Duration: 1 day
Maximum number of delegates: 12
Who is this course for?
This course would be of benefit to those managers who want to improve their goal-setting and feedback giving skills and want to understand why these are so important to getting the best out of their staff. It would also benefit those people who manage more than a couple of people and want to know how to instill a sense of “team”.
- goal-setting techniques, giving constructive feedback and an introduction to coaching
- the situational leadership model
- motivation theory and its implications for managers
- team formation, team development and group psychology
- what makes a team “high performing”
Benefits of attending
Delegates will leave this day with the skills to set goals with their staff according to best practice and knowledge of the underpinning psychological theory, give constructive feedback (and have those difficult conversations) to/with their staff and have an awareness of the importance of using a variety of styles to take account of the abilities and motivation of the people they are responsible for. They will also leave with an understanding of the group processes that inevitably happen when people work as part of a team and have the knowledge and skills to facilitate the highest performance possible.