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One day course
As managers, you probably know what you should be doing in terms of the day-to-day management tasks and responsibilities but then sometimes it still feels like a struggle and your team are not working with you in the way you would want.
Conflict and disagreement are just part of organisational life and are sometimes necessary to move things forward. There is a difference however when low moods and morale prevail and it is not clear why. Research has shown that the manager or leader of a team or organisation, through his or her own emotional approach will impact the general mood. Creating a friendly but effective climate lifts everyone’s spirits and improves performance. People perform better when they feel good.
This course will help you understand emotional intelligence and the positive impact you can make for yourself and your team.
Who should sign up?
Anyone who has the responsibility for managing others and who strives to bring out the very best in their people, harnessing team performance and achieving outcomes for themselves and their organisations.
What Will I get out of it?
- Understand the difference between management and leadership and their different roles and responsibilities
- Moving into the bigger picture – why does emotional intelligence matter and why is it so important for the role of the manager/leader?
- Defining emotional intelligence and the competences relevant to the management role.
- The importance of intrapersonal skills: self-management.
- Recognising the ‘emotional cues of the boss’ and how contagious these can be.
- How moods impact results
- Impacting the ‘feel good’ factor
- Recognising and adapting styles of leadership
- Developing a coaching approach
What will it cover?
- What is the job of the manager/leader and what are their key roles and responsibilities?
- Defining emotional intelligence and its relevance and importance to the role of manager.
- Identifying and applying the relevant key competencies of emotional intelligence to the manager’s role.
- Understanding your own emotional temperament and behaviours and how these impact your team and those around you.
- The challenge of self-management for the manager/leader.
- Good moods, good work: tapping into peoples’ positive emotions.
- Different styles of leadership; it’s not just about being nice. Adapting your style to suit the circumstances.
- What we mean by coaching skills – what are the benefits and what are the skills to work on?
Trainer: Chrissie Wright
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