The best leaders are able to survey a situation, adapt, and provide the autonomy, direction, and support employees need. In this two-day course on March 24 and 25, participants will gain insight into their own leadership style and what motivates others to perform. By use of an assessment instrument, the participants will examine the varying styles of their direct reports.
Participants also will learn how their own style affects their direct reports and ways to help them match their own style to the specific needs of their workers. This highly engaging workshop will provide participants with an understanding of the Situational Leadership® Model:
These four styles become the basis for helping leaders know which style to use with each of their direct reports based on 1) a particular stage in the worker’s development, 2) if the employee’s work tasks are new, 3) if the employee’s work is highly technical.
Participants will learn:
- Their primary and secondary leadership styles
- The appropriate style of leadership for each situation
- How to apply the Situational Leadership II model
- Personal action planning