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Leadership Series Training Course Online Course (12 months Access)

CareerVision Training
Online

£ 540 - (Rs 46,065)
+ VAT

Important information

  • Course
  • Online
  • Duration:
    Flexible
  • When:
    Flexible
  • Online campus
Description

The following course, offered by Career vision, will help you improve your skills and achieve your professional goals. During the program you will study different subjects which are deemed to be useful for those who want to enhance their professional career. Sign up for more information!

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Where and when

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Flexible
Online

What you'll learn on the course

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Leadership
IT

Course programme


The Leadership Training Course Series from LearnKey provides five complete courses of instruction to help organizations develop effective leaders and successful teams. Courses include Powerful Communication Skills, Powerful Presentation Skills, How to Supervise People, How to Coach an Effective Team and How to Handle Conflict and Confrontation.


  • Your new skills will generate results - people will respond to you more positively.
  • You will have the confidence to communicate your ideas in your style.
  • Get people to take ownership of their jobs - create the perfect team!
  • Become a better leader by using proven approaches for handling conflict and negativity.




Section A: Introduction
Tour
Communication Skills

Section B: Listening Concepts
Attending
Following
Reflecting
Listening Skills

Section C: Communication Methods
Passive
Aggressive
Assertive
Emotional Control
Being Effective

Section D: Basic Communication Skills
Nonverbal Skills
Body Language
Eye Contact
Public Speaking
Writing Skills
Applying Skills

Section E: Pressurized Situations
Overview
Negative Self-talk
Handling Criticism
Problem Solving
Conflict Management

Section F: Communication Tools
Charisma
Technology
Applying Concepts
Conclusion



Section A: Getting Started
Introduction
Audiences
Attention

Section B: Presentation Style
Your Personality Type
Personality Types
Out of the Gray Zone
Presentation Flowchart
3 Presentation Models
To Speak or Not to Speak

Section C: Presenting Your Material
What Disarms an Audience
What Arms an Audience
Rapport
Exchange of Needs
Humor
Interruptions
NLP

Section D: Tips and amp; Tactics
Powerful Negotiation
Leading a Meeting
Tips for the Voice
Fear Factor
Conclusion



Section A: Leadership
Supervision and amp; Leadership
Five Action Steps
Power Points
Delegation
Building Blocks
The PDCA Cycle
Value-Added
Review

Section B: Managing Your Time
Take Control
Time Management
Stress Management
Handling New Employees
Training Employees
Recognition
Review

Section C: Supervisory Success
PDCA - Management Tool
Promotions
Problem Employees
EEQ/AAR
Communication
Meetings
Presentations
Review



Section A: Management Perspectives
Getting Started
Paradigm Shift
Facilitator Comments
Take the Quiz
Becoming a Manager
Organizational Chart
Model Organization

Section B: Coaching
Improving Performance
Team Stages
Barriers to Performance
Clarifying and amp; Probing
Inspiring
Motivating

Section C: Mentoring
Examples
Metoring = Instruction
Lead by Example
Need to Mentor
Mentoring Review
Empowerment
Benefits of Mentoring
Getting Results

Section D: Counseling
When to Counsel
Confronting
Respect vs. Like
How to Confront
Ways to Get Solutions
Consequences/Rewards
Attitude Change
Facilitator Follow-up



Section A: Handling Conflict
Introduction
Positive Effects
Negative Effects
Misconceptions
Reflections

Section B: Types of Conflict
Three Types
Internal Conflict
Interpersonal Conflict
Intergroup Conflict
Reflections

Section C: Stages of Conflict
Three Stages
Everyday Concerns
Significant Challenges
Overt Battles
Reflections

Section D: Managing Conflict
Five Styles
Collaboration
Obliging
Dominating
Avoiding
Compromising
Reflections

Section E: Maintaining Relationships
Principles
Guidelines
Constructive Confrontation
Communication Tips

Section F: Emotions of Conflict
Emotional Responses
Four Questions
Rejection Response

Section G: Responses to Avoid
Emotional Don'ts
Closer Look