At the heart of leadership is trust. However, trust can quickly be undermined if subordinates and colleagues sense a leader is insincere, lacking in vision or unwilling to take responsibility. This seminar focuses on the role the leader has in shaping the way the team and the wider organisation reaches decisions and in resolving ethical dilemmas.
By the end of this programme you will be able to:
The seminar uses a range of approaches to learning, including experiential group activities, individual exercises, mini-case studies and syndicate discussions. Formal inputs are used to introduce underpinning theory. A key part of the learning process is sharing the differing experiences participants bring, as well as experimenting with novel – and sometimes challenging – techniques. A psychometric instrument will be used to generate a personality profile, which will contribute to your understanding of your preferences and personal style.
Leaders who have the self-awareness and confidence to open themselves to colleagues and team members are better placed to win and retain trust, itself the bedrock of a positive organisational climate. By sharing and practising different ways of establishing a compelling vision, participants will be better able to focus on the longer-term needs of the organisation.
This seminar will ask participants to challenge some of their preconceptions about themselves and their role as leaders. It will suggest a range of techniques for creating and sharing an authentic vision based on mutual trust and respect, and explore some alternative approaches to personal development.
Courage and Leadership
Displaying Authentic Leadership Behaviours
Developing Your Leadership Skills
Coaching for Peak Performance