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Effective leaders command respect. They get results from people by direct communication that provides clear instructions. People are drawn to the force and style of outstanding supervisors.

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Effective leaders command respect. They get results from people by direct communication that provides clear instructions. People are drawn to the force and style of outstanding supervisors.

Most team leaders waffle. They avoid confrontation and back down in the face of conflict. Average supervisors gloss over details and accept shady performance standards.

The great ones demand your best. Gravitas is a Latin word that conveys the serious intent of Centurions in the Roman legions. It is also the root of our word “gravity” which implies life and death seriousness. The law of gravity never wavers or makes exceptions.

A modern business leader who embodies gravitas need not fear the outcome of a thousand encounters. He or she recognizes the absolute consequences of every action and decision. Such a leader is the most obedient servant to the principle of natural consequences.  

Great leaders measure twice so that they only have to cut once. They think deeply and follow the ancient instinctive intelligence that enables people to drive under adverse conditions and face great danger with sublime peace of mind.  

It takes a firm hand to complete extraordinary projects with ordinary people. Learning by doing is the only way to develop the courage and special communication skills necessary to earn the respect and compliance of effective teams. This event applies behavioral rehearsal, role-play and voice training to master the serious commitment required to inspire commitment to high performance.  

This is a Master’s level course for managers, leaders, and entrepreneurs who want to produce outstanding results in business. Take your people skills to the next level by joining us for this advanced business training. 

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