A class starts next week, meeting Thursday evenings in Indianapolis: “Leadership Training for Managers.” As the Dale Carnegie site describes the course:
The modern leader knows that it means developing the skills needed to motivate the modern team. These necessary skills can be learned through a leadership development training program, which is less stressful than being forced to learn the skills on the job. Working your way up the ladder, you’ve experienced numerous leadership styles from the previous generations of managers. With these new expectations, managers need to undertake new leadership development training strategies.
The course will benefit anyone who works with customers, team leaders, employees who work as a team, and managers who want to become better leaders. At the end of the course, you should be able to create a vision, develop strategies, know which risks are intelligent, influence people, empower others, and more.
This round of the course starts next week and meets for seven weeks, so if you can make it, don’t delay. Click on the above link to the Dale Carnegie Training website, call (317) 509-8477, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
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