Leadership Skills Training
“Leaders are the people who do the right thing; Managers are the people who do things right” – Professor Warren G Bennis.
Glorious Mindmine provides Transformational Leadership Skills training in which we train individuals to become leaders who can create leaders. Glorious Mindmine believes a true leader is a person who creates an inspiring vision of the future.
A true leader is who inspires and motivates people to engage with that vision and manages effective delivery to get desired results.
Glorious Mindmine create leaders who possess skills needed to produce results with passion and commitment.
Glorious Mindmine create leaders who are an enabling force, helping people and organizations to perform and achieve goals.
• Integrity - the most important requirement; without it everything else is for nothing.
• Planning and prioritizing.
• Managing your time well and helping others to do so too.
• Reading good books, and taking advice from good people, to help develop your own understanding of yourself, and particularly of other people's weaknesses (some of the best books for leadership are not about business at all - they are about people who triumph over adversity).
• Achieve the company tasks and objectives, while maintaining your integrity, the trust of your people, are a balancing the corporate aims with the needs of the world beyond.
• Involving your people in your thinking and especially in managing change.
• Having an effective appreciation and approach towards key performers within the team.
• Being very grown-up - never getting emotionally negative with people - no shouting or ranting, even if you feel very upset or angry.
• Leading by example - always be seen to be working harder and more determinedly than anyone else.
• Fairness - treating everyone equally and on merit.
• Helping alongside your people when they need it.
• Being firm and clear in dealing with bad or unethical behavior.
• Listening to and really understanding people, and show them that you understand (this doesn't mean you have to agree with everyone - understanding is different to agreeing).
• Being decisive - even if the decision is to delegate or do nothing if appropriate - but be seen to be making fair and balanced decisions.
• Encouraging your people to grow, to learn and to take on as much as they want to, at a pace they can handle.
• Working hard to become expert at what you do technically, and at understanding your people's technical abilities and challenges.
• Smiling and encouraging others to be happy and enjoy themselves.
• Relaxing - breaking down the barriers and the leadership awe - and giving your people and yourself time to get to know and respect each other.