Public Training Schedule
Delivered in Indonesian
Period: June – December 2023
JUNE – JULI
Effective Project Management June 21 – 23 Jakarta
Effective Strategic Management June 28 – 30 Jakarta
Effective Procurement Management July 10 – 12 Jakarta
Effective Human Resources Management 12 – 14 July Jakarta
Effective Branch Management July 24 – 28 Jakarta
AUGUST – SEPTEMBER
Effective Performance Management August 10 – 11 Jakarta
Effective Negotiation Skills August 28 – 29 Jakarta
Effective Strategic Management September 20 – 22 Jakarta
OCTOBER – DECEMBER
Effective Human Resources Management 04 – 06 October Jakarta
Problem Solving & Decision Making October 30 – 31 Jakarta
Effective Branch Management November 20 – 24 Jakarta
Effective Project Management November 15 – 17 Jakarta
Effective Procurement Management December 11 – 13 Jakarta
Effective Performance Management December 14 – 15 Jakarta
An Effective Leader Is Courageous
Courage is the intangible leadership quality of which greatness is made. It is demonstrated when a person endures severe pressure, conflict or adversity with grace and dignity. All exceptional leaders seem to have their fair share of it.
How does someone acquire courage? There is no simple formula for doing so. Nevertheless, I have come to the conclusion that an individual’s continued courage under trying circumstances comes from spiritual strength. As Cicero said, “A man of courage is also full of faith.” Those who believe in God are better able to face adversity straight on and inspire others by doing so.
Let us look at some of the ways leaders demonstrate their inner strengths.
First, they do not suffer from the crippling need to be loved by everyone. For example, they are not afraid to say “no” to unreasonable requests and demands placed on them and to take positions on issue of importance. When such issues arise, courageous leaders do not remain on the sidelines by keeping quiet. Instead, they strongly express their opinions. Though they may be disliked and ridiculed from time to time, they continue to stand up for their beliefs.
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