How to Become an Incredible Communicator and Influential Leader

How to Become an Incredible Communicator and Influential Leader

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Samex LLC - Online Mentoring Classroom

1800 Eastwood Avenue

Quezon City, NCR 1800


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In this leadership workshop, discover the keys to becoming an incredible communicator in the workplace and an influential leader.

About this event

Keeping your body language consistent with your verbal language is a good skill for becoming an influential leader. People respond to good leadership. Those who always seem to know the right thing to say, and have an incredible ability to get people to believe in them. However, this isn't the complete reality of what makes a great leader.

"A great person attracts great people and knows how to hold them together." - Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

Being a leader is about much more than being a strong verbal and non-verbal communicator. It takes understanding psychology, strategy and more. Ultimately, the best leaders are those who get results. And they do this by organizing and motivating a team of skilled professionals to get more accomplished by working collectively, than they would on their own. Your ability to accomplish this will greatly depend on how well you Motivate, Inspire and Encourage.

But where do you start?

To master this, and the other 4 core skills of leadership, sign up for this online leadership development experience.

Through this event, you'll learn how to:

Take Responsibility

  • Understand what's really involved with being a successful leader.

Build Emotional Intelligence

  • Learn how to strengthen your emotional intelligence, and how you handle the job of managing others

Motivate Your Team

  • Learn how to build a culture that reduces stress and inspires creativity

Build Your Communication Skills

  • Become more charismatic and command respect, while helping your team feel more valued

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