2-days – £495 + vat
This 2-day Leadership training course increases delegates awareness of their own current leadership style and abilities. If you have more leadership styles, you are able to lead effectively in more situations. This will also increase your ability to understand the impact your leadership style has on your colleagues. This Leadership training course provides attendees with a practical tool-kit of ideas to increase their leadership skills.
Leadership Training Course Objectives
Having attended this Leadership course, you will:
- Create and maintain an efficient, effective, and motivated team.
- Gain greater understanding of a leaders responsibilities.
- Improve your ability to communicate with the team and your customers.
- Maximize your team performance by understanding human behavior and focusing on the needs of the individual and the team.
- Strengthen your techniques for managing the performance of the team
Leadership Training Course Content
- How people lead and influence others
- The principles of leadership
- Attributes of effective leaders
- Types of power leaders possess
- Techniques for developing power
- Who does the leader serve
- Motivation techniques to use with your team
- Principles of motivation
- Factors affecting motivation
- Techniques for influencing others
- Building productive relationships with others
- The concepts and importance of communication
- Techniques for building rapport with different personalities
- Verbalising expectations in a clear manner
- Preferred communication channels, methods, and styles
- Breaking down barriers to create effective communications
Decision Making, Delegation, and Problem Solving:
- Making decisions with confidence
- Decision making elements
- Delegation principles
- S.M.A.R.T. outcome criteria
- Common pitfalls in effective decision making
- Proven problem-solving approaches
- Leaders’ responsibilities for evaluating, reprimanding, and counseling staff
- Effective performance management
- Conducting performance management discussions
- Preparing for performance management discussions
- Evaluating performance expectations objectively