Leadership : Introduction
Two Day Course
What is Leadership?
Successful leaders operate at any level in an organisation. There are are many Leadership definitions but it is ultimately the skill to inspire, influence and guide an individual, team or organisation to achieve a common goal.
What are the qualities of a good leader?
A good leader will have excellent communication skills, be decisive, inspire and empower others, have integrity, be positive and enthusiastic as well as creative and innovative.
What is our Leadership course about?
Our Leadership course provides an understanding of the fundamentals of Leadership as well as the methods of how to apply them in your workplace. Over two days you will be introduced to a range of different models and tools to help shape your personal Leadership style and develop your Leadership skills.
This course is designed for anyone, at any level, who wants to lead more effectively as well as those aspiring to a Leadership position. The emphasis of this course is to develop Leadership skills through practical activities including discussions, group work, case studies and exercises.
We recommend also sitting our Management Introduction course. This will give you a more holistic understanding of how to be an effective Manager and Leader as well as improve the performance of your team.
What are the 5 things you will get out of this course?
After completing the Leadership course you will be able to:
• Understand the difference between leadership and management
• Define the skills and responsibilities of an effective leader
• Enhance your strategic thinking and leadership style
• Develop your communication and social skills by working in a team
• Learn to develop an action plan to apply in both your personal and working environment
You need no previous Leadership experience to attend this course.
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