Five (5) day Workshop
The task of management in modern organizations is to get the best out of people so that organizational objectives can be achieved. Many organizations are developing new cultures with flatter, responsive team structures, empowered to take action to meet goals and targets. There is less emphasis on the classical command and control role of multi-layered management hierarchies.
Today's leadership and team building endeavors provides a consistent, flexible approach to management across an organizations functions.
Day 1 - starts with an overview of management’s functions, roles, skills and qualities in a lean environment. With this insight, coupled with evidence from cultural diagnostics, the need for leadership skills and how leadership can be achieved and best executed can be examined.
Day 2 - focuses on identifying and developing the leadership skills needed to achieve tasks and deliver results. This day will focus on the practical work of the leader as a director and motivator of people.
Day 3-4 - focuses on the leadership’s role in the development of its people, procedures, and systems. This includes how to effectively conduct performance reviews and develop continuous improvement systems; through the use of personal development portfolios. Exercises will be used to practice development skills.
Day 5 – focuses on developing and finalizing self and peer assessments; including organizational diagnostics to be presented in front of the organization's managers and course sponsors.
The leadership skills course will end with a survey to review problems, needs and personal action plans.
By the end of the leadership skills course participants will be able to:
Who Should Attend
This generic leadership skills course has been designed for all those with responsibility for managing and supervising others. It is ideal for newly appointed or aspiring team leaders and provides an essential precursor to team building program