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“There are no born leaders” – this is the assumption in which the Program is based. Leaders are made, it is all a question of practice, guided and disciplined practice. Reason why this Program is very pragmatic, and action driven.
Identify and understand best leadership practices;
"Personal route Map " to practice leadership.
Sharing experiences is a key part of the program, and class discussions will be “conducted” in Team Coaching mode. Very interactive Sessions, through the realization of various activities in the room ("Value Cards"; "Inspiring Shared Vision"; "Strategy Game", "Broken Squares"; "Toss it Around"; "Where should I go") and didactic presentation of videos.
At the end of the Workshop, participants will be able to…
…recognize the importance of Values. You will have reflected on your own ones and you will be eager to, jointly with your team, define what unites you through the values. Having recognised the importance of Values, you'll be able to answer the following questions:
…know what defines an inspiring Vision and the process to build it together with your team. Having recognised the importance of building a Vision, you'll be able to answer the following questions:
…understand the relevance of Questioning everything around us and the processes to do so. Being a great Listener and allowing Challenge can only bring better results. To be aware that without risk taking, little can be achieved, and innovation is the name of the game. Having recognised that we live-in fast-moving markets, you'll be able to answer the following questions:
…understand that the Trust you place on those working for you is the basis of a successful team. When “space” is given to every team member, they usually surprise you. Developing their self-esteem and promoting their professional and personal growth will be the reward for this manifestation of confidence. Having recognised the paramount importance of Trust, you'll be able to answer the following questions:
…distinguish the real impact of recognizing the performance of others, of saying “thank you” and celebrating. When one enters the office, nothing is left at the door, the whole human being goes in, and it is this human being that must be taken care of, led from the heart. Having recognised the importance of Leading from the Heart, you'll be able to answer the following questions: