9 important Principles for becoming a great Team Leader
Basic experience in leading small/large teams
Willingness to practice and apply the learned principles
We do it every day, but leading people can be a daunting challenge. Do you want to boost your leadership skills and strength? Do you want to become a more competent leader who is persuading his or her team to come with you?
Congratulations! Leadership skills can be learned. Whether you’re leading small or large teams, there are simple but profound techniques for getting your team members on your side, your message across and the job done. This course will help you to build and upgrade your skills for your employee relations, communication, listening and delegation. It is designed for beginners and for people who already have experience in leading teams but want to exceed and become exceptional.
You will learn why praising your employees and appreciating your colleagues in public is important. Leadership starts with self-leadership and is a fundamental skill in every stage of your career and life. The leadership principles you will learn in this course also helped me on my journey to become a much more effective and efficient leader and manager.
I am Marcel Riemer, Executive Chef and Author with more than 27 years of experience in the international hospitality industry. I have cooked for countless people including presidents, top athletes and artists from all over the world. I led multinational teams of over 125 people in 11 different countries on 4 continents. Therefore I consider myself a “Global Leader.”
I have developed this course.
Start becoming a better leader now!
- Leading by Example
- Leading by Listening
- Leading by Communication
- Leading by Delegation & Empowerment
- Leading by Relating & Connecting
- Leading by Praising & Appreciation
- Leading by Emotional Intelligence
- Leading by Training, Coaching & Mentoring
- Leading by Inspiration
I am excited to see you in my course!
Who this course is for:
- Leaders and managers of small, medium and large teams (2 - 150 people)
- Anyone who seriously wants to become a better and more effective leader
- Students at any age