This article explains beautifully why Leadership Training that focuses on self awareness is not a waste of time and it will enhance your leadership. “Research suggests that when we see ourselves clearly, we are more confident and more creative. We make sounder decisions, build stronger relationships, and communicate more effectively. We’re less likely to lie, cheat, and steal. We are better workers who get more promotions. And we’re more-effective leaders with more-satisfied employees and more-profitable companies.” Harvard Business Review.
It also explains why you need understand the internal and external self-awarenessare both equally important in your leadership of others and your well-being.
Our courses here at Strategic Self Awareness don’t talk in hypotheticals, only real data and can be used to enhance your external and internal self awareness. You can book a course here.
Self Awareness Leadership Development Activities (SALDA’s) are designed to help you discover your reputation, by allowing you to hold up the mirror to see your behaviours in action. Our leadership training courses involve a comprehensive 360 feedback report and debrief, Hogan Personality Assessments, Adventure Activity and finally cohort feedback to help design workplace strategies to move you from good to great as a leader. This is a world class process, and is our niche market. Our flagship SALDA courses are a unique point of difference and will make a real change in behaviours within your organisation.
The key components to our unique courses that help to create a lasting impact –
These key ingredients combined together in specific environments make our SALDA’s a powerful tool. Leaders will truly understand their leadership impacts on the organisation after completing a course.
“All of this brings us to conclude: Leaders who focus on building both internal and external self-awareness, who seek honest feedback from loving critics, and who ask what instead of why can learn to see themselves more clearly — and reap the many rewards that increased self-knowledge delivers. And no matter how much progress we make, there’s always more to learn. That’s one of the things that makes the journey to self-awareness so exciting.: Harvard Business Review