Corporate Training

Each of us has our own unique style, or leadership style. When we interact with others who have a similar leadership style, communication is relatively easy. When we deal with others who have different leadership styles from ours, communication and cooperation can be challenging.

The most important element of working across different leadership styles is our flexibility; our willingness and our ability to see things from the other person’s point of view. [Read More …]

Exceptional communication skills and the ability to convince others to your way of thinking make the difference between good and great leaders.

Pure communication builds trust, credibility, and respect. One reason is because when you fully communicate, instead of trying to compose your response, the result is a relevant and on-target response. What you say is proof of how well you listen. [Read More …]

The fact is, however, that Teams are here to stay. They are a part of the corporate and organizational culture and when conducted and led effectively, can have a huge positive effect on an organization.

Regardless of the complexity of the Team, proper planning is essential to strengthen, shorten, enhance, and maybe even eliminate some members. Team Effectiveness helps you to indicate, instruct and intervene with the day to day operations of your teams.[Read More …]

Many organizations express dismay over their team members’ lack of basic, acceptable business etiquette and manners. This is often due to people being promoted into executive or other positions where they must represent the organization in a socially acceptable way.

In many cases, they have never learned proper business manners. The important message is that good manners are about making other people feel comfortable and being confident in a business or social setting representing your organization. Professional Development helps [Read More …]