Human-Centered Leadership is an approach that puts people at the center – their talents, strengths, psychological safety, or concern for their level of mental strength and resilience. If you, as a leader, put people first, then here are the trainings to help you do so.
An effective 21st-century leader is one who not only ensures that the team gets the job done, but also that every team member feels included. What competencies do we need to develop to become an inclusive leader? What does an inclusive leader dare to do? At ETTA, we’ve been supporting leaders to build teams where people want to work for many years – check out what we can support you with.
In organizations, representatives of 4 generations currently meet in teams. Differing expectations and lifestyles can create a lot of tension, both between team members and in adapting management styles to meet individual needs. At ETTA, we help leaders understand these differences and modify their management styles to make intergenerational collaboration a pleasure.
Building an effective virtual/hybrid team, effective remote communication, conducting online meetings, and keeping employees engaged – these are the challenges global leaders face today. We know this because we have been working side by side with them for more than a dozen years. Gain the competencies of the future with ETTA.
The transition from specialist to leadership level requires the acquisition of new competencies. This is specifically true today, where the process is online in most cases and the leader does not personally know the people he or she will be managing. This requires not only establishing authority but also building trust and maintaining commitment – something we work on in our ETTA training.
Managing makes a leader face the necessity to build authority and consciously create their personal brand. An additional challenge is managing a multicultural team whose employees have different expectations of the boss. This is what we work on during ETTA’s virtual workshops.