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Date Venue Fees
24 - 28 Feb 2025 Dubai - UAE $5,950
Course Description

INTRODUCTION

Accountability and behaviour is vital when it comes to leadership development. In reality the leader is just one person, the real driving force behind a leader’s success is their team. It is up to the leader to demonstrate best practise, accountability, resilience, emotional intelligence and much more. The leader is a role model for their team, setting an example of the expectations and culture required of their company. In essence they are responsible for the future cohort and successfully handing over the baton.

 With heightened pressures and targets. Many leaders are now considering how to get the highest level of performance from their people. However, it is important that the leader looks inwards and recognise the importance of their own conduct in achieving these targets. The single most important factor in driving a productive team in work and management is the behaviour and style of the leader. It is essential that the leader can look inwards and take ownership of any personal obstacles they unconsciously project but also take accountability for any unconscious bias. This Leadership transition training course is highly interactive, and participants are expected to discuss their unique situation as well as practise the tools they are learning.

This GLOMACS Leadership transition training course will highlight:

  • The link between the leader's behaviour and team performance.
  • Alignment under the power of influence of the team
  • How best to communicate with differing team dynamics.
  • Accountability and the importance of trust and psychological safety.
  • Emotional intelligence and ownership.

Objectives

  • Understand what behaviours in your role as a leader promote the greatest impact.
  • Harness and nurture talent within the team.
  • Recognising accountability and establishing psychological safety in the workplace.
  • Working with different personalities and harnessing the best results.
  • Incorporating influence and persuasion to effective use.

Training Methodology

This leadership transition training course uses a range of approaches for development, including group activities, individual exercises, scientific evidence, role plays and group work. Scientific inputs are used to introduce theory. A main contender of the learning process is sharing the different experiences that participants bring as well as experimenting with novel and sometimes challenging techniques. Best practise is consistently shared with delegates taking ownership and accountability of work conducted previously.

Organisational Impact

Leaders and managers who have shared the experience of A Leadership Transition course will offer their organisation an increased self-awareness, the importance of psychological safety and trust, influence and persuasion techniques, communication, accountability and ownership.

The Organisation will have the following benefits;

  • Increased team productivity
  • Greater teamwork and collaborative behaviours.
  • More creativity and innovation from team members.
  • Problems get solved quicker.
  • Performance issues can be addressed directly with confidence.
  • A  reduced rate of interpersonal challenges and complaints between team members.

Personal Impact

Delegates will be exposed to a variety of different approaches in leadership practise, allowing them to choose those most suitable for their teams requirements and the challenging situations they face together.

At the end of this training course, the participants will gain the following;

  • Greater confidence in leadership behaviour and confidence.
  • An improved awareness of accountability and ownership required to take on a leadership role.
  • An improved sense of emotional intelligence and the impact of self-awareness and self -management.
  • New tools to engage and inspire others.
  • The understanding of influence and how it can work as a persuasive tool.
  • Improved behaviour and understanding in challenging situations.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This GLOMACS Leadership Transition training course is suitable for a variety of leadership and management functions from experienced leaders through to junior- middle managers who might be new to the role of leadership.

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Leaders who are looking to update their skill set and ability.
  • Managers who have taken on a new team leadership role.
  • Managers who have a challenging team or feel their teams are stuck.
  • Senior management wanting to learn modern leadership techniques.
  • Project managers or those with a project management role.
Course Outline

DAY 1

The Leader and the Importance of Positive Role-modelling

  • The importance of positive role models.
  • Key leadership tasks and responsibilities.
  • The difference between management and leadership.
  • The language we use and the message is we project.
  • Growth mindset versus fixed mindset.
  • Influence and persuasion, the power of reciprocity.

DAY 2

Team Alignment, Psychological Safety, Coaching and Vision

  • Creating a cohesive team
  • psychological safety and the importance of trust.
  • Goal alignment and positive objectives.
  • Communicating a positive team vision.
  • Coaching and the importance of self-guidance.
  • Confidence.

DAY 3

Leadership and the importance of good relations.

  • Relationships and the importance of good team dynamics
  • Culture, sociology, and unconscious bias.
  • Characteristics of an inclusive team.
  • Non-traditional team structures.
  • Delegation and the importance of succession planning.

DAY 4

Team Growth and Development

  • What does success look like for the team.
  • Positive and negative team behaviours.
  • Transactional Analysis, adult and child theory.
  • How to add value to the team.
  • Recognising areas for growth and development
  • What I want for the next 12 months.

DAY 5

Delivering difficult messages and performance conversations

  • Fundamental attribution error, situation versus disposition.
  • Unconscious bias and the role it plays in labelling.
  • Unconditional Positive Regard, standing in the employee’s shoes.
  • Messaging and the importance of being succinct.
  • Conflict as a catalyst.
Certificates
  • On successful completion of this training course, GLOMACS Certificate will be awarded to the delegates
  • Continuing Professional Education credits (CPE) : In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsor, one CPE credit is granted per 50 minutes of attendance
Providers and Associations

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GLOMACS is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org

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