Career Success Begins with Leadership Jacksonville NC

We cannot touch and feel “leadership,” though we can see and often hear the results of it when it is effective or ineffective, of good character or poor ethics. There are literally hundreds of leadership programs available for executives, mid-level managers and new leaders.

Joblink Career Center
(336) 727-2450
516 N Trade St
Winston-Salem, NC
 
David Hall Career Conculting
(336) 499-8585
3447 Robinhood RD
Winston-Salem, NC
 
NASCAR Technical Institute
(704) 658-1950
220 Byers Creek Road
Charlotte, NC
 
Mullinix Steven Ph.D.
(919) 785-0384
4201 Lake Boone Trl
Raleigh, NC
 
Instruction for all Reasons - IFAR
(704) 442-9315
524 Jefferson Drive
Charlotte, NC
 
Aveda Institute Charlotte
(704) 333-9940
1520 South Boulevard Suite 150
Charlotte, NC
 
Superior School of Real Estate
(704) 944-4260
14825 John J. Delaney Drive Suite 240-15
Charlotte, NC
 
ITT Technical Institute
(704) 423-3100
4135 South Stream Boulevard
Charlotte, NC
 
J Michael Pope
(919) 489-5456
2903 Chapel Hill RD
Durham, NC
 
Joyce Richman & Associates LTD
(336) 288-1799
2911 Shady Lawn Dr
Greensboro, NC
 

Career Success Begins with Leadership

We cannot touch and feel “leadership,” though we can see and often hear the results of it when it is effective or ineffective, of good character or poor ethics. There are literally hundreds of leadership programs available for executives, mid-level managers and new leaders. Many of these address developing the abilities of leaders in the areas of strategic and critical thinking, enhancing relationships, negotiating, managing risks, people, change, conflicts and financials, making the right decisions, managing work-life balance -- all of which are no less difficult to transact than the technical skills required in any strategic leadership function.

But beyond fundamental academic or technical skills, people need to learn how to identify their strengths and combine those with their passions in ways that empower them to establish and achieve a vision for their lives. They need to learn how to manage their time and to set, pursue and systematically reassess their progress toward achieving goals that empower them to realize their potential. Equipping people with the tools they need to seize control of their futures is a powerful step toward securing a strong future for these individuals, and also our nations as a whole. The best solution to our countries’ problems lies in helping people, especially our future leaders, to learn to live reflective, purposeful lives.

Helping our leaders to learn and understand who they are is important. Through their triumphs and trials, they will have the processes and tools to know how to draw from inner strength and act with discipline.

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