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Who should attend
Executives leading diverse individuals or teams whose ability to mobilize the talents and efforts of others directly affects the successful achievement of company goals.
About the course
Enhancing your leadership effectiveness through a better understanding of what really drives subordinates, peers and superiors
This program responds to the increasing demands on executives to enhance their leadership efficacy through better connections with subordinates, peers, and superiors. Psychological research offers many insights into human behavior, and we will apply these to your everyday behavior as a modern executive, helping you to build foundations for productive relationships, recognize what motivates both yourself and others, and learn the most effective ways of working with a range of individuals. Supported by research, you will discover how you perform as a leader using various methods
The number of participants will be significantly lower than in the standard executive education course in order to encourage active involvement and ensure personalized attention to each participant’s needs.
- Understanding better the principles of human behavior within organizations
- Increasing acceptance of your ideas and work requests
- Establishing more productive working relationships
- Gaining insights into your own leadership motivations and behaviors
- Emotional and social competencies of leaders
- Handling psychologically challenging work-related situations
- Dealing with necessary evils
- Overcoming internal barriers to change
- Facing adversity with resilience and perseverance
- Leadership styles
- Why should anyone follow me?
- Tasks of a leader
- Personality and leadership
- Leadership styles
- Leading discovery vs. execution
- Psychology of necessary evils
- Group coaching and reflection day
- Psychology of change
- Psychological intelligence in practice
- Subjective well-being
- Leadership and career development
Prof. Konstantin Korotov joined ESMT European School of Management and Technology in August 2005. He received his tenure in 2011. He is the director of the ESMT Center for Leadership Development Research (CLDR), which he co-founded with Prof. Manfred Kets de Vries. Konstantin received his PhD in ...
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