Small business owners are often reluctant to spend their budget on training, especially with the current state of the economy. But leadership training can have huge benefits for small business and be well worth the money it costs. If you’re considering training for your staff then take a look at just how leadership training could benefit your small business.
Why choose Leadership Training?You can’t underestimate the value of good leadership training for small businesses. Great training can completely transform the way you staff work, leading to increased productivity and efficiency and happier staff.
Leadership training can help you understand the needs of your business better and which makes setting goals and reaching them a lot easier. Take a look at just a few of the benefits of leadership management training for small businesses.
Thursday 28th February was a really good day for Equinox Coaching. Performance -1 came to my centre to experience my horse led leadership training in East Sussex.
I have found it quite hard to find people who share the same values as Equinox, regarding Leadership Training, but Performance 1 are a forward thinking Leadership Consultancy for whom integrity, authenticity, trust and respect features highly in their training. READ MORE
If asked what makes a great leader, most of us would find it hard to define the subtle mix of skills it takes – and with very good reason. The majority of human communication is non-verbal and the most successful leaders have honed their skills to be able to say what they need to say without even opening their mouths.
Those of us considered ‘natural leaders’ are just able to develop their non-verbal communication skills more readily, but anyone can take steps to improve on the inherent skills that every human has.
If you’ve ever sat down after a leadership training day and wondered whether what you learned was really worth the money you spent, then you simply haven’t thought out of the box when it comes to training. Believe it or not more than 90% of human communication is non-verbal, which is why many of us find it so difficult to remember what we’ve learned when traditional teaching methods are used.