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Effective Body Language for Leadership

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About This Course

Whether we like it or not, our body always speaks. It tells people if we are confident or shaky, welcoming or reserved, sincere or distant. If we do not pay attention to our body language, we might convey unintended messages. Your body language must be in sync with what you say. Body language is especially important when you are looking to inspire people to action. Body language is the secret to establishing a leadership presence.

This course offers some practical tips to improve your non-verbal signals to make a strong first impression. In addition to explaining the common mistakes in non-verbal communication, it discusses the best practices. The topics discussed in this courses can be useful in team meeting, public speaking, and networking events, etc. This course will accelerate growth and success for young graduates, professionals and people in leadership roles.

Requirements

None.

Fees and Scholarships

This course has a fee of 1500 taka. However, the first 1000 students who sign up for this course shall receive full scholarship. There is no separate application needed.

Some scholarships are still available. Enroll now.

Course Staff

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Almeer Ahsan Asif

almeer@bylc.org

Almeer is currently working as a Deputy Manager in Curriculum Development, and is also a leadership instructor at BYLC. His core responsibilities include developing and modifying the leadership content of BYLC’s existing and new programs. He is a graduate of the first Art and Practice of Leadership (APL) workshop of BYLC.

He completed the Executive Education on Art and Practice of Leadership Development, at Harvard Kennedy School in May 2017. The course was taught by Ronald Heifetz, based on whose books most of the adaptive leadership theories are practiced around the world.

He was nominated by the Government of Bangladesh on October 2016, to participate in a Study Visit in Australia organized by IIEP-UNESCO. Ministry level officials of 7 different countries participated in this visit. Prior to joining BYLC, he worked for Teach For Bangladesh, which is a global movement to end inequity in education. As a Fellow, he taught in a government primary school called Amtoli Staff Welfare GPS in Mohakhali, for 2 years. He catalyzed the transformation of 60 students in a limited resourced school, by improving their quality of education, and enabling them to work in leadership roles inside and outside of school. He is the co-founder of a program called Literacy Through Leadership, started in collaboration with IEEE AIUB SB and his wife, Maliha Ahsan. It enables university students to spend time teaching and improving the English literacy of the school students.

Almeer has completed his Masters of Education (MEd) in Educational Leadership & School Improvement from BRAC Institute of Educational Development with distinction. He did his Bachelor’s in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from American International University-Bangladesh. At AIUB, he acted as the Chairperson of IEEE AIUB Student branch. IEEE is a global platform for Engineering students. He received the ‘Chancellors Award for Leadership’ in the 14th Convocation of AIUB. He was also awarded ‘Certificate of Excellence’ for his O and A levels results.