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How To Be a Confident Leader

Course Overview- based on book Pillars of Confidence

Do you feel in control even during out-of-control situations?

 

Your Core Values, your Inner Voice and your Outer Brand are the three critical pillars supporting your confidence and enabling you to deploy that confidence through all aspects of your life. Confidence not only makes you "feel" good, but it's also empowering!

 

Through the results of your own personal assessment, learn specific, laser-focused action you can take to guide you through key life areas and become more confident in your personal and professional growth.

 

·Personalized Confidence Assessment

·The Benefits of Being a Confident Leader

·Action Plan for Success in Six Key Life Areas

Bias and Leadership

Course Overview

We all have biases.  Ignoring certain biases can be detrimental to your organization from staff diversity to member retention to innovation. It’s important for leaders to identify and address their own biases head on and learn to foster an inclusive environment. 

 

In this session, we will start conversations to address this key issue.  In addition, understanding the eight areas of diversity, the Big 8, will create more inclusive hiring, greater understanding of staff needs and will foster a strong culture.

 

·Countering Bias in the Workplace

·Understand the 8 Areas of Diversity

·How to Foster an Inclusive Climate

 

15 Invaluable Laws of Growth

Course Overview

John C. Maxwell says in order to reach your potential, you must be intentional about personal growth. This training curriculum will help you understand how personal growth really works, and how you can develop yourself to become a more effective and fulfilled individual. You will learn how to build up your sense of purpose and become more successful in every area of your life. Come alongside John’s teaching in your growth journey to become the person you are destined to be!

 

Becoming A Person of Influence

Course Overview

How to Positively Impact the Lives of Others
Whatever your vocation or aspiration, you can increase your impact on others by Becoming a Person of Influence. Learn simple, insightful ways to interact more positively with others, and watch your personal and organizational success go off the charts.

  • Managers will see their employees respond with new enthusiasm

  • Parents will connect with their children on a deeper level

  • Coaches will see their clients blossom

  • Speakers will reach more people

  • Salespeople will break records

 

With influence, you can achieve success at home, at work, and in every other area of life.

 

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Course Overview

 “Only One Thing Stands Between You and Success. It Isn’t Experience. It Isn’t Talent.”

World-renowned leadership expert John C. Maxwell says if you want to succeed, you must learn how to connect with people. And while it may seem like some folks are just born with it, the fact is anyone can learn how to make every communication an opportunity for a powerful connection. In Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, we share Maxwell’s Five Principles and Five Practices to develop the crucial skill of connecting, including:

  • Finding Common Ground

  • Keeping Your Communication Simple

  • Capturing People’s Interest

  • Inspiring People

  • Staying Authentic in all Your Relationships

The ability to connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your full potential. It’s no secret! Connecting is a skill you can learn and apply in your personal, professional, and family relationships- and you can start now by taking this course!

 

Leadership Gold

Course Overview

Leadership Gold brims with nuggets of wisdom accumulated by John C. Maxwell during 30+ years of studying, practicing, and teaching leadership. Throughout these lessons, you’ll encounter John’s passionate belief in the value of leadership, and you’ll benefit from his unique talent for articulating principles of influence.

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