Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Leadership - People Skills

Leadership - People Skills

Inspire your team and be a better leader


Book two or more of your team to attend the same course on the same day and save!

Simply use discount code "Group" when booking online.

  First Booking Subsequent Bookings Example Booking for Two
Member (Early Bird) $990.00 $810.00 $1800.00 (saving $180.00)
Member (Standard) $1090.00 $810.00 $1900.00 (saving $280.00)

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Who’s this course for?
​Advanced: Analyse, Create and Evaluate​ 

If you’re already in a leadership role, or looking to step into one soon, this two-day course is a must. It will help you grow your talents as a leader and develop the people around you to reach their true potential.

What you’ll learn:
The greatest leaders have an emotional connection with those around them. They inspire people and give them the support they need to reach their potential. This course is based on Haddo D’Audney’s research and consequent book on people skills in leadership. Applying his findings, you’ll acquire a new approach to leadership and reach your goals. Fully exploring the people side of leadership, this course shows you how to ​emotionally connect with those around you and achieve more in your organisation. It also includes best practice from today’s high achievers.

After, you’ll be able to…

  • Use your increased understanding of leadership to manage the emotional aspects of leadership effectively
  • Display exemplary personal characteristics, leadership style and people skills
  • Better manage conflict and stress
  • Coach and mentor team members more effectively, becoming a more empathetic and intuitive leader
  • Motivate your team to achieve whatever is required of them.

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