Leadership is central to any organizational success. Without direction, businesses cannot grow and build opportunity. Here in New Jersey, it is important that the quality of leadership grows every day. It is a tough position to be in. Continuous improvement is a team sport and every one across the organization has the opportunity to be in a position of leadership at any time.
Companies today operate in a collective leadership environment. All aspects of success must be grounded in reality as we head more deeply into 2014. Employee engagement encourages an active degree of listening and leadership. Workers are making decisions alongside formal management for the benefit of the entire team. Employees are not told what to do like in the past. They are more involved in decisions and problem solving.
Leadership Training for Managers is being offered in Hamilton NJ starting on Tuesday March 4. This important training program benefits anyone who interacts with internal or external customers, project team leaders, employees who serve on teams, or managers who want to enhance a variety of other interpersonal skills through leadership team development in the efforts to achieve outstanding results.
The course outline includes:
- Developing personal leadership
- Defining the performance process
- Understanding innovation
- Problem analysis and decision making
- Communicating to lead
- Committing to continuous improvement
- Celebrating success
Registration is ongoing and very simple to do. Click here to attend.
March 4, 2014 – April 15, 2014
Every Tuesday for 7 Weeks
08:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey
1 AAA Drive, Suite 102
Hamilton, New Jersey 08691
Course #: CJ14LTM05
The challenges and wisdom of growing leadership skills come together for both opportunity and success.
If you have any questions,. Call us today! 609 631 0500
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