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Good leadership is not about you. It's about empowering others through your presence and making sure your leadership inspires them even when you're not there.

Does that sound familiar?

The more trustful the working environment you create is, the more successful you will be in practicing this form of leadership.

Then this training is for you!

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But what is actually meant by empathic leadership?

(Empathy has nothing to do with sentimentality, à la “I’m fine, you’re fine.”  )

How should you deal with mistakes?

(Successful teams don’t make quantitatively more errors than others.)

How can you make sure your colleagues trust you?

(Trust is based on three factors)

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Dorothee Mayer-Vorfelder
Dorothee Mayer-VorfelderHead of Online Marketing, Telefónica Germany
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"Exactly how Kai Boyd describes the basic problem in approaching difficult conversations is how I have approached them so far. My perspective is the right one and I have to convince my counterpart what he has done wrong and get him to do it better and in my sense. Unfortunately, too often a one-way street. With the clear framework of the 3 level strategy I could directly solve a conflict and avoid the hardening of fronts. The training is authentic, entertaining and has good exercises that reinforce what was taught."
Dr. Ferdinand Mahr
Dr. Ferdinand MahrSenior Vice President, Product, ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE
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"Kai Boyd has helped me ensure that my team now communicates better and to the point. It has perfected the way we work together."
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"Kai helped me to understand and optimize my leadership and decision-making behavior. Because only those who know their personal preferences are a decisive step ahead."
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"Working with Kai has given me extremely important impulses for optimizing my leadership behavior, which have proven themselves and paid off several times in my everyday life! Using concrete, practically applicable approaches, Kai conveys holistic understanding of leadership topics and helps one to reflect on oneself."
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Alexander MoggPartner, Deloitte Consulting
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"Kai is an expert in remote team collaboration and remote leadership. He has quickly enabled our team to collaborate virtually but highly effectively with our clients."
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"Kai's tips were always very helpful and I was able to integrate them well into my everyday management. The content is presented in an understandable way and with many practical examples. That has helped me."

Leadership means creating conditions in which co-workers can develop their full potent

The first step in this is to get to know your team members as well as possible, which is achieved through active listening.Which questioning techniques have you had particularly good experiences with?

Secondly: those who use their personal strengths are more efficient, more motivated, more successful and more resistant to stress; ask about these strengths in development meetings and redistribute tasks accordingly.

Which strengths in the team surprised you?

Thirdly: Psychological safety— the conviction that you can take interpersonal risks in a team — is central to performing well.

  • How have you strengthened psychological safety in your team?
  • For example, what has been your experience with the Positive Gossip exercise?
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Fifth: Empathy is a key competency for leaders; it breaks down into emotional, cognitive, and social empathy.

What has been your experience with this lesson? Which empathy type do you feel is a particular strength of yours?

Sixth: Modern leadership thrives on the personal responsibility of co-workers; if tasks are delegated, it is important to clearly define the desired degree of freedom, from prescribing all steps to handing over responsibility.

Which degree of freedom works best for you (and your team)?

Seventh: If you want to lead like a coach, you need to consider three strategies: offering support only when the co-worker is ready for it, clearly naming the supporter role, and adapting your own input to the person’s needs.

What experiences have you had with coaching approaches to leadership?

Learn about your trainer, Kai.

Kai Boyd has been a leader, trainer, and facilitator since 1989. He helps leaders and their teams work together effectively, trustfully, and with ease. This involves each one of them—in their respective roles and as people. Genuine, personal attention and tailor-made formats enable clients to unlock their potential and discover their synergies.

This graduate industrial engineer, managing director and former management consultant knows his clients’ requirements from many perspectives. He works systemically and is strength and solution oriented. Leading both international teams, and work and academic programs in the USA and the UK enable him to always contribute to the global perspective.

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