Monthly Leadership Development Programme: 19th September 2019 (Thursday), 8:30 am – 1 pm
Techniques for Managing Personality Styles [featuring Dr. Kim Alyn (top left)]
“Treat others the way you’d like to be treated.” Virtually every corner of the world is aware of this Golden Rule.
The problem is, when it comes to leading people – with different personalities, backgrounds, and talents – sometimes the Golden Rule needs to be broken. We need to manage, motivate and treat others the way they want to be treated. Dr. Kim Alyn can help.
Dr. Alyn is a popular international speaker, a best-selling author, and a specialist in inspiring leaders to achieve more in their lives and their careers
- Examine Dr. Kim Alyn’s four personality styles and their traits, strengths, and weaknesses.
- Understand your personality style and the personal style of others.
- Discover ways to adapt your personality style to work effectively with others.
- Learn ways to accentuate strengths and reduce weaknesses on ourselves and the people we lead.
How Leaders Shape Decisions [featuring Kyle Craig (top right)]
The essence of leadership is making decisions. Decision making is the process of identifying and choosing among alternatives based on values, preferences, biases, and beliefs. Leaders are constantly required to evaluate alternatives and make decisions regarding a wide range of matters.
Kyle Craig is a seasoned CEO and expert in decision making and leadership
development. Kyle has been involved in a broad spectrum of executive positions in his 30 years of business experience, including being the Executive Vice President of Burger King, President of Kentucky Fried Chicken, Chairman and CEO of Steak & Ale and Bennigan’s Restaurants, and Executive at PepsiCo.
- Have greater insight into decision making as a learned process.
- Understand how to apply efficient and effective decision making tools and models.
- Be better equipped to understand and influence the decision making processes of other individuals and groups.
- Recognize how to avoid traps and pitfalls in the decision making process.