Course Code: 5659

Leadership - Taking Your Team from Good to Great

Class Dates:
1/10/2019
2/21/2019
3/7/2019
Length:
1 Days
Cost:
$295.00
Class Time:
Technology:
business
Delivery:

Overview

  • Course Overview
  • This 1-day course combines lecture, interactive participation, and short experiential exercises to increase awareness of team leadership skills and best practices.

  • Audience
  • Individuals in a Leadership role or Individuals wishing to move into a management role.

Prerequisites

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Course Details

  • Introduction: What is Leadership?
  • Characteristics of Effective Leaders
  • Responsibilities and Challenges
  • Understanding Styles and Methods
  • The Balancing Act
  • Creating a Vision
  • Assessing the Existing Situation
  • Envisioning the Future State
  • Development and Communication
  • Setting Goals
  • Recognizing Obstacles and Opportunities
  • Identifying Short and Long Term Goals
  • Prioritization and Expectations
  • Planning Early Wins
  • Coordinating Vision and Goals
  • Power and Influence
  • Knowing Your Power Sources
  • Common Influence Tactics
  • The Role of Influence in Team Leadership
  • Empowerment
  • Harnessing the Strengths of Your Team
  • Enhancing Your Power through Delegation
  • Providing Growth Assignments
  • Set the Example
  • Establishing Credibility
  • Modeling Behavior
  • Walking Your Talk
  • Build a Collaborative Environment
  • Encouraging Teamwork
  • Creating a Culture of 'We'
  • Integrating Goals and Expectations
  • Fostering Trust and Camaraderie
  • Performance Leadership
  • Coaching Them Where They Are
  • Being a Positive Pygmalion
  • Feedback and Reviews
  • Catch Them Doing Things Right
  • Adjusting Your Style to the Situation
  • Reward Achievement and Contributions
  • Recognize Goals Met and Contributions
  • Deliver Rewards Appropriately
  • Celebrate Team Achievements
  • Dealing with Change
  • Guiding People through Change
  • Maintaining Focus on the Big Picture
  • Taking an Active Role
  • Coping with Competing Agendas
  • The Leadership 'Sandwich'
  • Reconciling Agendas
  • External Pressures
  • Threading the Needle
  • Communication Skills
  • The Importance of Clarity
  • Transparency
  • Preferred Methods
  • Listening