Special Notice: This course includes submission of assignments. Marking of each assignment is included within the cost of the course along with two free re-submissions but should delegates refer on their assignment more than twice then re-marking will then incur an additional charge of £25 per submission.
This programme is designed to help team-leaders and supervisors identify the key differences between working within a team, and assisting in the supervision of a team, and to provide them with practical tools to support them.
Programme duration approx 5 months, consisting of pre course work, 3 days classroom training and assignments.
This workshop is highly participative, using facilitated discussion, presentations, validated tools of self-assessment, case studies and group work. The workshop promotes reflective review, and encourages delegates to find opportunities to apply the learning in the workplace. Delegates will complete two work-based learning assignments, which are assessed and verified by the ILM in order to achieve their accreditation.
This course is designed for anyone aspiring to or new to a supervisory or team leading position who is seeking an industry recognised qualification or for experienced team members wishing to develop their skills for their first supervisory role.
Recognise the differences between leadership and management
Describe and apply a range of leadership styles that complement the organisational structure
Examine the impact of leadership style on team performance
Appreciate the importance of team performance in achieving organisational objectives
Recognise and rectify underperformance
Apply theories of motivation to increase team and individual performance
Explore the role of leadership and management
Identify a range of leadership behaviours, values and guiding principles
Examine the cause and effect of leadership actions
Enable participants to explore their own leadership styles
Develop an understanding of the true meaning of performance management
Promote effective objective setting
Identify the triggers and causes of underperformance
Analyse suitable strategies for responding to performance issues
Address key motivational theories