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Enlightened Services An Enlightenment Campaign Self Mastery Skills: For the Corporate Driver A programme of business success Self Awareness Personal Skills Communication Styles Business Skills Minimising
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Enlightened Services An Enlightenment Campaign Self Mastery Skills: For the Corporate Driver A programme of business success Self Awareness Personal Skills Communication Styles Business Skills Minimising Conflicts Success Strategies From Selfworth to Networth One can have no smaller or greater mastery than mastery of oneself. Leonardo da Vinci Self Mastery Skills: From Selfworth to Networth For the Corporate Driver: Self Mastery Skills: From Selfworth to Networth is a unique program from the stables of ENLIGHTENED SERVICES, which addresses the Self in the Master. A lot of times we encounter masters & professionals who seem to excel in the knowledge of their craft but fail to sustain these heights because of a poor perception/lack of self mastery skills, on an understanding of themselves, which help to provide the uniqueness needed for the attainment and continued sustainance of true professionalism in the work or business environment. Self Mastery Skills: From Selfworth to Networth for the Corporate Driver brings to the fore the importance of the drivers in any organisation, and how by improving their selfworth the organisation s Networth is improved. Self Mastery Skills: From Selfworth to Networth: At the end of the training programme, it is hoped that the corporate drivers would have acquired excellent driving and unique professional skills capable of making them function effectively, even like Personal Assistants to their bosses (for MD drivers) during periods (especially weekends) they work more closely with their bosses. Why Self-Mastery Skills for Corporate Drivers? Consider This: 1. Corporate Drivers are one of the biggest brand ambassadors for every organization. We dare say that they are arguably the first point of contact of potential clients to your organisation before the well trained smiling receptionist at the front desk. 2. The Corporate Driver is the most likely to relay his misgivings about his company to the driver of the your competitor. 3. The Corporate Driver is likely to be the first employee to be involved in a fracas outside of the office. 4. The Corporate Driver is likely to be the first to physically assault another colleague at work. 5. The Corporate Driver is most likely to know about the escapade of the Executive outside office hours, and broadcast the story. 6. The corporate driver is arguably the least trained in an organization. 7. Even when the Corporate Driver is trained by the organization, emphasis is on Driving improvement/enhancement/defensive Driving skill rather than the personality of the driver. 8. The average corporate driver has a low self esteem, which distorts his personality. 9. It might seem like an incredible & illogical statement, but it s true; traditional driver training does not prevent crashes. 10. There has been a realization that the driver's exercise of choice and level of risk taking behaviour rather than physical skills, are of paramount importance in safe driving. - Thomas Higgins - NRMA (National Roads and Motorists' Association, Australia). Objectives of Self Mastery Skills Training for Corporate Drivers To transform drivers from people who are Looked down on to people who are looked up to. To make Drivers see the importance of their profession, and the need to uphold it. To transform Drivers by changing their outlook on life. To change the Driving Culture of Nigeria, one driver at a time. From Selfworth to Networth From our experience with dealing with drivers we have come to the conclusion that the biggest problem with our drivers is not a lack of driving skills or experience (who is more experinced that a bus driver that takes to the road 14+ hours a day and 6 days a week), but a lack of personal and interpersonal skills arising from: low self esteem, low self worth, low self appreciation Poor understanding of the dignity of labour Poor understanding of the importance of their work & contribution to the organisation. Poor appreciation by management of their contribution to the company s successes. At the completion of the course organisations would be assured of: Increased productivity Reduced Driver conflicts at work Better projected company image Fewer company car accidents Enlightened Services, through our specialised training, we strive to teach our trainees self mastery skills than can transform the ways they: See and Think about themself Relate with others Carry and comport themselves with dignity Listen & react to issues We will also provide them better understanding of their profession, which would help them uphold it better. Selfworth to Networth training Mr. Ade the Person (Personal Improvement) Self Mastery Skills Understanding my personality, Goal Setting, Attitude & Emotion (including Self Sabotage), Willpower, Focus Self Management Skills Self-confidence, Emotion Regulation, Stress management, Resilience, Forgive & Forget Skills, Persistence Essentials For Drivers Health Men s health, Work related illnesses (especially Driver related illnesses), Illness prevention tips, Demystifying common myths, Health is Wealth. Interpersonal Skills & Communication Interpersonal Relations, Verbal Communication, Non-Verbal Communication, Personal Appearance, Effective Speaking, Listening, submissiveness/assertiveness Soft Skills Teamwork skills, Time management skills, Listening skills, Empathy, Proactive Interaction, creativity (innovativeness) Personal Finance Management Personal Finance Tips, Budgeting & Investments Mr. Uche the Corporate Driver (Interpersonal Relationship) Driving a True Profession - Understanding Professionalism; Road Rage; The importance of the Professional Driver; Attributes of the Professional Driver. Relating with the Boss: Understanding personality types including Work Personality types; Relating with the Boss. Conflict Work The importance of good working relationship; Essential Skills in relationship-building; understanding the nature & causes of work-based conflict; framework & skills for resolving conflicts with others; framework & skills for mediating conflict between others; Strategies for minimizing risk of conflict. Mr. Musa the Nigerian Citizen (3 rd Party Relationships) Etiquette For Drivers Workplace & Driving Etiquette FRSC Instructional Course Federal Road Safety Corps training; The driver's ability to understand the safety requirements of their vehicle; A driver's attitude to driving on densely populated roads; A driver s views of the effects of alcohol, drugs & fatigue on their driving ability). Security Awareness & Self Defense - The concept of security has undergone fundamental changes in the last two decades; emphasis on people security; security at the work place. Setting the Records Straight TRAINING DOESN T PREVENT CRASHES It might seem like an incredible & illogical statement, but it s true, traditional driver training does not prevent crashes; Certainly, a driver must have a basic amount knowledge & skill to operate the vehicle & pass a license test. These basic requirements are relatively easy to achieve, and most people who are able to graduate become a licensed driver without too much trouble. Europe - Results suggest that a high level of driving skill is associated with a high crash risk. This apparent contradiction could be explained as follows: the belief of being more skilled than fellow drivers increases confidence in one s abilities more than it increases actual driving abilities. A high confidence in one s abilities could lead to an aggressive style of driving that could lead to more critical situations. OECD (1990) Behavioural adaptations to change in the road transport system. Road Transport Research Germany - Self reported collisions were no different overall for the course participants than a control group, but drivers who participated in two or more courses had more collisions than those who only participated once. Those who reported that they felt the course had a positive effect also crashed more. Siegrist and Ramseier (1992) Evaluation of advanced driving courses USA - Racing drivers, young drivers and male drivers, the very groups with the highest levels of perceptual-motor skills and the greatest interest in driving, are the groups which have the higher than average crash involvement rates. This demonstrates that increased driving skill and knowledge are not the most important factors associated with avoiding traffic crashes. What is crucial is not how the driver can drive (driver performance) but how the driver does drive (driver behaviour). The clear failure of the skill model underlines the need to consider motivational models that incorporate the self-paced nature of the driving task. - Leonard Evans (1991) Traffic Safety & The Driver Australia - There has been a realisation that the driver's exercise of choice and level of risk taking behaviour rather than physical skills, are of paramount importance in safe driving. - Thomas Higgins (1994) NRMA. The evidence is scientific, overwhelming and unambiguous. Driver training as we know it does not produce safer drivers Training Approach 1. We work closely with the client to analyze their needs and understand their priorities. 2. We ask participants to complete a pre-course questionnaire in advance of the course. 3. Participants explore their own work experiences and dilemmas constructively. 4. Sessions are interactive, using problem-solving activities, case studies and discussion. 5. Our training does not reinforce stereotypes. It raises awareness of the areas in which problems may occur and the fact that differences can be approached in an open and strategic way. 6. We strive to provide the latest information gotten from ever improving professionals (including motivational speakers, Management Expert, FRSC Expert, Security Expert, Medical Professional etc.) 7.Participants are provided with follow-up reading material to assist them after the course. 8. Our training is only excellent if the location is. Q and Q Place 5, Alade Lawal Street, Opposite Anthony Divisional Police Station, Off Ikorodu Road, Anthony Village, Lagos. Date: March 14 th & 15 th 2015 Alternative Venue: The Training can take place at the client s office or preferred location & date THE ENLIGTENED SERVICES SHIELD A mark of: Professionalism Integrity Knowledge Assurance Worldwide reach Be on the look out for any document you see this shield. For more information on Self Mastery Skills Training please contact our training consultant Fredrick Elegon Tel: +234 (0) No. 45 Olufemi Street, Off Ogunlana Drive, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria.
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