The Peopletime Leadership Training Programme

Designed to help those who have landed that big promotion or who are taking a first step into management at a new company. It is also designed for those who may be in a leadership role and need to develop their skills a little further.

Due to the scope of the training, we deliver the training over half day sessions to ensure you have plenty of opportunity to discuss specific issues and investigate different scenarios.

The delivery of the training will be remote and is a combination of lecture, discussion and activities to ensure all attendees are actively involved in their learning.

Content of Leadership Programme 4. Developing Leadership Skills

Learning how to delegate is an essential skill of every leader. It is a simple fact that one person cannot do everything themselves. Poor delegation can lead to demotivated employees because they do not like to be micromanaged or feel they are not trusted. It can also mean that timescales are missed and the quality of output declines. In this section, we look at what delegation is and the barriers to effective delegation, thereby how to overcome them. We look at goal setting and the use of SMART Objectives.

We spend a lot of time at work, so the quality of our working environment and relationships at work has a significant impact on our well-being. People have different experiences and perspectives, so tend to see the world differently. Although difference can be a positive thing, it can also lead to misunderstanding and conflict. In this section, we look at what causes conflict and whether conflict can be positive. We also look at various conflict theories and how we respond to conflict. Finally, we look at conflict resolution behaviours and strategies to manage conflict.

As a leader, a key objective should be to create a strong team culture with highly engaged and dedicated team members. You want motivated employees that respect you and are loyal to the company.   How you show and gain respect will be the difference between achieving this or not. In this section, we look at what respect means and start with drafting a Respect Charter. We expand this to look at other behaviours we can work on to gain respect from colleagues.

Impressing your boss can be the difference between staying where you are or moving up in your career. What your boss thinks of you is crucial to achieving a pay rise, accessing development opportunities or considering if you are the right person to manage a big project. In this section, we look at what you can do to give yourself the best chance of success. We start with an activity to get delegates think about ways to impress and follow that up with more ideas and tools to make your boss think you are the bees knees!


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