5 - Day Leadership Challenge
Confident Leadership in 5 days
Without leaving the floor
Increase confidence by helping your supervisors and managers learn how to effectively lead their teams using motivation, decision making, critical thinking, power and authority and performance management with the 5-day leadership challenge. Using accelerated micro learning techniques your team will learn valuable new leadership skills in only 5 days without ever having to leave the floor.
Confident Leadership in 5 days
Would you like to be more confident in your leadership role? Maybe you’d like to know how to deal with difficult team members or understand performance management a little better? Maybe you find it difficult to motivate or you’d like to be taken more seriously in your role. That’s exactly what the Luxury Academy 5-day leadership challenge will help you do.
With our simple 5-day leadership challenge, you will get the latest training on how to increase your leadership confidence using accelerating micro learning techniques. And you can learn it without even leaving your department.
The 5-Day Challenge provides:
- 5 daily training videos you can quickly watch and implement each morning.
- 5 daily challenges you can implement and work on each day.
- 2 live online zoom class with focussed leadership topics and challenge accountability.
This challenge is an easy and fun way to quickly and permanently improve your confidence in your own leadership abilities.
"Increase your leadership confidence in 5 days"
- Leadership 5-Day Challenge
I can do this...
One of the biggest challenges in leadership is self-belief. The belief that you have the ability to lead, the understanding even though you are nervous, you can do it.
Too often we promote people to leadership positions and expect them to lead. “Congratulations, from Monday you’re a leader, now go lead”. Sounds funny when you put it like that, but this is the introduction many get to leadership. And this sink or swim approach is unfair.
In five days you can equip your managers and supervisors with more confidence in themselves and their abilities.
5 Days - 5 Topics - 5 Tasks
Being Perceived as a Leader
You now have the job title, you might even have excellent leadership potential.
But these on their own don’t give you a leadership demeanour or a leadership presence. How seriously you’re taken as a leader depends entirely on how others evaluate you.
Todays Challenge: Creating your leadership presence
What's Your Style?
Understanding and knowing which leadership style to use in a given situation is the first step to successful leadership.
Today we challenge you to define your own leadership style and decide if it’s the best style for you in your role as a leader. We all have a default style we fall back on, what’s yours?
Todays Challenge: Discover your leadership style
Power and Authority
Power and authority sound like the same thing, they’re very different.
How they’re used can define the difference between a powerful leader and an overbearing dictator. Which are you more inclined to use in your own leadership?
Todays Challenge: Using different power types
Dealing with Poor Performance
How exactly do you know if different members of your team are solid performers, under performers or strong performers and what impact does it have on the team as a whole?
Today we will use a system used by Fortune 100 companies to measure performance.
Todays Challenge: Using the performance matrix
Managing a Happy Team
Motivation is difficult and rarely are we shown how to do it. As leaders we’re simply told to “motivate your team”. To many that means incentives or bonuses.
But science tells us that this kind of motivation doesn’t actually work.
Todays Challenge: The power of recognition
Live classes last approximately one hour and take place over zoom on Wednesday and Friday. They are an excellent way to get feedback and to dig deeper into more complex subjects.
- Monday: The power of critical thinking
- Friday: The very real trap of bias
Meet your tutor
Paul Russell is an international trainer and speaker with approaching 20 years of experience working with some of the world’s most recognisable international brands and companies.
Paul is co-founder and managing director of Luxury Academy London which specialises in luxury skills development across the world.
Paul was born and spent his formative years in Mumbai India where he was privately educated by a team of three international tutors until 12 years of age. At twelve he was sent to England to complete his education and A-Levels at boarding school
Paul holds a BSc, MSc and Doctorate in Workplace Psychology.
Paul regularly features in the media and has been interviewed by Sky, BBC, ITV, Times of London, Daily Mail, Entrepreneur Magazine, Family Office Magazine and Luxurious Magazine.