Step In & Step Up
A Workshop for aspiring leaders
Presented by David A Hughes DTM
“Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.” – Warren Bennis
“How far you rise in Life is in your hands”
Live your dream
Engage your team
Achieve personal and team goals
Develop and grow
Excel at leadership
Repel Fear of failure
Satisfy your needs
Have a good time
Inspire your team, and
Prepare for any challenge
In this experiential and interactive workshop you will practice:
To be a good leader, you sometimes need to go down the path less travelled. Being bold in the face of uncertainty will help give your team courage and motivate them to keep striving when the going gets tough.
If learning is an important part of leadership, then it follows humility is an essential attribute as well. After all, you can’t learn new things if you cannot admit you’re a work in progress. Be open to recognising your own faults, so you can grow as both a leader and a human being.
Listening To Your People
Your people are your greatest resource; listen to their feedback and encourage their dreams. You never know where your next great idea will come from, so empower everyone up and down the ladder to contribute and innovate.
Striking a Balance
Being a good leader is a balancing act. Your leadership strategy should never rely on just one type of management. It might at first feel like walking a tightrope, but soon balancing multiple leadership attributes will become second nature, and allow you to lead in multiple dimensions.
To be a great leader, there’s no such thing as a challenge too big to handle. Once you adopt this attitude, your people will follow suit, and every problem will present an opening for greater achievement.
“You don’t lead by pointing and telling people some place to go. You lead by going to that place and making a case.” – Ken Kesey
Leadership is about people.
Leadership is about getting things done together.
Leadership is about working with people like you.
When you are an effective leader, lots of people will like you.
L ive your dream
Step in to Life and Step up as a credible, athentic and knowlegable Leader
E ngage your team
Be a Servant Leader, Share the Vision, and give your team something to aim for, let them have autonomy, mastery and purpose
A chieve personal and team goals
Set the direction, articulate the goals, delegate, and mentor everyone to reach positive outcomes for all
D evelop and grow
Ask lots of questions, self assess, know your strengths and weaknesses. Ask for feedback and constantly work on your weaknesses.
E xcel at leadership
We lead people and manage tasks. Know the difference
R epel Fear of failure
If you never fail; you’ll never learn. FEAR – False Evidence Appearing Real
S atisfy your needs
You can’t look after others if you don’t look after yourself
H ave a good time
Have fun, enjoy what you do. People with the most are no more likely to be happier than people with the least. People who are happy with what they have, are happiest of all.
I nspire your team
Dream big dreams. Have a vision; articulate the vision, and share the vision with your team. Persuade them of the individual benefits for all in realising the vision.
P repare for any challenge
You have talent and abilities. Your team have talent and abilities, together you can overcome any challenge. Believe you can.
Distinguished Toastmaster, Author, Speaker, and communications coach.David Hughes
Travels the world and satisfies audiences from diverse backgrounds with his entertaining and informative syle.Author Name
Dave Hughes is a master communicator, coach and mentor to speakers of all ages. I’ve watched and heard him deliver simple and complex presentations to audiences and I’m always blown away, by his style, knowledge and professionalism.Harry Lew
David has proved himself as an excellent leader having achieved high honour awards from Toastmasters District 73. However the hallmark is in how he is viewed by his fellow members and here David has also excelled. David is sought out by members for advice and personal coaching at all levels of competition and personal development.
I highly recommend David as a distinguished leader.Terry Barridge