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Leadership

One of the biggest challenges facing companies is the management of disintersted employees.

We no longer live in an era when giving simple orders that are to be obeyed is sufficient. Today, the most educated of employees ask themselves the meaning of what they do and why they do it. They want to work and create value, they look for meaning in what they do and seek the fulfillment of their highest individual values.

In order to do so, this requires an engaging and relational leadership method, which entails purpose, priority, productivity and distributed power. Establishing productive relationships with employees is the top priority for entrepreneurs, directors and managers, since employees are the most precious resources a company has: creating and maintaining value.
Companies that manage to create high levels of involvement in key people are able to increase productivity and performance outcomes.

When goals are not just financially-based but instead focus is put on the purpose and meaning of everyone's work, employee involvement and commitment increases as one is able to capture their inspiration, thus generating a unifying magnetic force.

The main purpose of a business is not its value to shareholders, but, instead, it should serve its employees and the interests of its clients. This is the wisest way to meet the interests of long-term shareholders.

Leaders are respectful, agreeable and use effective communication; they transform their words into actions. Leaders surround themselves with people who are driven by goals and, once their mission has been assigned, take on a role of responsibility that increases company productivity.

The purpose of a leader is to inspire, engage and empower their employees by generating energy and empowerment.

True leaders are those who are empowered to become more communicative and transparent, less exclusive and controlling, and lead by example. Indifference in management is expensive, hostility is unacceptable and arrogance results in the company having to pay a high price.

 

Who is it for and how does it work?

Who is it for and how does it work?

Quantasia designs targeted courses for Entrepreneurs, Directors and Managers, politicians, professors and for anyone who has an influential, managerial or control-based role in human resources.

A Leadership course is multidisciplinary and includes Neuro-Emotional Alignment, relational education, increased self-confidence, stress management techniques, effective communication and Mental Coaching.

After a preliminary meeting a careful analysis of the needs and objectives of the Client is carried out and a specific course is proposed.

We generally recommend a medium-term course consisting of several meetings in order to achieve tangible and long-lasting results.

Clients are followed by expert Coach Claudia Vece, H.C.S. ® Coach Expert (Human Cybernetic Science), S.A.N.E® Coach Expert (Neuro-Emotional and Expert System) and NLP. The Coach is also an FSEA-certified Adult Trainer and consultant.

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