Leadership Development Training Programs and Seminars
Apply DC Psychology to develop leaders through the Unique AND Effective Training Methodology
Each DCI leadership development training program is designed by global top 10 leadership guru Arthur Carmazzi and incorporate the latest in Practical (NOT Academic) leadership development! Check out our Flagship Leadership Development Training program: The Hero’s Way
- Middle Management
- Senior Management
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The DC Change Management Training is designed to affect the emotions , cooperation and commitment of your people by affecting organizational culture. The end result is leaders who can create visible changes in the attitudes and interactions of employees and a more effective culture. The Change Leadership process incorporates proven methods that affect Culture and have created positive change in numerous organizations and this course provides clarity of “How” the Organizational change will be Effectively Implemented
Creativity without Action is Nothing! To achieve Innovation we must create an environment where people feel safe to express and act on their ideas. This Workshop develops leaders who can nurture innovation centered environments the advance organizations to the next level of competitiveness.
This Program expands a leader's ability to design and sculpt organizational culture and nurture employee attitudes through that culture. This leadership Training helps Senior leaders identify key influences in the organization and inspire them to help transform organizational culture foundations to improve engagement, motivation and personal effectiveness.
The King's Apprentice Leadership Challenge based program over 5 days in Bali where each team of leaders is given a village to manage. Each of the villages have a few hundred people and have a specific trade, i.e. wood pillars, silver smithing, picture frames. Participants need to make a 5 point difference in 5 days with limited resources. Each of the 5 challenges reflects the multiple facets of leadership and leadership psychology, they are: