The transition from peer into a leadership position can be a difficult one.
New managers and supervisors are often high individual performers, but are ill equipped with the new set of skills and behaviors required to effectively get work done through others. Research shows that 87% of managers wish they had had more training and support as they took the step into a management role.
Leadership is based on a relationship of trust. People in leadership positions and especially those who are new to leadership positions, need to learn how to gain new skills and move from the technical and hands-on work to managing and leading others to achieve their objectives and goals. This interactive program will help you to understand your style, role and relationships in the workplace, and how it impacts on the effectiveness of your team.
This program is suited to those who are - or soon will be - responsible for achieving results through the leadership of others.
This program will increase your knowledge of:
- Your personal leadership style
- How to set team goals and delegate effectively
- Strategies to communicate well, motivate your team, give feedback and address performance issues
- How to make confident decisions and problem solve.