“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader” –
John Quincy Adams
Leading and motivating a team, creating a positive environment, developing others and leading change are the focus areas (of this training)
This Course aims to help you in
- Inspiring your team
- Identifying trends and adapt them quickly
- Influencing the people
- Decision making
- Managing Risks
“Words are but pictures of our Thoughts” - John Dryden.
Communication is just not talking or listening. Mastering the art of communication increases our chances of success in both professional and personal lives. This programme focuses on mastering communication and understanding body language. To master communication skills, extensive interactive and hands-on exercises are provided during the training course which encourage learning and increase the delegates' confidence.
This Course aims to help you in
- Understand different communication Styles
- Interacting with people
- Understanding Non Verbal Communication
- Active listening skills
Why do people do what they do and how can we motivate others to do what we need them to do in the business place. If we understand why and how people are motivated, we can encourage them to be their best and do their best at work.
This course aims to help you in:
- Internal Motivation
- External Motivation
- Motivational Theories
- Use of Goals and performance Management Technic in Motivating Teams
“Coming together is a beginning
Keeping together is progress
Working together is success” – Henry Ford
This course focuses on transforming a group of people to a team of motivated individuals who work smoothly towards a common goal. Participants are introduced to the concept of Team Roles and explore different ways of recognising and establishing their roles within the team. This knowledge enables team workers to manage their roles and responsibilities in the team and avoid gaps or overlaps in roles.
This course aims to help you in:
- Stages in Team formation
- Team Relationships
- Understanding Team Members
- Team Problem Solving
- Strengthening of the team
- Improving Team effectiveness
Coaching is a useful way of developing people's skills and abilities, and of boosting performance. It can also help deal with issues and challenges before they become major problems.Coaching Skills course will introduce you to the effective methods of managing resistive or defensive coachees, the ability to control your emotions and to use others in inspiring and directing them towards achieving their goals.
This course aims to help you focus on
- Learning and Development
- Performance Management
- Coaching Techniques
Decision Making and Problem Solving
Decision making is an essential leadership skill. If you can learn how to make timely, well-considered decisions, then you can lead your team to well-deserved success. If, however, you make poor decisions, your time as a leader will be brutally short.
This training focuses on series of proven techniques that simply help you to decide. Broadly the course can be divided into following sections:
What actions can you take and how to choose the best one?
Is the action you are about to take going to improve the situation?
How to make optimal decisions as a group?
How to choose between a set of options where each has its own advantages and disadvantages?
A problem is an opportunity for improvement. ‘Every problem has a gift for you in its hands”, says Richard Bach. This workshop focuses on how to solve a problem as a group by brainstorming, idea generation and collective decision making. At the end of the session we understand:
Why people fail in solving problems?
What are the helpful attitudes that can help to solve problems more efficiently?
What techniques help to improve problem solving?
Effective Supervision and Give/Receive Feedback
Providing adequate and effective supervision to staff is a difficult and time-consuming job. When done correctly, employees are happier in their position, stay longer, and most important, clients receive better service. A skilled supervisor is an effective communicator, problem-solver and employee motivator. Drawing out the potential of workers requires insights into their strengths and developmental needs. The participants will learn strategies for becoming an effective supervisor.
One of the most valuable contributions anyone can make to another person’s learning is constructive comment. Whether as a Leader or as a team member each one of us has the capacity to provide useful information to other people that will help them to learn more effectively. This workshop helps the participants to approach feedback in a four dimensional method and tips to give/receive effective feedback
Three dimensional approach to Supervision
- Guidelines for effective supervision
- Art of giving and receiving feedback
- Handling difficult people
Delegation is one of the most important management skills. Good delegation saves you time, develops your people, grooms a successor, and motivates. Poor delegation will cause you frustration, demotivates and confuses the other person, and fails to achieve the task or purpose itself. So it's a management skill that's worth improving.
This workshop would help the participants to learn to overcome fear of delegating and a systematic approach to effective delegation. This modules focuses on:
- Why to delegate
- Delegation Strategy
- How to delegate
- How to monitor and control delegated task
- Coaching and Mentoring
In any business, change is the only reliable constant! Managing change is a challenging process. It’s a way of creating the future. True change management doesn’t just involve getting through the change, coping with the change, or surviving the change; instead it requires careful construction of a process that will lead to successful implementation of the change for everyone in the organization.
The workshop focuses on:
- Why change
- Managing change
- Managing resistance
- Areas to focus on the most
- Mentoring, coaching and motivating
“Management is nothing more than motivating other people.” Lee Iacocca
Good managers get the job done — meet goals and deadlines, and get some productivity from their team. However, a great manager can do the same, but is also excellent at motivating people, learning from previous mistakes, and gaining respect from their team. Every manager should strive to be a ‘great boss’. But before that, being a great boss and effective management requires self- awareness. Managers should be aware of their strengths and weaknesses, triggers, communication style, and how they are perceived by their employees. Having this awareness is vital to success. Great bosses understand both themselves, their teams, and can pull talent from everyone together.
- Identify your goals
- Know your team
- Match Tasks with Staff
Conflicts can be hard. We get so emotional that sometimes we feel we can’t take it at all. When we are in a conflict what should we do? Should we just leave it and hope that it goes away? The chances are that it probably doesn’t go away and will come back to haunt you. Conflicts have a tendency to escalate when untreated, they can make the environment toxic and unproductive and eventually the conflict may come to control you rather you controlling it.
- Managing Conflict
- Handling Emotions
- Art of Negotiation
- Being Assertive