Step Up to Leadership
About This Course
Don’t supervise...superlead your team to breakthrough performance! In this course, you will smooth your transition from individual contributor to leader. You’ll use the basics of time management, delegation, and performance appraisals as the foundation to step up to the next level of leadership. You will go from doing to leading by using proven techniques to hold yourself and others accountable for expected results.
What You’ll Learn
Congratulations! You have been promoted from being an individual contributor to supervising or managing others. Wonderful news. When the excitement dies down, reality sets in. How am I going to do this? Most of us learn to lead based on previous leaders (the good ones and the bad ones) in our lives. Leadership is a learned skill. While attributes such as friendliness, integrity, enthusiasm, determination – the kind of qualities that likely led to your promotion - may come naturally, the skills of leadership need to learned, earned, and practiced.
Step Up to Leadership equips you to:
1. Transition from doing to leading.
2. Use proven methods to balance people and processes.
3. Handle conflict and negativity.
4. Hold yourself and others accountable.
5. Share the glory.
Why you want to learn it
In Step Up to Leadership, get a practical immersive experience in 5 key driver areas to being a leader. Learn skills such as how to listen with empathy, earn trust, build cooperation, create a sense of direction for your team, foster collaboration, resolve conflicts, delegate and hold people accountable, give and receive feedback, hold a performance appraisal, and provide recognition that builds confidence and loyalty in others.
“If you tell me what to do, I’ll do it to protect my job. If you motivate me to want to do it, I will do it to the best of my ability.” Supervisors and managers who understand this simple truth and know how to implement it are the ones who positively impact organizations today. They develop high performance teams that get results because they can lead, not just manage.
Discover five drivers formalized at Dale Carnegie that help you to become the type of leader who moves teams forward. Leave with practical tools and techniques for being a superstar leader.
What You Can Expect During the Course
Expect Thoroughly Trained Trainers: Dale Carnegie trainers are highly vetted and undergo an intense training that is ISO9002 certified to achieve consistent results globally. While part of a global organization, they are connected to your local culture, customs and language. As a bonus, all Dale Carnegie Trainers have “walked the talk” in their efforts as leaders to develop their own teams.
Supportive Environment: The participants in Step Up to Leadership are a diverse mixture of industries and backgrounds. Psychological Safety is emphasized to create a safe place to try out new skills and ideas. It is okay to question and make mistakes. This is an immersion in the type of environment to emulate with your team.
Expect Breakthroughs: Each time a new skill is introduced, it is practiced the ‘right’ way and coached in the moment before moving it out into your life and work. Once a skill has been tested with clients, team members and others, the group holds itself accountable by reporting back on what did or did not work. This social learning approach makes it possible for everyone to learn from each other’s efforts. By experiencing a series of successful attempts with positive reinforcement, habits are changed, and new skills are ingrained.
How it will help you
-A more inclusive team environment that can lead to a more diverse culture in your organization.
-A high-energy team that gets results because you'll know how to lead them, not just manage them.
Who Should Attend
Any supervisor or manager who wants to increase productivity, boost morale, and improve quality.
Two 3-hour sessions.
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