Are you interested in taking up a leadership position? Would you like to know what leadership means in a contemporary, complex work environment? And do you feel like testing it in practice today?
“Learn what leadership means, how to achieve goals and motivate people. Find out if you are the leader of tomorrow.”
In the two-day interactive programme ‘Are you tomorrow’s leader?’ we will explore what leadership means, engage in practical exercises and challenge you to discover whether this could be the next step for you.
During this programme, you will not only get a scientifically based insight into your role as a leader. You will also learn the ins and outs of motivation and commitment and master the right techniques to get people on board and achieve organisational goals.
In addition, you will learn about the importance of resilience within teams, also in diff icult times and during change. You will therefore be introduced to how to deal with change and resistance and how to build a resilient team.
To translate all this into concrete insights, actionable tools and hands-on skills with which you can make an impact, we use the metaphor of the mountain guide. We challenge you to explore what
kind of guide you want to be, how you would build a team of climbers and what you would do with climbers who are struggling.
We do this in 2 interactive classroom training sessions, preceded by a self-assessment. In between, you will receive the necessary digital learning boosters to deepen and reflect.
Before you start, we challenge you to reflect on your strengths, work points and motivations for participating in this two-day programme. You will bring this self-assessment to your first training day.
After this session:
DAY 1: Me as a leader (full day, classroom training)
You start this session with an introduction. At the same time, we introduce you to the course, our methodology and the scientific framework we use. You will discover what task-based leadership is and how to shape it. You will also learn what commitment and motivation mean and why a manager must ensure a balance between maximum contribution to business objectives and optimal employee satisfaction and commitment. You will conclude this first day with a practical assignment.
After this session:
DAY 2: Me and the others (full day, classroom training + half day with simulation actor)
At the start of this session, you look back at your interim assignment. We start from this assignment to learn exactly what you can do to motivate your employees. Then you learn how to deal with change, resilience and resistance. After this session, you will know what changes do to your brain and what impact they have on your and your team’s resilience. You can identify resistance and stress signals in yourself and your employees. Finally, you understand why courageous conversations are sometimes so difficult and learn the right conversation techniques to successfully conduct such a conversation and deal with the reactions of your conversation partner. In the afternoon, you apply these new insights and skills with a simulation actor. You conclude the day with a new self-assessment and concrete steps you can take in your career.
After this session:
This training can be used perfectly as a plug and play training, but can just as well be part of a Learning Journey. Below are a few examples that you can use to increase the effect of the training:
2-Day traject with half-day actor (day 2 PM)
For all professionals who want a ‘taste’ of ‘leading’ or who have just stepped into a people leader role.
We all learn in different forms and in different ways. To implement the skills that are important for your organization, it is crucial that the used learning tools have the necessary impact and are aligned with your organizational culture. Based on our expertise and experience we distinguish the following:
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