Leadership Toolkit

QAR 99


There are managers, and then there are leaders. But excellent leaders aren’t created overnight. It takes time to learn and master skills like communication, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and mentoring. This collection of courses lays out the foundation of building and strengthening these skills. Suited for managers and newly promoted leaders, this collection covers the fundamentals of conflict management, promoting talent, facilitating results, and more. It also examines the potential costs and consequences that can occur when strong leadership is lacking in a company.

Courses in Collection

    Managers vs Leaders
    Conflict Management
    Effective Meetings
   Motivating Others
   Promoting Talent and much more...

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    Module 1 :Managers vs Leaders

           The main difference between leaders and managers is that leaders have vision. They’re constantly driving towards the bigger picture, while managers maintain the status quo, often focusing on organizing others’ ideas to reach set goals. You might have great management skills like coordinating teams, delegating tasks, and monitoring progress, but what if the safety net of working from someone else’s vision is removed? To be a successful leader, you need to think like one.
    Topic's covered :
            How to compare management and leadership
            What are the different leadership styles
            How to develop your leadership skills
    Module 2 :Conflict Management

           Conflict can be hard to deal with, and sometimes the workplace can feel more like a battleground. As a leader, it’s your job to step in, but it can be tricky knowing when and how to do that. Some leaders ignore conflict altogether, which can lead to a toxic and damaging work environment for everyone, impacting productivity and, ultimately, the success of your business.
    Topic's covered :
           How to identify conflict in the workplace
            How to know when to intervene
            How to manage conflict successfully
            How to encourage teams to think creatively

    Module 3 :Effective Meetings

           In many workplaces, any mention of the word “meeting” is met with a collective sigh. That’s usually because people’s experience is of ineffective meetings which they see as boring, pointless, and a waste of valuable time. Like any task, holding an effective meeting needs careful planning and set goals to identify who should be involved and what should be discussed.
    Topic's covered :
            How to plan effective meetings
            How to implement meeting etiquette
            How to create actions and set goals
    Module 4 :Motivating Others

           Coaching is a brilliant tool that managers use to maximize staff potential. By using your relationship with employees, you can encourage them to learn. But, if you don’t have a reasonable relationship with your employees to begin with, you won’t be able to improve their skills. A large part of coaching involves knowing enough about the person’s life to develop a joint plan to reach their goal.
    Topic's covered :
            What are some motivation types
            What are the benefits of motivation
            How to motivate your team
    Module 5 :Promoting Talent

           Promoting talent in your workforce is a vital part of being an effective leader. Creating an environment that nurtures and manages the talents of its workforce will lead to a more successful business, because it plays to everyone’s skills.
    Topic's covered :
            What “promoting talent” means
            What are the benefits of promoting talent
    Module 6:Leading by Example

           “If they can do it, I can do it.” When you lead by example, you make it easy for others to follow you. You might be the type of person who jumps in with both feet, or perhaps you prefer to sit back and only ever take calculated risks. Whatever you do and however you do it – when leading, people are influenced by your actions and behavior.
    Topic's covered :
           What “leading by example” really means
           What are the benefits of leading by example for businesses
           How to set good examples for your workforce
    Module 7: Facilitating Results

           Facilitative leadership is the process of enabling your team to maximize their contributions, in order to get better results. To do this you need to establish a culture of “the team,” where you manage everyone’s skills, set clear goals, and nurture team spirit and communication.
           What “facilitating” is in leadership
           How a facilitative approach drives results
           How to structure facilitation to reach goals
    Module 8: Making Deals

           The ability to spot and make deals is a key ingredient in a successful business. Companies thrive when leaders use initiative to counter any setbacks. Good leaders are always on the lookout for arrangements with other businesses, or seeking opportunities to negotiate with clients, to maximize profit and negotiate the best situation for their team.
           How to use techniques to improve your negotiation skills
           How to consider future benefits, not just current deals
           How to build relationships with those you do business with
           How to be transparent with your team to help each other
    Module 9:Leading Remote Teams

           It’s the same for leading a remote team. A remote team is a team of employees that work in separate places. And although you may not be able to physically see them, there are ways to regulate their workload and keep communication clear. You just need to know how to do it!.
           How to trust “out of sight” working
           How to empower, trust, and avoid micromanaging your team
           How to build effective communication across your team
           How to select the best technology for your remote team
    Module 10: Managing Change

           Humans aren’t great at handling change, especially if it’s random, or has no benefit or explanation. But in every profession, sometimes change is necessary to improve or streamline the business. Being able to manage, and present change, so it comes across as a positive part of progress, is essential for keeping your business moving.
           What is change management and what are the benefits
           How to effectively explain the need for change
           How to make change manageable for your team

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    Leadership Toolkit

    QAR 99