This leadership training course is uniquely designed to help leaders-to-be get ready for their new challenges and responsibilities. You’ll discover the heart, soul, and mind of true leadership. Through role-playing, self-assessment tests and other leadership training scenarios, you’ll explore leadership roles as strategist, change agent, coach, manager, communicator, mentor and team member. And you’ll learn how to develop your unique leadership style for maximum impact.
Gain insights into the key executive leadership skills and techniques you need
Identify the characteristics of effective leadership and the most common saboteur
Develop an executive leadership style that adapts to the person and situation
Improve performance through empowerment and effective delegation
Clearly communicate mission, vision and value statements
Build a cohesive unit that performs well in all situations
Learn what real “coaching” consists of and how to build an extraordinary team that works together to deliver results
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who aspires to build his leadership qualities
Anyone who is or will be responsible for leading teams or individuals
Is There a Leader in You?
Qualities senior management looks for in candidates for leadership positions
Understand the challenges you will face as a leader
What Do Leaders Talk About?
Discover your leadership style
Learn to adapt your style to the needs of others
Your Leadership Image
Project the positive professional image of a leader
Build Your Influence and Power
Ways that leaders can build their power and influence
Develop Key Relationships
Identify the strategic alliances you need to build
Handle Organizational Politics
Explain strategies for getting others to support your agenda
Developing your leadership style to gain commitment from your employees
Matching your leadership style to your employees’ developmental needs
Leadership with the Feet: Personal Values and Ethics at Work
Understanding the challenges you face—and the various ways you can manage them
Creating a culture of trusting relationships
Assess the things that really motivate
Methods to Approach the First Day, Week, Month and Year of Leadership
Design your strategies for being noticed and selected to be a leader