By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Examine the highlights of major leadership research.
- Use self-assessments to determine their own styles in terms of leadership, power and conflict.
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of the nature of change and conflict and apply a number of models and strategies for managing and leading change and conflict.
- Define the major Emotional Intelligence (EI) competencies underlying effective leadership.
- Examine the implications of the research about the ingredients of managerial success in the modern World.
Who should attend?
Senior and middle managers: who are in leadership positions and who are accountable for achieving results through others and via major change initiatives.
- Management and Leadership: The Vital Differences
- Can Leadership be Taught and Developed?
- Are Leaders Born or Made?
- Dispelling Some Leadership Myths
- Synopsis of Major Leadership Research
- Qualities and Characteristics of Admired Leaders
- Practices of Exemplary Leadership
- Identifying Personal Leadership Qualities
- Administration, Scoring and Interpretation of Results