Why study leadership?
In an ever-changing and fast paced global economy, leadership seems to be an increasingly necessary but complex skill to master.
It is a commonly held notion that acquiring leadership skills is a confusing and mysterious process. However, these skills can be learned in a straight-forward and logical manner that can be applied directly to your organization.
If you would like to manage and lead your organization more effectively but don’t know where to start, this course, designed by JM&C is for you.
Objectives and benefits of the course
The objective of this seminar is to help you learn the following:
- Effective communication skills for leadership roles
- Effective management and facilitation techniques for dealing with a global workforce
- Team building techniques from small to large organizations
In turn this will allow you to:
- Avoid conflict and indecision that wastes the time and energy of your workforce
- Create clear goals that motivate and give direction to your team
- Attain productivity, growth and your goals in less time
What you will learn on this seminar
The seminar will cover the following topics and skills:
- General principles of leadership
- Facilitating versus being a leader
- Arbitration and mediation techniques for conflict
- Effective team building techniques
- Problem solving in cultural diverse teams
- Understanding team life cycles and productivity
- Workshop for applied leadership skills in your own organization
You can study how and when you want to with our flexible modular course. There are a range of course durations from a one day (7 hour) course to a 4 day course (28 hours) depending on your needs and desired focus. Please contact us here to obtain a detailed PDF brochure.
Learning methodology and course flow
Our experienced leadership instructors use a three stage learning process to encourage maximum performance among participants outlined below:
Stage one: Introduction
Skills, techniques and leadership theory or presented either as a lecture or in a discussion to ascertain participants’ current knowledge and skill level.
Stage two: Practice
Participants practice skills and techniques using a range of exercises including discussion, business case studies, question and answer sessions and presentations.
Stage 3: Production
Participants demonstrate level of understanding and ability to perform skills and techniques through role plays and simulation exercises. They are given feedback from peers and the instructor on performance with advice for further improvement.