The 7 Sacred Teachings in Leadership Development - Manitoba Customer Contact Association

The 7 Sacred Teachings in Leadership Development

The 7 Sacred Teachings are a set of lessons on human behaviour.

This series is designed for leaders with a focus on incorporating cultural values into their workplace.

Each module will explore one of the 7 teachings and how to apply it in the context of leadership roles. 

  • Humility is a key characteristic of Leadership
  • Wisdom in Communication and Accepting Accountability
  • Respect in Navigating Conflict
  • Courage through Emotional Intelligence
  • Honesty foundational qualities to Building Trust as a Leader
  • Truth never changes. Truth teaches us the ability to Adapt to Change.
  • Love – The drive for stronger Employee Engagement and the invitation to be a better leader.

What you will learn:   

  • The meaning of the 7 Sacred Teachings
  • How these teachings apply to leadership attributes
  • The importance of leading with humility 
  • Effective strategies for overcoming communication barriers      
  • How to be an accountable leader and inspire personal accountability
  • Your Emotional Intelligence strengths and weaknesses

What you will gain:

  • Tools to assess your leadership style
  • The ability to recognize conflict management styles and how to be fluid in choosing the style that best suits the situation
  • Stronger relationships with the understanding of the 5 characteristics of Emotional Intelligence
  • An appreciation of how cultural values can influence our workplaces in positive ways

Attending our workshops gives you:

  • Tools and techniques to be more efficient and effective in your current and future roles.
  • New and upgraded skills, best practices, and strategies you can begin to use the minute you get back to your workplace.
  • Increased productivity and effectiveness.
  • Up-to-date trends and developments in the workplace.
  • Fresh ideas and insights gained from networking with other like-minded professionals across Canada.

Dates: September 26, October 3, October 10, October 17

Time for all sessions: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm | in-class delivery at 1000 Waverley Street

Registration Fees:

Members: $650

Non-Members: $950

To register for this session contact [email protected]

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