“You have developed my skills, my confidence and provided me with the equipment/tool kit to grow not only as a leader [within CEG] but as an individual. You inspired.“ Donna Griffiths, DVLA
Our Leadership Skill courses are always tailored to meet the needs of the individuals attending and their organisations. Whilst all our programmes are designed to meet the specific needs of each customer, examples of the content usually included in our Leadership Skills courses and programmes are shown below.
Through completing our Leadership Skills programme, participants have the opportunity to gain the following skills and knowledge:
- The role of the Manager – Management vs Leadership
- What Skill sets help us for Management and Leadership
- Challenge vs. Support
- Understanding our Management and Leadership Styles
- Running Team Meetings and Team briefings
- Motivation for Individual and Team Success
- Communication and Language Skills
- Principles of Effective Communication
- Language usage within teams
- Performance Management and Staff Development
- Learning Styles for Staff Development
- Leadership Values and Behaviours
- Situational Leadership and its practical application
- Coaching Skills Overview
- Principles of Coaching
- The Coaching Approach
- Equal Opportunities & Discrimination – Legislation, Implications and Approaches
- Dealing with Underperformance
- Skills Collation
- Learning Review
- Personal Transferable Skills – Action Planning
All of our Leadership Development programmes can be delivered at your workplace, at a venue that is convenient for you or, very often, through the medium of Outdoor Development. See Outdoor Leadership Development for the benefits of this approach.
Details on our next Open Course for Leadership Skills is available on our Open Courses page.
To find out how we can build a bespoke Leadership Skills programme to meet your organisation’s needs, talk to us today on 01558 668878 or click below to arrange a call back.
‘A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.’