Leadership II: Leading Management Teams – Situational Leadership

The Leadership II course is aimed at developing the abilities and skills necessary for a situational approach to leading a management team or specialists.

Leadership is like beauty – it’s hard to define, but when you see it, you know it. Warren Bennis

  • Get to know your preferred leadership style, its advantages and weaknesses.
  • To develop the abilities and skills necessary for a situational approach to leading a management team.
  • To teach participants to adequately and spontaneously express personal values ​​and values ​​declared by the company culture through their behavior and actions.

Leadership – starting points (in each module from a different point of view)

  • Orientation to people, positive attitude and strategic thinking
  • Inspiration from the stories of real leaders

My preferred leadership style

  • Six leadership styles (based on research by D. Goleman, Boyatzis and McKee)
  • Identification of preferred style (questionnaire)
  • Strengths and weaknesses of my preferred leadership style
  • How to correct your style in situations where your weaknesses would stand out?

Situational leadership

  • Leadership styles (four leadership styles according to K. Blanchard)
  • A situational approach to the management of managers and co-workers
  • Changing the management paradigm from “I manage in my own way” to the leadership paradigm “I lead in order to achieve goals most effectively”
  • What influences the choice of an appropriate leadership style?
  • How to handle leadership styles that are foreign to me, but the situation requires them?
  • How to assign tasks and control their fulfillment with different leadership styles?

Leader and Team – Leadership and different types of teams

  • Types of teams and their leadership
  • Team development and how to adapt your management style to the team situation

The importance of values ​​and integrity

  • Values ​​and their communication in the company, communicated and real company culture
  • A leader leads by example and models the way. I do what I say (Walk your talk)
  • Building or breaking trust

Research of a selected book on leadership

Possible assignments

  • Analysis of the situation in the team I lead and a proposal for changes in my approach to team management
  • Optimizing the leadership style of individual employees
  • Custom assignment related to the topic

We can learn many useful procedures and techniques, but let’s remain ourselves, out of respect for ourselves and for people to trust us.

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