You’ll understand what is meant by ‘demonstrate leadership’ and develop practical skills to help you lead and inspire your people, without imploding
- The difference between management and leadership
- Different styles of leadership and why people should follow you
- Leadership qualities that good managers can grow into
- Motivating the team: Using Emotional Intelligence, developing a rapport strategy; Praise; Active listening; Influencing skills; The benefits of Delegation; Motivational feedback; Productive meetings
- Directing not drowning: Long term priorities for the team, getting goals to stick; Managing expectations; Gracious with people while ruthless with time, concentration techniques
- Leading without losing it: Everyday Inspiration; Harvard Principled Negotiation and negotiating with difficult people; Getting agreement despite conflict; Being the boss; Conquering team stress
- What you pledge to do now
Who is this course aimed at? Anyone who has been told to ‘demonstrate leadership’ and who would really like to do so. Recent participants have had between five and 29 years’ experience. We recommend a minimum of five years.
Prior to the course they will all have read Shackleton’s Way, a rip roaring adventure story with excellent lessons in leadership; and filled in a questionnaire which helps tailor the workshop to what they need the most. After the workshop, they have private/public action plans to encourage productive use of the learning.
Who runs it Gwyn March
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org