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The Leadership Transition

Overview:

Introduction

The goal of this training program is to advance participants who have been identified as having management and leadership potential as well as those who are moving up to a higher leadership position. It gives current and aspiring leaders an in-depth understanding of the abilities, traits, and best practices necessary to become successful leader. The goal of this training course is to help participants improve their leadership abilities and personal influence by focusing on the role and behaviors of leaders inside organizations.

Delegates will leave this training course feeling more empowered and confident in their leadership roles. This will also provide people who are assuming leadership positions with a clear framework for enhancing their leadership abilities and potential.

Course Ovjectives

At the end of this course, Participants will be able to:

  • Determine and make clear the behaviors and skills that must be displayed to advance to the next leadership position.
  • Display the leadership qualities needed, especially those that pertain to managing others.
  • Recognize the significance of building strong working relationships as a leader
  • Improve their networking, stakeholder connections, communication, and personal presentation skills.
  • Increase your self-assurance in your abilities to lead yourself, others, and the organization.

Targeted Audience

  • individuals who have lately been promoted to leadership positions
  • "High Potential" people are those people.
  • Managers and leaders already in place who want to transition into a more strategic leadership position

Course Outline

Unit 1: You as a Leader Development

  • Good management, adjusting styles to the demands of the people they will be managing
  • Changing from a peer to a leader Leadership behaviors
  • Qualities and abilities of a successful leader
  • Recognizing, establishing, and upholding authority
  • Business  awareness of the "Bigger Picture"

Unit 2: Leading Others

  • encouraging the group to work toward goals and targets, offering support and criticism
  • Motivation from a corporate, personal, and leadership standpoint
  • Constructing SMART goals and performance standards
  • How to design tasks such that they adhere to organizational criteria
  • Problem-solving, delegation, and decision-making

Unit 3: Effective Working Relationships

  • Formal and informal working relationships
  • Internal and external contacts and relationships
  • Working with teams across the organisation
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Building relationships with stakeholders
  • How our behaviours impact on others and how to act positively to demonstrate trust and respect for individuals

Unit 4: Developing Self-Confidence as a Leader

  • How to increase resiliency and control stress
  • Model for Resilience: Three Sources
  • Establishing a powerful network of allies
  • Action Planning and Personal Growth

Unit 5: Developing Personal Presentation and Communication Skills

  • How to prepare, deliver and answer questions about a presentation
  • Three keys to effective speaking:
    • Thorough preparation
    • Good delivery
    • Overcoming nervousness
  • Skills of giving feedback to the team and management
  • Communicating effectively with all stakeholders, internal and external to the organisation

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