Avoid typical mistakes when taking on a first leadership role and gain confidence to perform effectively as a leader.
As a leader your primary role is to motivate, empower, make great decisions and develop your team. For a first time leader, mastering all of the aforementioned is demanding.
This seminar will help you to develop these critical skills. You will learn how to become familiar with your new leadership role and to avoid typical mistakes as a new leader. You will get to know different leadership styles and figure out which style best compliments your personal qualities and is most effective for your team. In addition, you will learn how to make great decisions and to master communication techniques that take into account cultural differences. These skills will help you to gain the confidence necessary to perform effectively.
Confidence and tools for your new leadership role
- You develop a leadership toolbox to take on your new role with confidence.
- You know how to avoid typical mistakes when leading people.
- You improve your communication skills.
Leadership skills and tools
- What a first time leader must do
- Difference between leaders and managers
- Situational leadership
- Coaching as a leadership style
- Becoming familiar with your new role
- Developing your own authentic and effective leadership style
- Intercultural aspects of leadership
- How to give effective feedback
- Developing your team
- Delegating effectively
- Make great decisions
Graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (UK). Trainer specialising in leadership and intercultural management. Many years of management experience as an officer in the British Army. TESOL certificate from Trinity College London. NLP practitioner.
Trainer input in turns with role-play and group work
Discussions, reflection, group work, role play, trainer input.
First-time leaders and high potentials
Young professionals with a first leadership role and high potentials working in an international environment.
The Seminar Stepping into Leadership is accredited as follows:
Professional Development Units
14 PDUs within the range Leadership