Duration: 2 Days
If you are new to people management this course is the ideal way to gain the skills you require quickly. As a new leader you will return to work feeling motivated and confident that you can make a positive impact in your new role. This course will challenge the way you see yourself and how you choose to lead your team. This two-day course will provide you with the underpinning knowledge and understanding of team development and effective teams, the role and responsibilities of a Team Leader, an awareness of various management and leadership styles, as well as key skills areas such as workplace communications and delegation. You will also have an opportunity to consider way of developing yourself as a Team Leader.
This course is designed for individuals who are either newly appointed to a Team Leader role or for individuals who have been a Team Leader for a period of time but have received no formal training. Supervisors with more experience may prefer 'Team Management and Leadership Skills for Supervisors & Team Leaders'.
Please Note: If you wish to study towards a nationally recognised qualification in Team Leading, you are advised to consider alternatively enrolling onto our ILM Level 2 Award in Team Leading.
Defining your role and responsibility as team leader:
Understanding the difference between groups and teams
Know what is meant by a Team Role and how to identify them in your workplace
Understand a relevant Management and Leadership theory and your own leadership style
Identify the skills, behaviour and characteristics of good team leading
People management, team development and delegation:
Understand the stages of team development and assess where your own team is in realtion to Tuckman's model
Identify the Skills, Behaviours & Characteristics of good Team Leading
Recognise strengths and develop individuals' potential
Appreciate the main advantages and disadvantages of workplace delegation
Overcome the barriers to effective delegation
Improve team performance
Develop effective strategies for yourself and your team
Identify how to improved team, dynamics and communication
Identify how to develop and improve trust
Know how to establish SMART objectives for your team
Motivating the team
Identify the key principles of motivation
Understand a number of relevant workplace motivational theories
Link individual effort to eam and organisational goals
Identify and understand the communication process
Identify good workplace communication practice methods and barriers
Define feedback and identify how to give constructive feedback
Prepare and develop a personal action plan to support your return to the workplace
By the end of this course you / they will be able to:
Develop the key people management skills to ensure success in your supervisory role.
Enhance the effectiveness/performance of your team and the achievement of objectives and results
Understand how to overcome barriers to communication.
Motivate, manage and lead your team and individuals to meet objectives and deliver results.
Handle difficult situations and people using empathy and constructive feedback.
Effectively supervise individuals you used to work alongside
Deal more effectively and confidently with difficult behaviours and situations
No pre-course preparation needed and no formal assessment.
If you are reperesenting a business this course can be run exclusively and tailored to suit your company's specific learning requirements and organisational needs. Costs are dependant on number of days requires and bespoke content.