The 6 fundamental characteristics of charisma and the role they play in effective leadership.
How to build and strengthen your charisma 'muscles'.
How to avoid transforming from a charismatic leader into a narcissistic one.
The two words charismatic leaders use to drive success in their organizations.
Recent statistics show that one third of leadership attributes are innate traits, thereby debunking the old adage that leaders are born and not made, and validating the vital organizational learning practices of leadership development. Great leaders are often equipped with charismatic personalities and while leadership skills can be assessed and increased; how can the seemingly inherent trait of charisma be developed and deployed?
The best training grounds for developing leadership charisma is to improve managerial communication. Often times the manager is may be new to the roles and responsibilities and it is in the best interest of the organization to quickly identify any areas that may require improvement. Charisma is inextricably linked to communication, and through careful development of employee communication skills, there is bound to be an effect on an individual’s perceived charisma.
While leadership is not exclusive it is something that is hard to define and develop, so while it may be a tried and true method to develop leadership charisma from the top-down, the truth lies in the fact that all employees possess leadership traits, and each and every one of them deserves an opportunity to showcase their charismatic leadership qualities. Through this webcast, leaders will learn how they can develop their charisma to help connect and engage with their employees to ensure the collective success of their organization.