A 2-day learning fiesta, to start getting your team ready for change.
Relational leadership is a leadership model centred on people and how leaders relate and build trust in the organisation. With accelerating changes in the business environment, the importance of developing organisational social capital cannot be underestimated.
Relational leaders have the set of leadership skills to build high performing teams that are able to respond to changes, exceed targets and enjoy working together. Relational leadership is about people and results.
Relational Leadership is effective leadership, building high trust at work. This relational quotient is what differentiates good leaders from great ones.
Learn relational skills and build great team and organisational culture.
A two-day course, Relational Coaching will equip you to be a relational leader-coach. The relational approach builds trust. You will learn how to lead with the heart and mind in a way that builds people up, while producing results.
This course has been very beneficial and useful to me, in discovering my leadership style, through the SQI framework. The trainers are both very well-suited to conduct the course and professional. The training facility and training support/admin is fantastic too! Very impressed!
Charles Ng Senior Manager, MPA
This program has provided me with a greater insight. It allows me to know about my own leadership styles as well as my colleagues. With this, I am able to better understand how I should adapt myself while working with others of different styles. I also like how the facilitators shared about the element – "Feedback is a gift" in building a high trust culture.
Tan Mei Ching LH/EL, Jurong West Primary School
I found it quite beneficial by this program to provide several different perspectives about leadership skills, e.g. leader vs. manager, 4 types of working style, providing feedback etc. All these are very helpful for me to reflect what I normally did or missed during day to day management works, and abstract the key quality gap in transition from a good manager to a good leader.
Participant Country Head, Global Financial Institution
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