The difference between a leader and a follower is vision. No leader ever needs to ask where they are going, but every leader should listen to ensure their followers know the end goal. But, if you don’t have a vision for the future or understand the vision of your superiors, you’re going to struggle to get anywhere. Likewise, even if you have a vision but can’t communicate it using the language of leadership, people are not going to follow you.
Leadership has changed over the years, whereas once leaders were expected to bark orders and followers were expected to obey them without question, the modern workforce requires a sound leader to have emotional intelligence, persuasiveness and decisiveness.
If you find you’re lacking in vision, if your team are not following your lead or you simply want to improve your leadership skills and ability to manage people, in this three-session course taught over three weeks you’ll learn:
Richard’s skills and tuition are invaluable and a ‘must’ for anyone in an organisation that deals with people.
Richard’s human behavioural knowledge is invaluable. His explanations of how ‘mixed metaphors’ can confuse staff allowed us to redesign our mission statement from the ground up. He’s the exact type of level-headed person you want on the board.
As the CTO of a cryptocurrency consultancy I struggled to motivate our younger employees. Richard’s understanding of the Millennial and Zoomer mindset was exceptional.