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An Introduction to Leadership Skills

Posted on the 23 March 2012 by Combi31 @combi31

An Introduction to Leadership Skills

Duration – 2 days

Course Objectives

After participating in this course, learners will learn :

An Introduction to Leadership

What qualities does a leader need?

What does a leader do?

Definition of a Leader

Achievement through People

The Task and the Team

The Leadership Graph Graph

Giving Clear Instructions

Types of Instructions

Orders / Requests / Suggestions

Misinterpretation

Verbal Instructions

Written Instructions – Doing

Active Listening

Programme :

The Art of Delegation

Why delegate?

Task Delegation

Responsibility and Authority

Over/Under delegating

Giving Feedback

Staff need feedback to…

Feedback guidelines

Responses to Criticism

Prerequisites :A good working knowledge of English.

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What you receive:

  • Complete package for running 2 day “An Introduction to Leadership Skills” seminars
  • Powerpoint training slides
  • Printable trainees handbooks
  • Full trainer handbook with step-by-step instructions for running the course
  • Activities and ice-breakers
  • Self-evaluation sheets for trainees
  • Training activity handouts
  • Pricing policy for your training seminars
  • Printable trainees feedback for trainer sheets
  • Marketing materials for your courses
  • Licence to use the package for one trainer
  • E-mail support to help you run great seminars

An Introduction to Leadership Skills

All of this for the one-time price of 550€ !

As soon as your payment is received through Paypal, we will send you the complete package – within one working day.

An Introduction to Leadership Skills
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