The following program is designed to help professionals learn about best situational leadership skills. The training modules include tangible and effective models of leadership for preparing practices to use the concrete tools for growing and soaring in and organization.

This training program has been planned out keeping in mind both the traditional and up to the minute trends and requirements of the given field. This makes the course an ideal learning opportunity for all of its participants. Please make a note that a custom proposal can also be acquired, if you have different training requirements for your team.

 

Who is it for?

  • Aspiring Leaders
  • Executives
  • Project managers
  • Team leaders
  • Administrative supervisors
  • Individuals in leadership roles
  • Operations Managers
  • Managers at all levels
  • Team supervisors

 

Course Objectives:

This program will allow delegates to:

  • Apply situational management to attain superior productivity by imbuing energy, self-sufficiency and drive within their workers
  • Avoid the negative outcomes of over supervision and under supervision
  • Improve communication styles to become a more trustworthy and credible as a leader
  • Make a cooperative work environment to accomplish faster, supportable results
  • Recollect their most gifted workforces by being more responsive to their development requirements
  • Attain a critical though process for examining, identifying, and acting according to the situation
  • Upsurge their efficiency in setting goals, providing clear direction, listening, observing, monitoring and giving feedback

 

Course Outline:

The Requirement and Worth of Situational Leadership

  • Understanding your role as a Situational Leader, as a teacher, coach, mentor, and influencer
  • Identifying the potential value of Situational Leadership
  • Practicing three skills and six conversations of Situational Leadership

Aim Setting— The 1st Skill 

  • Recognizing the purpose and value of goals
  • Understanding and practicing crafting SMART Goals

Diagnosing— The 2nd Skill

  • Identifying the two components of diagnosing—competence and commitment
  • Understanding the collaborative nature of diagnosing
  • Practicing a method for resolving disagreements

Matching— 3rd Skill

  • Identifying the Four Leadership Styles and the two Component Behaviors: Direction and Support
  • Understanding the leadership behaviors associated with Direction and Support
  • Applying the process of matching Leadership Style to Development Level

Development Planning

  • Identifying Strengths and Development Areas
  • Transferring Your Learning from The Workshop Back to The Job
  • Developed an Action Plan for Becoming A Situational Leader
  • Methodology for Practice

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