Develop my Leadership Skills | Executive Presence /Personal Branding
Is this you?
- I get passed over for leadership positions.
- I was told I don’t look like leadership material.
- I’m not taken seriously at work.
- I don’t have the same respect as my colleagues.
- I know I need to improve my personal branding.
- How do I fit in with the other leaders at my company?
- II don’t know what skills I need to improve.
- What skills does a leader need?
- I feel like an outsider at my job.
If this describes you, then our preparation program would be wonderful for you.
In construction, after the builders set the foundation, they are ready to frame the home. The frame of the home is its structure or skeleton. The purpose of the frame is to hold up the walls, roof, and floors.
Embracing who you are and knowing your life purpose serves as the foundation for a successful career. Your experiences, education, skills, and abilities are your skeleton system. You can refer to these sources to resolve the challenges and issues that leaders will face.
As the leader, your employees will look to you for guidance to meet the objectives you’re responsible for; whether that’s the objectives of your unit, department, division, region or company’s vision. Gaining specific skills and experiences is essential for effective leadership. And it’s important to communicate with authority, especially in times of crisis.
Our framing programs comprise two courses that serve a specific purpose: 1) Developing the skills essential for effective leadership, and 2) Enhancing your image to reflect that you are a qualified leader and risk-taker.
Where to begin:
If you’re unsure whether you possess the skills you need to be an effective leader, feel you’re unqualified or you want to lead, developing your leadership muscles is your answer.
If your colleagues do not take seriously you at work, overlooked for leadership positions, or you want to improve your presence, positioning for leadership is your solution.
To learn more, click on the image that best describes you (or click on the above links):