Effective leadership in a small business requires knowing how to communicate with all elements of the organization, including employees, other managers, customers and investors. Each group may require a different communication style and leadership style. Leaders must be able to adapt based on the group they are communicating with at the time. Effective communication skills are an important aspect of any leader’s portfolio of skills and experience.
The course covers leadership, inspirational leadership, self-assessment and motivation, influence building, communication and organizational vision, leadership communication, leadership messaging, conflict and negotiation, emotional intelligence, leadership development plan and corporate governance.
Why should I take Leadership Communication certification?
This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression.
Earning Vskills Leadership Communication Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.
How will I benefit Leadership Communication certification?
The certification is apt for executives, supervisors and managers who want to move up the career ladder. Vskills Certification is a testament to your communication skills as a leader. Candidates can also widen their skills and knowledge about leadership and communication, the certification also help to find job opportunities in big companies.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
- Overview of Leadership
- Leadership Style
- Leadership Theories
- Recent Development in Leadership Theory
- Leadership Skills
- Wakeful Leadership
- Digital Leadership
- Inspiring Leadership
- Successful Leadership
- Strategies for Greatness
Self-Assessment and Motivation
- Self-Assessment for Leadership
- The Leadership Development Plan
- Influencing and Persuasion Techniques
- Influence and Organizational Politics
- Connect and Influence
- Influencing Others as a Leader
Communication and Organizational Vision
- Process of Communication
- Elements of Communication
- Effective Communication
- Barriers to Effective Communication
- Steps to be an Effective Communicator
- Why Leaders Need to Communicate
- Organizational Vision
- Techniques for Communicating Vision
- Communicating Vision
- The Role of Communications in Leadership
- Using Appropriate Leadership Styles
- What Shapes the Leadership Message?
- Establishing Your Credibility
- Clear and Credible Messages
- Persuading Your Audience
Conflict and Negotiation
- Overview of Conflict
- Types of Conflict
- Causes of Conflict
- Conflict Management Technique
- Negotiation and Conflict
- Negotiation Basics
- Preparing for the Negotiation Process
- The Seven Basic Steps in Negotiation
- Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement (BATNA)
- Tactics for Negotiation Process
- Emotional Intelligence
- EQ Domains
- Social Skills
- Improving Perception Competencies
- Using Self-management and Social Skills
- Emotional Maturity
Leadership Development Plan
- Assessing Yourself and Your Environment
- Setting Development Goals, Objectives, and Actions
- Evaluating Personal Leadership Development Plans
- Ethical Principles
- Ethical Theories
- Functional Business Areas
- Value Integrity
- Other Definitions
- Principles of Corporate Governance
- Corporate Governance Models around The World
- Legal Environment – General
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
- Codes and Guidelines
- OECD Principles