an interactive and experiential approach to learning the essential skills for coaching as a manager.
It is ideal for managers at all levels who want to empower and motivate their team.
This covers 'hard' negotiation, such as negotiating business contracts, debt, or a salary increase.
And 'soft' negotiations such as deciding who's going to do what in your team; or handling staff conflict.
To be effective the process has to suit the style of the person doing the negotiation.
One of those areas about which a huge amount is said, but about which there are numerous questions.
What exactly is a leader? What are the skills of leadership?
And can you take someone who isn't a natural leader and turn them into one?
Many companies are waking up to the fact that people can't always work alone.
They need support, guidance and nurturing.
To help with this, organisations are putting mentoring programmes like this one in place.
The trainers train the staff. But who trains the trainers?
This intensive programme works on increasing skills and confidence, whilst also looking at how to create a dynamic training environment.
This is a great course to top up even the best of training skills.
Leadership Training London