This event will be held 4th February 2016 in London.
It is necessary to develop more self-awareness, as both managers and leaders, in order to motivate our staff in 2016 and beyond.
Employees can no longer be told what to do. Now, as a manager, you have to influence their choices and assist them in reaching their goals. You do not direct; you win the team over to your point of view. You do not dictate; you inspire!
Leadership development is necessary to successfully take charge of your team in today's business world. This workshop will explore the importance of leading, not managing. As a result, it will make you a vital part of your organisation's future. Most studies highlight that when employees feel engaged with their manager and their company they give more discretionary effort. They go the extra mile for the customer, take more care with their work and also produce a better quality of work first time around.
Dale Carnegie are one of the world's leading organisations in providing practical solutions to get people more engaged.
In the two-hour session you'll cover:
· The Competitive Edge - What it is and how to get it
· Leadership Skills - How to motivate and inspire your people beyond financial rewards
· Communication Skills - Sharpen skills to avoid misunderstandings and costly mistakes
· Memory and Time Management Skills - How to improve your ability to recall facts and manage time to coach your team
· Stress - How to cope under pressure and how to turn this to your advantage
Mark de Stadler - Trainer & Senior Engagement Specialist at Dale Carnegie Training
Mark has a passion and enthusiasm for people development that is translated in his energy and desire to get tangible business results in the training he is involved in, making him a dynamic coach & mentor. He coaches participants to achieve breakthroughs and revels in serving his clients to unlock their potential.
Since becoming a Dale Carnegie certified trainer in 2011, Mark has worked to develop key long-term performance shifts in organisations and individuals across a range of sectors. Some of Mark’s current clients include Channel 4, Mount Anvil, Unilever, Citco and TripAdvisor, with whom Mark has not only trained but also coached, mentored and consulted throughout their Dale Carnegie experiences.
Mark has a strong background in sales and sales management. He had already excelled in the sales arena by 2009, when he joined Dale Carnegie Training in London. As a Dale Carnegie Engagement Specialist in the UK, Mark has worked within a wide range of different sectors that include: Oil & Gas, Travel, Finance, Retail, Advertising & PR, Banking and Managed Services.
Trainer Certification & Education:
Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc. - Licensed Core Competency and Presentations Trainer at Dale Carnegie. Mark predominantly delivers in the areas that cover Presentations, Sales, Effective Communication and Management. Mark graduated from Cape Town Peninsula University in 2003 with a BA in Public Relations.
English, Afrikaans, French (limited proficiency)
Recruitment International VIP Club has a whole host of benefits including bespoke learning events brought to an intimate group to allow real insight into the specific subject. These events will be hosted every other month and will bring our members bespoke learning opportunities not available elsewhere.
If you are not currently in our VIP but would be interested in joining please contact Teri Etherington: teri@Recruitment-international.co.uk for more information
Throughout 2016 we will be holding a number of events for our VIP Club. These events will be aimed at all individuals within a recruitment agency starting with consultants who are moving into a team leader or management position and moving right through to those being appointed to the board.
The events will all be half day learning events where delegates will have the opportunity to discuss challenges they are facing in a relaxed environment within their peer group.
Leading the events will be speakers with extensive experience coaching, mentoring and working within the recruitment sector.