About the course
"What do leaders like Steve Jobs and Elon Musk have in common? Is it a natural gift? Is it training? Many claim that it is their charisma...Long believed to be a natural gift, charisma can be learned and expressed through specific leadership behaviors." –
Dr. George Banks
Demystifying Charismatic Leadership: A Research-Backed Strategy to Improve Emotional Signaling and Build More Effective Relationships
This session draws upon cutting edge, scientific evidence to deliver a set of trainable highly relevant behaviors and skills that comprise leader charisma. You will learn how to be more effective in delivering a vision, promote hope and optimism in your teams, and build effective relationships via emotion management.
This half-day program is designed for executives, managers/supervisors, and professionals from any industry who want to improve their leadership skills and gain insight and resources to help them manage emotions. Participants will leave this workshop with a clear plan to increase collaborative efforts and be more productive overall.
After attending this program, you will:
- Learn how to tap into the emotional climate of your audience to deliver an effective vision.
- Learn a three-step technique for crafting and delivering powerful messages (e.g., use of rhetorical questions, three part lists)
- Be able to direct more of your energy toward work, reaching goals, and driving value at your organization.
All course materials, breakfast, and refreshments are included with your registration. An email with additional program-related details will be sent to all participants prior to the program.
Dr. Gooty’s work is in the area of relationships and managing emotions in the leadership space. Her work shows that building and maintaining relationships is at the core of all leadership functions. Further, she posits and finds empirical support for the position that leaders are active managers ...
George C. Banks is an associate professor in the Department of Management in the Belk College of Business at UNC Charlotte. His research and teaching interests include strategic human resource management, leadership and team development, ethics, as well as research methods and statistics. Dr. Ban...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.