Situational Leadership

QAR 99

        In order for your managers to be great leaders, they need to take into account that every employee is different. Each employee has different needs and aspirations, and the managers will need to adjust their style to each member of their team. Situational leadership helps the managers pick the right style for every team member. In this collection, your managers will get to know the four leadership styles of situational leadership: telling, selling, participating, and delegating leadership. Through courses that cover both theory and helpful examples, they will understand the four situational leadership styles, and will then be able to learn more on practicing situational leadership

Courses in Collection

   Situational Leadership- Telling Leadership
    Situational Leadership- Selling Leadership
    Situational Leadership- Delegating Leadership
    Situational Leadership- Participating Leadership
    Practical Situational Leadership

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    Module 1 :Situational Leadership- Telling Leadership

            All good leaders know that different situations, and different people, require different approaches. Mike struggling with the printer on his 1st day on the job would simply need clear instructions. But talking to Sal, who heads up the marketing team, about a conflict with a client – well, that would demand a completely different conversation.
    Topic's covered :
            How to improve your effectiveness as a leader and manager
            When to adopt a telling leadership style
            How to help those around you develop and grow under your guidance
    Module 2 :Situational Leadership- Selling Leadership

           Some people like being told what to do, while others like to know why things happen in a certain way. You know that member of your team who always asks, “And why’s that?” Well they’re showing you they’ve got the potential to learn and grow in their role, if you just give them a little of your time. So, if someone asks you to show them where some files are kept, you could just point them in the direction of the filing cabinet. But a better idea would be to show them to the files, and explain why they’ve been filed there. That’s called a selling leadership style.
    Topic's covered :
            How to use this management style to develop your team’s skills and improve their knowledge
            How to motivate members of your team who show an interest in learning more
            How to explain your thoughts and decisions clearly by opening up communication channels

    Module 3 :Situational Leadership- Participating Leadership

          Good leaders know when to teach, when to direct, when to listen, and when to ask for opinions. While it might be down to you to make the final call, engaging your team will let them know that you value them and their opinions and they’ll be more likely to work hard for you if you do! Being a participating leader promotes personal growth and development and encourages higher performance levels.
    Topic's covered :
           How to encourage input from individuals for the good of the team
            When to adopt a participating-leadership style
            How to nurture relationships and show team members you value their ideas
    Module 4 :Situational Leadership- Delegating Leadership

           Delegating leadership is the highest of the 4 situational leadership styles. It not only allows a leader to delegate and free up their time, it also places responsibility on the team member who takes on the task. And delegating doesn’t have to involve global project management. It might involve asking an office junior to organize the yearly networking conference. But whatever the task, it’s viewed as a sign of trust and responsibility.
    Topic's covered :
            How to use your judgment to hand over control when appropriate
            What is meant by delegating leadership
            Why delegating is such an important management tool
    Module 5 :Practical Situational Leadership

          Mike has just deleted the Baines files by mistake, 15 minutes before Billy Baines is due to arrive for a meeting. You’re in charge, and it’s up to you to respond. So how are you going to handle it? Situational leadership provides 4 clear styles to choose from, and knowing which 1 to go with is key. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to managing people. Unless your managers oversee a team of clones, a fluid approach is essential.
    Topic's covered :
           How to assess performance readiness
            When to change leadership styles
           Why and when to delegate

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    Situational Leadership

    QAR 99