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Action-Centered Leadership - Developing Effective Team Leadership Skills What is this seminar about?

At the heart of John Adair leadership philosophy is the three overlapping core responsibilities that identify your role as a manager.

This course has been developed to provide you with the skills to apply the three-circle model at a practical level and benefit from the results. The course will give you the opportunity to understand the nature and practice of good leadership in such a way as to make you a more effective leader, colleague and team member for the benefit of your business.

Who should attend?
The Adair Leadership Foundation has been specifically developed for team leaders and managers that understand the value both personally and professionally of developing practical leadership skills

Competencies Addressed

Attending this training program will:
  1. Highlight the qualities which make a good leader and help you identify personal goals which you can use as an on-going personal development project back at work
  2. Introduce you to the key principles of Action Centered Leadership which has been developed from 30 years of research and development by John Adair
  3. Explain how to facilitate a structured review of individual and team performance back at work
Topics covered What leaders do……
  • Functional leadership
  • Stand Back and Watch the Leader in Action
  • Leadership and motivation
  • Why Follow Me?
  • Leadership in action
  • Leadership film
  • Leadership behaviour
  • Examining leadership in action
  • The buck stops here!
  • Leadership styles
  • Impacting your business
  • Action-Centred Leadership in action!
OUR PARTNER IN INDIA FOR ORION, JOHN ADAIR 's ACTION CENTERED LEADERSHIP AND ROPES
www.aspect9consulting.com

www.edwarddebonoindia.com

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