The world of work has changed, and new models of leadership are being employed to motivate and empower employees. Successful leaders can connect with their followers, and the relationship begins with the leader's ability to meet subordinates where they are and take them to new levels. This process can be achieved through effective counseling/mentoring /coaching. The course will address techniques employed in promoting confidence, healthy work relationships, and mental stability. Some of the topics discussed include active listening, conflict resolution, motivation and inspiration, constructive feedback, and mapping a course for behavioral change.
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