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Leadership is an important skill for the business professional. In order to start your leadership role, or beginning to develop the necessary skills to become an effective leader, you will need to understand some fundamental leadership skills. This leadership course will introduce you to the key elements of effective and successful leadership needed to develop your knowledge.
Introducing to Leadership Theories
Organisations and Culture
Dealing with Difficult or Tricky People
Understand the Importance of Motivation
Understanding the Importance of Motivation
Stages of Team Development
Team Roles – Roles within your Team Using the Belbin Theory
Influences of Change
Culture and Change
There are no prerequisites for this course.
This course is recommended for individuals of all levels wishing to improve their leadership skills. In particular, individuals interested in moving towards Management roles, new Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders or even experienced Managers looking to refresh their understanding.
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"Really good course and well organised. Trainer was great with a sense of humour - his experience allowed a free flowing course, structured to help you gain as much information & relevant experience whilst helping prepare you for the exam"
Joshua Davies, Thames Water
"...the trainer for this course was excellent. I would definitely recommend (and already have) this course to others."
Diane Gray, Shell