Today, and more than ever before, enterprises require competent leaders on all organisational levels. Managers who can lead employees to success in a challenging and fast changing market environment are a precious find.
Planning, budget setting, organisation of work, goal setting and monitoring of work are typical managerial skills. However, in order to become a leader, a manager needs to develop an array of additional skills.
Leaders have a vision and can infect people with their enthusiasm. Leaders focus on people, inspire them to work by stressing their potential and by using their resources to fulfil company’s strategic goals. Thus, leaders build effective teams which can exceed expectations and deliver outstanding results.
Leaders know how to lead their teams through change and deal with employees’ resistance by using clear and open communication.
Still, leaders are well aware how important self-development is. They understand that in order to teach and require certain qualities from their staff, first of all they have to represent those skills themselves.
A list of trainings related to developing leadership skills:
- Planning and goal-driven management
- Time management techniques
- Tasks delegation and monitoring of work
- Conflict management
- Change management
- Management through coaching
- Building effective teams
- Emotional intelligence
- Cooperation in a multicultural team