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Discretionary Effort Leadership: How to Increase Charisma and Influence to Build Dynamic Teams

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Discretionary Effort Leadership: How to Increase Charisma and Influence to Build Dynamic Teams

Time: June 20, 2018 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016
Street: 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016
City/Town: Aurora
Website or Map: https://goo.gl/DHUjU2
Phone: 18883008494
Event Type: online
Organized By: Training Doyens
Latest Activity: May 25, 2018

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OVERVIEW

Each person is born ethnocentric, or believing that other people and events revolve around them which is generally true for the first few years of a child's life. The focus of activity for a growing child is inward. 

Some people carry this inward, self-focus into adulthood. These people, so overly concerned with their own well-being in a self-centred way, never learn the secrets of influence. Successful people, who want to have the power of persuasion, turn their circle of activity and interest outward.

They expand their interests and focus to be as conscious of the people around them as they are of themselves. They develop what we call, charisma.

This charisma gives them tremendous power in building dynamic teams and in interactions with colleagues. 

As you develop charisma with the points taught in this webinar, you will become a Discretionary Effort Leader.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND

It is natural for managers to have trepidation when delegating, discussing projects and in other ways getting employees to fulfil their tasks and follow direction. 

Add to this the uncertainty that comes with choosing words that inspire and get team members moving toward goals and building dynamic team relationships.

This webinar enables you to replace uncertainty and apprehension with belief in your abilities as you create an authentic and authoritative presence when interacting with your employees. 

Included are fundamental principles of integrity that make you a leader employees can trust plus tips for overcoming workplace pessimism and expressing your opinion in impactful ways that moves the people and projects forward.   

The information is systematized in logical and natural steps that give you real help--not just theoretical rhetoric.

Sign up today and overcome self-doubt with confidence. You will become a Discretionary Effort Leader.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Develop your charisma and people will want to follow you. They will want to be part of your team and they will be influenced by your opinions and suggestions. You will become the leader they CHOOSE to follow, not HAVE to follow because of your place on the organizational chart. This is a key component in becoming a Discretionary Effort Leader

WHO WILL BENEFIT

Anyone in a leadership position, anyone who wants to have more influence, and anyone who wants to build a dynamic team will benefit from this webinar.  This information is a critical component of getting results when you manage and lead others. The following titles will benefit:  

  • Team leaders
  • Office Managers
  • Project managers
  • Executives
  • Sales managers
  • Customer service managers
  • Directors
  • Assistant directors
  • Marketing managers
  • Account managers
  • Business development managers
  • Finance directors
  • HR directors

 

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