( A Leadership Development Training Program)
What does it take to become a leader? There are many leadership programmes out there, but how many develop the mindset of the aspiring executive to actually take on the role of a leader. Becoming a leader means that you have new job priorities, tasks, work allocations, reporting lines, setting examples and more. How often are we promoted to the level of incompetency? Is there a way to overcome this challenge? Yes, there is. When you attend this programme, you will have taken your first step towards creating a mindset of leadership.
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
Equip themselves with a range of management skills, which will enhance their confidence and ability to manage
Provide them with the knowledge and experience of effective teamwork and leadership which will enable them to achieve results through people.
Understand how to be an effective leader of various situations and varieties of employees;
Increase their awareness of the challenges of change, and to provide them with the tools and techniques of managing change to increase their own as well as organizational effectiveness;
Equip them with techniques of problem solving and decision making
Manage time and resources for maximum results;
Learn to communicate effectively.
At the end of the program participants will have gained the following knowledge and learning:
Gain confidence and better understanding of various aspects of management and leadership.
Be inspired to continue the management and leadership journey within their organizations and make further progress in their management career.
Open their mind to the ever-changing role of management and to create a positive mindset for innovation and responding to change.
Learn the art of managing and leading people to greater results.
Learn to inspire and motivate team members so that they'll "go to the ends of the Earth" to give their very best;
Become a truly inspirational leader, and enjoy the perks that come with this.
Workshop topics to be covered:
1. Essential Concepts of Leadership
---The four frame work approach
---Culture (the way we do things) and climate (feel of the organization)
2. Leadership attributes
3. Leadership Styles
4. Styles survey
5. Leadership and the First Impressions (how first impressions affect our behaviors)
6. Leading: Creating and implementing visions
7. Circumstantial Leadership
8. Two Levels of Leadership Communication
9. Motivation: Keeping the Family Happy
10. What Do People Want From Their Jobs?
11. Inspiration: Positive Reinforcement
12. Mistakes and Blame
13. Identifying Performance Problems and the Areas of Improvement
---Working with Others
---Getting the Job Done
15. Leaders Task & Time Management
16. Fulfilling the Management/organizational Expectations