Corporate Training

Leadership: Innovation and Creativity

Creativity is the ability to imagine new concepts or combine existing ideas in new and different ways.  An old idea that was not applicable in the past might become practical if the factors that made it irrelevant have changed.  These changes could be in the details of the idea or in the situation in which it is to be applied.

Target student

Open to all.

Program objectives

After completing this course, you will know how to:

  • Appreciate creative thinking, and identify the steps in the creative process.
  • Prepare mentally and physically to be creative, and increase creativity.
  • Develop creativity in organizations, and use creativity to generate ideas and solve problems.
  • Recruit and retain creative individuals, and maintain a creative environment.
  • Organize creative teams, conduct creative team sessions, and brainstorming sessions, and use creativity to solve problems.

Leadership: Team Participation

team is a group of people who are brought together to meet a specific set of goals or
Objectives.  Teams consist of two or more individuals who coordinate their efforts in
Order to attain a set goal.

Target student

You will get the most out of this course if you are a manager, supervisor, or team leader
Who wants to improve your teamwork, team communication, conflict resolution, and decision-making skills?

Program objectives

After completing this course, you will know how to:

  • Organize teams in the workplace, identify the roles and responsibilities of a team member, identify team goals, and work with different personality types.
  • Communicate with a team, identify the factors affecting team communication, and
  • Use supportive and effective communication.
  • Identify how verbal and nonverbal communication work together, use active listening skills and respond productively to input.
  • Identify the need for and causes of conflict; its sources, types, and effects; and how power affects conflict.
  • Resolve and handle team conflicts, and understand and use different conflict resolution styles.
  • Identify rules for collective decision-making, the elements of team decision­ making, and use different decision-making methods.
  • Prepare for and use the consensus process, and overcome challenges to it.

Leadership: To be a Better Leader Go To the Movies!

Learning Powerful Leadership Lessons through Cinema

Imagine if you had the skills to actualize your passion to lead. How much difference could you create in your environment?
We know that real leaders could make a significant difference to organizations, and to individuals. Unfortunately, not everybody is excited about becoming a much better leader. Far too many of them simply don’t ‘get it’.
Business skills, alone, are not nearly sufficient in today’s hyper-competitive world.

Try this entertaining but innovative approach to leadership training. It is great for managers and executives that have “training exhaustion”. It is a phenomenal way to stimulate attentiveness, generate discussion, and imprint learning.

  • We use stories and narratives, among the most powerful for transforming performance.
  • We highlight different leadership activities in a fascinating way.
  • We may feature a few of the past’s most famous leaders, like Nelson Mandela, Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, and John F. Kennedy.

We don’t go for violence, political, or inappropriate subject matter. People from all walks of life will feel comfortable.

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