Dale Carnegie Training

Confident, Assertive, in Charge: Developing the Attitudes of Leadership

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Nov 18—19, 2019
2 days
New York, New York, United States
USD 1895
USD 947 per day
Dec 9—10, 2019
2 days
Downers Grove, Illinois, United States
USD 1895
USD 947 per day
Dec 10—11, 2019
2 days
Tampa, Florida, United States
USD 1995
USD 997 per day
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About the course

Confidence is one the most important elements to being a compelling leader, and it all starts with attitude. This course explores ways to increase your visibility, approach new people, and most importantly, boldly deal with difficult situations with composure. Now is your chance to tap into your latent power, and unleash your inner attitudes of confidence and enthusiasm, eliminating all doubt of who’s in charge!

What You’ll Learn

You will practice being assertive without appearing aggressive when dealing with challenging circumstances. Learn methods to persuade others to your point of view, and maintain control of situations. You’ll learn to speak up confidently, gain the support of others, and release your inner leader!

Why you want to learn it

To achieve greater success and contribute more significantly to organizational goals, it’s important to increase your confidence and assertiveness. It’s your turn to take charge and exude confidence in yourself as a leader that makes others take notice. This course will banish self-doubt, and light the path to becoming a more decisive, self-reliant leader.

How it will help you

Not only will you practice methods to improve your confidence and assertiveness, but you’ll become so proficient that you’ll start to believe in yourself! This is a course that unveils the leader in you. You’ll catapult you from someone waiting in the wings, to a leader who stands front and center!

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