Much leadership development is flat-out wrong. Feel-good principles such as “authenticity” make for good motivational talks, but aren’t grounded in reality. This leadership development course, however, relies on data, and my leadership training at elite schools such Columbia Business School and the Kellogg School of Management.

I was a Vice President for a Google-accelerator startup, a Division Director in Toastmasters, and a Global Manager for PlayStation. I also held numerous leadership positions for startups of varying sizes.

This leadership course pulls from my direct experience and solid academic and expert sources such as a leading leadership researcher at Stanford Business School.

Key leadership topics:

  • Executive Presence with Gravitas

  • Team Management for Maximum Effectiveness

  • Team Leadership Skills

  • Soft Skills & People Skills

  • Communication Skills for Persuasion

  • Change Management Process

  • Data-Driven Leader Development

  • Business Communication Techniques

  • Effective Communication

  • Management Training

  • People Management

  • Management Skills

  • New Manager Training

  • Manager Development

  • Business Management

  • MBA Leadership Training

  • Influence & Persuasion

  • Business Psychology

  • Negotiation Techniques to Get What You Want

  • Time Management

  • Personal Branding

  • Power & Politics in Organizations

  • Getting Promoted & Earning More Money

Become a highly effective and successful leader using proven leadership principles! Learn how to rise the corporate ladder, build effective teams, get promoted, gain power, and lead organizations in 2022.

Buy this leadership development & management training course today.

“One of the best leadership development courses”

Strategies, tactics, and execution for managers, leaders, and those aspiring for leadership positions in organizations large and small.

Dekker Fraser, Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University &

Leadership Essentials at Columbia Business School in New York City

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