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Tuff Leadership Training

Tuff Leadership Training trains managers in a style of leadership, leadership training, that produces motivated, responsible employees and self-reliant teams.  20140812_0668

We will put you through intense leadership training in common, challenging management scenarios and provide substantial personal feedback.

We’re experts in handling difficult conversations, conflict management, group development, cooperation and leadership.

Practical leadership training is much tougher than learning theory; putting new skills into practice and having the courage to drive change is even tougher. And perhaps the hardest, toughest thing a manager can do is exercise the kind of leadership that is based squarely on trusting the capacity of his or her staff.

”Tuff” is Swedish for ”tough”. Swedish managerial models have been successful through the decades and throughout the world. Our ideas are radical and new, also to Sweden. But we are proud of our Swedish origin.

That’s why we’re called Tuff Leadership Training!

Next seminar: September 22, in London

Stop motivating your employees!

Welcome to an informative practical seminar on how you can be an empowering efficient leader … who doesn’t have to motivate your employees. 

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Thousands of managers and HR-representatives, in Sweden and all over the world, have attended this introductory seminar on leadership and gained a deepened knowledge of today’s management paradigm and the new emerging ways of looking at leadership and motivation.

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What our clients say

A potent way to turn ineffective teams and unconducive working climates into functional and effective ones. 

  Maria Carlén, HR director, AMF

 


Our tough assertion

Sound leadership requires something we can’t manage – It’s easy to fall into the trap of playing offices and managers. Instead of being yourself, with all your flaws, you continue to play a role from which you find hard to escape. And the embarrassing thing is that everyone knows you’re just pretending.