When we visit various organizations, we almost always get a feel of the environment and its culture. Leaders often manage people, but not all managers lead. Great leadership is dependent upon the actions one takes rather than the position one holds.
This workshop primarily focuses on enabling an individual to assess their supervisory skills on Managing Self and Others.
Our life is all about “Do right things and Do things right”. What’s the right thing to do and when & how to do the right thing in the right way?
Everyone come across countless ideas that would improve their results, relationships, and the quality of their life. So why don’t they execute? The ideas by themselves aren’t enough.
Great leaders understood that the more unpredictable the environment, the greater the opportunity—if you have the leadership skills to capitalize on it.
We are least familiar with those risks hidden by our own risk management methods and strategies. The systemic and cultural aspect of latent risk underpins the more familiar risks that are often surface.