One Day.

Intended for:
These training course based on leading teams will help to develop anyone that leads a team or is involved in a leadership role. It is also useful for those that are about to embark on a position of leadership or need to develop their leadership skills.

Qualities of an Effective Leader
– Identifying the key characteristics of effective leaders, rating themselves against them and establishing key actions to develop the skills.

Leader or Manager? – Establishing the difference between the two and comparing themselves to those qualities.

That Vision Thing – Making the business vision ‘live’ for the team by answering key questions.

Developing Your Team Goals – Reviewing an action plan that develops clear goals for their team based on the business vision.

Motivation – Determining the ‘Why’ for their staff and developing an understanding of emotions in a business context.

What Motivates? – Looking at specific motivators for individuals and understanding that everyone is motivated by different things.

Being Consistently Different – Going against popular leadership theory and identifying that each staff member needs to be treated differently.

Dealing With Difficult Team Members – Understanding why team members are difficult. Looking at different behaviour types and strategies for responding to them. Also, realising that ‘difficult’ behaviour sometimes has its benefits.

Coaching – Using a simple method of coaching, including action plans.

Three Key Skills of Coaching – Looking at the skills required to be an effective coach.

Instant Results Coaching – Coaching in a hurry!

Can Do Coaching Practice – Putting the learning into practice.

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the qualities of an effective leader
  • Benchmark themselves against those qualities and develop actions to improve
  • Explain the difference between leading and managing
  • Explain the value of sharing the business vision with the team
  • Develop team goals based on the business vision
  • Motivate their staff by understanding their drivers and developing actions to support them
  • Deal with difficult staff members
  • Challenge staff in a meaningful and effective way
  • Coach staff effectively using a simple process