Today’s leaders in the workplace are very different from those even 20 years ago. Good leaders now do not simply tell employees what to do, but they influence their choices and assist them in reaching their goals. They do not direct — they win the team over to their point of view.
Leadership development is necessary to successfully take charge of your team in today’s business world. The Leadership Training for Managers course offered by Dale Carnegie Training of Southeast Michigan will teach you how to stop managing and start leading, and, as a result, make you a vital part of your organization’s future. This course will help you build your team’s leadership fundamentals, which will ensure you are more than likely to have a bright career path ahead of you.
The days of assuming that a good manager is also a good leader are gone. Clear distinctions are being made between the two. In this management leadership training course, you will learn the differences between managing and leading.
This course meets for 8 weeks for four hours each week. The first class is Tuesday, April 5, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. in Troy, Michigan.
This course will also teach you how to:
- Create a vision, a common ground
- Develop strategies that make things happen
- Take intelligent risks
- Influence people to follow you
- And much more
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