Bring your Team to the next level by training how to use emotional intelligence and effective communication
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IS THE REAL POWER OF A TEAM
BECOME THE LEADER EVERYBODY WANTS TO HAVE
To become a top-notch leader who is trusted and respected by his or her team, you have to know how to make a positive impact on others. You also have to be aware of the way your leadership style affects and triggers the performance of your team.
Are you ready to go that route?
As a certified coach in Neuro Linguistic Programming, I will take you through all of the steps to be that leader. Questions? I will answer them. Need one-on-one? You got it. Still doubtful? Let’s talk.
Invest in yourself
THIS IS WHAT YOUR TEAM WILL ACHIEVE
When you are self-aware, you always know how you feel, and you know how your emotions and your actions can affect the people around you.
Leaders who regulate themselves effectively rarely attack others verbally, make rushed or emotional decisions, stereotype people, or compromise their values. Self-regulation is all about being in control of your self.
Self-motivated leaders work consistently toward their goals, and they have extremely high standards for the quality of their work.
For leaders, having empathy for others is critical to managing a successful team or organization. Leaders with empathy have the ability to put themselves in someone else’s situation. They help to develop the people on their team, challenge others who are acting unfairly, give constructive feedback, and listen to those who want to speak.
If you want to earn the respect and loyalty of your team, then show them you care by being empathic.
Leaders who do well in the social skills element of emotional intelligence are great communicators. They’re just as open to hearing bad news as good news, and they’re experts at getting their teams to support them and be excited about a new mission or project.
Leaders who have good social skills are also good at managing change and resolving conflicts diplomatically. They’re rarely satisfied with leaving things as status quo, but they don’t sit back, relax, and make everyone else do the work – instead, they set an example with their own behaviors.