Leadership Skills for Managers


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DURATION: 2 Days
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Managers who already have some experience managing people and are wanting to further develop their core leadership competencies, with a focus on motivating and engaging others to work towards team and organisational goals.

It is recommended you are familiar with the topics covered in the Supervision and Management of People course prior to attending.

WHAT THIS COURSE INCLUDES
  • Includes 360˚ feedback assessment questionnaire and in‑class debrief
  • Embedded Learning Guide
  • Personal Development Plan
  • Evaluation
  • Student Series Emails
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Hard copy workbook
  • Capped class sizes
  • eCertificate
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    Great facilitator Brendan! Great course content and personal examples.

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Perfecting the art of engaging, motivating and inspiring staff is what separates general management from leadership.
This course will allow you to understand the four main elements that must be present within your leadership to have an engaged team, all whilst learning how to overcome change and resistance. Many of your core leadership skills will be strengthened, and you will learn how to think strategically as a leader.

MySkillsProfile 360˚ Questionnaire

The 360˚ feedback assessment questionnaire used in this course will help you: Compare your perception of your strengths with what others think, Increase awareness of how your leadership style and skills impact your performance & identify areas you can work on to improve your performance and realise your potential.
Learn more and download a sample report.

WHAT YOU WILL GAIN

  • Describe the four key elements of emotional intelligence.
  • Examine the impact emotional intelligence has on individuals, teams and organisations.
  • Develop and utilise the six essential skills of strategic leadership.
  • Compose a dynamic vision statement for your team.
  • Create a communication plan to maximise the impact of your vision statement.
  • Manage and lead your team through change.
  • Identify the intrinsic and extrinsic motivational factors that drive engagement for individual team members.
  • Use goal setting techniques to enhance team engagement.
  • Compare your own perspective of your leadership skills with the perspectives of others.

 

Topics Covered

Motivating your team
Identify motivational principles and preferences and apply intrinsic and extrinsic motivators to improve results, productivity and nurture innovation.

Goal setting
Goal setting is essential to motivation. Learn the steps of goal setting and how to involve your team to maximise your chance of success.

Strategic leadership and vision
Learn about the six essential elements of strategic leadership every manager must have and things you can do to impact organisational culture and inspire people towards the vision.

Leading change and overcoming resistance
Many organisations today face a dynamic and changing environment. Identify types of resistance and ways to overcome them.

Defining leadership
Understand your purpose, identify your leadership challenges and ask yourself ‘Why should anyone follow me?’.

Leadership vs management
Identify the difference between leadership and management and when you should apply the skills of each.

Understanding your leadership strengths
Increase self-awareness of your leadership style and skills in comparison to others’ perceptions.

Leading with emotional intelligence
Understand how a leader’s mood impacts results and monitor emotions as a way of guiding your actions and decisions.

Leadership styles that get results
Learn how great leaders use different leadership styles to get the best results from their team in different situations.

Motivation and engagement
Understand the benefits of an engaged workforce and what you can do on a daily basis to build engagement.

This survey measures 25 management and leadership competency dimensions covering five key areas.
Increase awareness and understanding of management and leadership skills.
Identify any gaps between the individual's views of their strengths and weaknesses and other people's views.
Provide practical tips for improving management and leadership skills.
Increase management and leadership skills and performance.
Who completes the survey?
Each participant is asked to complete their own survey and nominate up to five coworkers. In order to produce a report, the participant and at least two coworkers must complete the assessment. The more people coworkers complete the survey, the more informative the report will be, and ideally this should include at least one of each of:

- direct reports or employees
- managers
- peers
WHAT DOES IT MEASURE?
The survey measures 25 management and leadership competency dimensions covering five key areas. The survey also provides the opportunity for the assessors to provide performance improvement comments and suggestions and can be tailored to assess the competencies in a client organisation's framework.
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