Leadership Skills

Soft Skills

The executives should possess exemplary leadership skills.  They need to drive the various initiatives with a ‘Top down’ approach.  They need to be role models to be emulated by the employees.  They have to be good at strategic thinking, people management skills and delegation.  They will have to have exemplary clarity in vision and be very effective in disseminating the organization’s vision, mission and values  down the line.  Apart from leadership skills, they need to possess excellent managerial skills like communication skills, presentation skills, interpersonal skills, people management skills, problem solving and decision making skills and other similar skills.  This training programme aims to equip the participants with these leadership and managerial skills.

Course Contents:

  1. Definition of ‘Leadership’
  2. Leadership qualities
  3. Leadership styles – analysis and application of different styles and synthesis of different styles; applying the appropriate leadership style in a given situation
  4. Task orientation and relationship orientation in leadership – their application
  5. Power and authority of leader – application
  6. ‘Leadership’ as differentiated from ‘Management’
  7. Leadership by example
  8. Trait leadership and situational leadership
  9. Creating a motivating environment – the primary task of a leader
  10. Motivating the team – motivating factors, analysis and choosing the right motivating factor for an individual
  11. Emerging role of the leader in the present days’ context – pragmatic leadership Vs. traditional leadership
  12. Roles of a leader – visionary, mentor, role model, strategist, Leading from the front, empowerer
  13. Leading a team-formation of focus questions, maintaining the morale and effectivity of teams
  14. Factors that wreck a team and how to guard against them
  15. Influencing and inspiring the members by effective leadership
  16. Optimizing the group needs, task needs and individual needs
  17. The pleasures, risks and challenges of a leader
  18. Decision making by a leader – analytical and creative approaches in decision-making
  19. Self motivation as a prerequisite for effective leadership
  20. Leading a team in the context of changes, adversaties and uncertainties
  21. Optimum utilization of human resource for achieving best results in the department; being accountable for employees’ performance
  22. Conflict resolution among employees
  23. People management skills
  24. Assertiveness in dealing with the sub-ordinates
  25. Being a role model and bench mark for the employees
  26. Personal traits of a leader – honesty, integrity, commitment, truthfulness, loyalty and trust worthiness
  27. Being a mentor, guide, motivator and counselor for the employees
  28. Giving constant feedback to the employee regarding his strengths and weaknesses for constant improvement, changing the attitude of the sub-ordinates
  29. Empowering the employees; Delegation
  30. Identifying the individual’s skills and matching them with the job need, to achieve the twin objectives – maximizing the output and achieving individual self-actualization
  • Effective training techniques
  • Participative and interactive programme
  • Average Rating given by the participants: +9
  • Contents can be customized to your needs