Compelling Business Leadership in the Workplace

Compelling Business Leadership in the Workplace

Compelling Business Leadership in the Workplace.

Over three days, this course sharpens leadership skills. It covers inspiring leadership behaviors and warns against credibility-damaging actions. Delegates learn effective delegation, feedback, time management, problem-solving, and fostering a productive department. The training ensures adherence to best practices, team motivation, and decision-making while addressing conflicts and safety. It employs varied teaching methods and practical exercises, providing feedback for skill mastery.

Elective modules on ethics, sexual harassment, and labor law are available for a comprehensive learning experience.

Here are the skills you will master over this three-day course:

At the end of the course, you will be equipped to do this skilfully.

  1. Identifying and adopting:
    • Five behaviours which will set you apart as a leader people want to follow.
    • Also, avoiding five behaviours which will destroy your credibility as a leader
  1. Mastering the special skill of:
    • Giving instructions, delegating, giving feedback as to how things are going, and
    • Creating a productive department where work is a pleasure.
    • Also, examining which mistakes to avoid when giving instructions and delegating.
  1. Using the special Time Management skill to:
    • Manage the demands of completing lot of tasks and
    • Meeting all deadlines with the team.
    • Also, taking note of four common mistakes which cost you unnecessary time.
  1. Applying the most effective problem-solving skills when facing:
    • Obstacles, snags,  delays, break downs and difficult conditions.  
    • Mistakes, or non-performance issues
    • Also, avoiding a common, problem-solving trap.
  1. Ensuring that:
    • The best technical and human processes are followed in a department and
    • Work as efficiently as possible within constraints that may be present.
    • Also, avoiding common,  people-relationship trap that could trip you up 
  1. Applying five key ideas to ensure that:
    • People in a department, or work unit,  work together happily as a motivated team.
    • Also, avoiding a common mistake which demotivates a team.  
  1. Using four key concepts to ensure that:
    • Decisions which are being taken, are well considered, and that:
    • Judgements which are being made, follow a proven pathway.
  1. Using proven skills to:
    • Address and solve conflicts in a way that,
    • Brings about agreeable  
  1. Carrying out five continuous observations and actions to:
    • Ensure all at work are in a safe environment where
    • Accidents, injuries and plant damage are prevented.
  1. Using five proven ways to ensure:
    • All team members are trained and developed formally, and informally.
    • A learning-culture becomes the trend and is looked up to by all, and,
    • Training and development occur with or without a budget.
    • How to do an accurate estimate to calculate if the training you are to take on will bring a return on the investment. (ROI)
  1. Developing:
    • Flexibility, empathy, technical expertise, and communication skills  to give you the edge as a team leader people want to work with.

Elective  Modules: Ethics, Sexual Harassment and Labour Law.

 If chosen, this will replace any two of the previously listed modules:

    • High speed Ethics: Answering 20 key questions relating to Being Ethically Grounded
    • High Speed Sexual Harassment: Answering 20 key questions relating on how to deal with Sexual Harassment in the workplace.
    • High Speed Labour Relations: 20 key questions a manager must be able to answer relating to Labour law in South Africa. 

Being Ethnically Grounded

The Carer way of dealing with Sexual Harassment

Labour law in South Africa


 How the learning happens:

  1. Concepts are taught briefly and demonstrated by skilled facilitators. Visuals, stories, examples and clear and illustrated learning material make it easy to grasp. 
  2. Exercises follow in which delegates practice the concepts. This is fun and demanding but rewarding.
  3. Feedback is given as to how well the delegate is mastering the skills. This can be an eye opener and  developmental.
  4. A sign off happens when a delegate masters each one of the 11 skills.

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