Self-Leadership for Busy Go-getters in the Digital Age
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 1 hours | Size: 1.02 GB
How to Manage yourself, Embrace Change and Win at Life and Work
What you’ll learn
Learn the four essential mindsets for self-leadership
Feel confident in how you show up at work and home
Build a wide array of practical tools to become more balanced and effective
Reclaim your time and learn to own your day
Gain actionable self-management skills to decrease stress and boost your resilience
Understand how tech and globalization have changed the face of leadership and how to adapt
Willingness to do an honest self-review of your home and work life
Patience to change an old behavior as you build a new positive habit
Be familiar with or willing to try guided meditation
Experience (+/-) leading a team, kids, siblings or a community group
Management guru Peter Drucker once said that a leader is successful when able to lead one person correctly: themselves.
It follows that the relationship you hold with yourself is the most powerful of all-whether you are an executive, manager or parent.
So this course will help you succeed at the most important cornerstones of life as a leader:
Your relationship to yourself
your time management
You’ll be introduced to proven practices and fast-track solutions that will empower you to get what you want in a busier, complex world.
Come learn to say "no" to stress, "yes" to results and "really well, actually" to others when they ask how you are… and mean it.
So expect to finish this course feeling refreshed, with new tools to win at work and home.
Being in charge has never felt this good.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants more life balance without sacrificing results
Leaders in charge of a team, organization or community – online or off
Entrepreneurs looking to build practical skill sets and boost creativity
Individuals interested in conscious leadership, meditation and wellness
Parents who want to win some of their time back, but still be present at home