Leadership IV: Leader’s Challenges – Potential, Opportunity and Change

The Leadership IV course is focused on how to better identify and use the potential of your colleagues and perceive change as an opportunity , not as a problem.

  • Learn to better identify and use the potential of your colleagues
  • To support proactivity in the actions of the participants
  • Strengthen openness to change and improve the ability to motivate your colleagues to change

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

Development of the potential of collaborators

Challenge for leaders: “Let’s work on their development and use their potential and not have to work for them and be responsible for their mistakes.”

  • Perception of co-workers’ potential
  • Effort and result
  • Employee performance analysis (Performance, Activity, Competence, Motivation)
  • Collaborator development tools

An opportunity or a problem

  • I see and engage before I can just react (proactivity)
  • Indicators of problems and opportunities (KPI, company culture, errors and complaints, waste)
  • Change is an opportunity, not a threat

Change – a reflection of the changes we have experienced

We know how to reliably crash on the rocks of the inertia of well-established systems and habits. Do we know how to swim through the tide of change?

  • Paradigm, rejection of changes, resistance to change
  • The reason for the change, the goal of the change, how to get colleagues excited about the change

How does a leader communicate? Inspirational communication – communication that influences

  • Basic rules of communication about change, what needs to be talked about
  • Presentation of change and handling objections to change

Important conversations

  • How to conduct conversations about how I perceive a co-worker? Potential, strengths and weaknesses, clarification of emotions and feelings, stop slander and other practical situations

Research of a selected book on leadership

Possible assignments

  • Preparation for motivational change presentation
  • Analysis of possible objections to the change
  • Analysis of key players’ attitudes towards change
  • A proposal for a proactive response to an emerging problem
  • Analysis of the subordinate manager’s potential and development plan proposal


Seeing things as they are is good. Seeing things as they could be – is very good. Making things better – it’s great. Being able to get others excited about it means success.

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