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The Power of Leaders



The "Power of Leaders" training program is a comprehensive initiative designed to empower participants with the knowledge, skills, and mindset necessary to become effective leaders in their respective domains. Through a combination of theoretical insights, practical exercises, and experiential learning, participants explore various aspects of leadership, including influence, decision-making, and team dynamics.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Differentiate between leadership and management.

  • Pinpoint their leadership philosophies and strengths through self-evaluations.

  • Analyze different leadership theories with a focus on situational leadership.

  • List the core skills of emotional intelligence (EI).

  • Explain the delegator and change agent functions of a leader.

Targeted Audience:

  • Mid to Senior-level Managers.

  • Aspiring Leaders and Emerging Leaders.

  • Professionals seeking to enhance their leadership skills.

  • Employees interested in personal and professional growth through leadership development.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

Practices of Exemplary Leaders:

  • Challenge the process.

  • Inspire a vision.

  • Model the way.

  • Enable others to act.

  • Encourage the heart.

  • Explore the perennial question: nature or nurture.

Unit 2:

The Leadership Journey and Situational Leadership:

  • Review major theories: Trait theories, Behavioral theories, The leadership grid.

  • Understand situational leadership: theory and simulation.

  • Assess situation maturity levels and levels of development.

  • Identify the relationship between maturity levels and leadership styles.

Unit 3:

The Emotionally Intelligent Leader:

  • Explore an overview of EI.

  • Understand intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligence.

  • Compare Emotional Quotient (EQ) versus Intelligence Quotient (IQ).

  • Apply the EI competency framework.

  • Analyze the 18 EI competencies in practice.

  • Brainstorm real-life examples.

Unit 4:

Leadership, Delegation, and Empowerment:

  • Define delegation, its objectives, and rules.

  • Identify delegation levels.

  • Discuss why delegation is not popular.

  • Establish guidelines for delegation.

  • Explore decision-making styles in the Gulf.

  • Define empowerment and its significance.

Unit 5:

The Leader as a Change Catalyst:

  • Understand the nature of change.

  • Explore Kotter’s eight-step change process model.

  • Recognize and address resistance to change.

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