Even though they may be working side by side in the same office, men and women often have very different experiences in the workplace. What does that mean for a woman manager today? How do you step into an elevated role with increased authority and meet the responsibilities that go along with the job—and remain your authentic self?
This breakthrough course gives you the crucial foundational skills to successfully transition from individual contributor to a well-respected manager who can achieve team success and drive bottom-line performance. Build your manager muscles through in-depth skill practice using the Situational Leadership. Discover how to adjust your management style and leverage your awareness of gender “norms” and cultural differences with more finesse.
This is the course that can help you identify areas for development, play to your strengths and get the best results from every member of your team.
Special Feature: Real-world examples. Techniques and tools learned throughout this seminar are based on actual day-to-day interactions between managers and direct reports.
Through a blend of proven instructor-led seminars and powerful online technology, Averest Blended Learning provides a compelling and more comprehensive experience for the learner—producing a greater return-on-investment for the employer and the seminar participant.
Benefits to Individual and Organization
Gain a deeper understanding of your roles and responsibilities
Adapt your style to the needs of individual and team members
Understand the changing rules of engagement in the work setting
See the workplace through the lens of male vs. female
Understand the nuances of being a team player
Become more self-aware of the gender and cultural differences
Develop new habits to become a master delegator and motivator
Apply new techniques to maximize team performance
Understand Your role as a manager and recognizing your strengths as manager
Discipline and feedback skills for improving employee performance
Supervision techniques guaranteed to earn you cooperation and respect
Assertive communication techniques to ask for what you need directly and tactfully
How to sell your ideas in meetings, to your Boss and learn art of delegating
Tools for handling confrontation and conflict with ease
Motivation strategies for bringing out the best in your employees
Lessons and insight from women in top leadership position
Who Should Attend?
Women Leaders / Managers
Women Team Leader / Supervisor
Day 1: Your role as a Manager
Identifying qualities and abilities required for effective management
Understanding your role and responsibilities as manager
Learning to transition from individual contributor to manager
Knowing how to work effectively with a multigenerational workforce
Learning how genders work differently
Recognizing the unique aspects of managing remote teams
Day 2: Performance Management and Art of Leadership
Identifying the challenges to effective performance management
Understanding and conducting performance planning, facilitation and evaluation
Practicing the skill of setting goals, providing effective feedback and conducting alignment discussions
Developing people, valuing differences and encouraging honest communication
Enhancing your leadership style to gain commitment from employees
Matching your leadership style to developmental needs and the tasks at hand
Day 3: Discipline and Coaching for Employee Performance
Learning how coaching helps development and goal achievement
Discovering the requirements and importance of coaching
Practicing coaching and correcting difficult and challenging behaviors
the differences between coaching and discipline
Power of Assertive Communication
Active listening tips that double your communication effectiveness
Discipline techniques that really work
Day 4: Creating a Motivational Climate
Defining motivation and your role in creating a motivational setting
Proven techniques for motivating your employees to give their all
The power of sincere praise to motivate, build loyalty and keep good employees
The cost of de-motivation and disengagement
Recognizing important elements of the motivational process
Creating your own practice for building a motivational climate
Dealing with the diversity of your employees
Day 5: Communication, Delegation for Growth and Development
Understanding the different types of delegation
Learning the benefits and challenges of delegation
Recognizing your comfort zone when delegating
How to conduct an effective delegation conversation
Practicing your delegation skills
Developing your personal action plan
Discussion – Final Notes
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