+27 (0) 82 372 5800  / +27 (0) 82 639 7398 kscholtz@xsinet.co.za

Evolving Leadership

EVOLVING LEADER: THE ART OF LEADING OTHERS

Skills programme (4 days)

Programme Outcomes

The qualifying learner will be capable of:

  • Contextualise the role of leadership in a changing environment
  • Understand and apply the fundamentals of leadership qualities and roles
  • Differentiate between the role of a manager and role of a leader
  • Identify and develop the leading skills, time and value requirements for managing others
  • Understand and apply the psychology of leadership to self and others
  • Apply motivational principles creating an environment for growth and synergy
  • Understand and develop strategies to build and lead a diverse team

Programme Structure

  • Role and qualities of First Time Leaders
  • Management versus Leadership Competencies
  • Visionary and Servant Leadership
  • The Leadership Pipeline and the requirements for world class manager-of-others application
  • Resonant Leadership
  • The biology of leadership
  • The leadership foot print
  • Motivational models and principles
  • Team building and managing a diverse team
  • The Art of delegation

Who should attend?

This programme is suitable for (a) employees who are currently managing the performance of others; (b) employees who are earmarked to become managers of others; and (c) managers who manage Manager of Others

Mode of Delivery

  • Lecture contact time and video analysis and workplace application
  • Self-assessment activities, case studies, group and individual interaction sessions

Other information

(Optional)A 20 minute action learning work related presentation providing evidence of PDCA application and closure/part closure of identified performance gaps or a written submission of Portfolio of Evidence

EVOLVING LEADER: THE ART OF MANAGING OTHERS

Skills programme (4 days)

Programme Outcomes

The qualifying learner will be capable of:

  • Explaining and applying the fundamentals of management competencies
  • Differentiating between performance types and selection of appropriate strategies to manage each performance type
  • Designing performance criteria constituting full and exceptional performance
  • Identifying appropriate development strategies to enhance and/or close performance gaps
  • Applying the principles of operational planning, organising and controlling
  • Demonstrating knowledge and understanding to apply the psychology of performance feedback
  • Applying behavioural reinforcement strategies
  • Effective Communication – Empathetic Listening and Questioning Skills
  • Conflict management skill
  • Delivering Results
  • Working with People

Programme Structure

  • Fundamentals of Performance Management
  • Management – Planning, Organising and Controlling
  • Managing the performance, development and potential of direct reports
  • Development strategies – management coaching
  • Performance review feedback skills   
  • Behaviour reinforcement  ensuring sustainable performance
  • Team leadership and developing high performing teams

Who should attend?

This programme is suitable for (a) employees who are currently managing the performance of others; (b) employees who are earmarked to become managers of others; and (c) managers who manage Manager of Others

Mode of Delivery

  • Lecture contact time and video analysis and workplace application
  • Self-assessment activities, case studies, group and individual interaction sessions

Other information

(Optional)A 20 minute action learning work related presentation providing evidence of PDCA application and closure/part closure of identified performance gaps or a written submission of Portfolio of Evidence

EVOLVING LEADER: THE ART OF PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS

Skills programme (4 days)

Programme Outcomes & Competence Elements

The qualifying learner will be capable of:

  • Devising appropriate strategies to close  identified performance gap
  • Appling a systematic PLAN, DO, CHECK and ACT continuous improvement  methodology
  • Determining a Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) and a Return on Investment % (ROI) for the company
  • Problem-solving, Judgement & Decision Making
  • Delivering Analysed & Proven Results
  • Working with People
  • Calculations, ratios & graphs, designing & administering metric tools

Programme Structure

  • Performance Analysis Worksheet – Interview client to identify performance problem and cost of performance discrepancy
  • Determine objectives
  • Develop provisional gap analysis
  • Develop pre-action plan to address gap identified
  • Design data gathering tools & analyse data
  • Identify and conclude systems, process and/or training issues
  • Determine potential ROI (%) & BCR (ratio)
  • Submit recommendations for gap closure
  • Develop final action plan
  • Analyse and compare results
  • Conclusion and evidence for year to date gap closure – ROI (%) & BCR (ratio) to date
  • Recommendations and action plan for full gap closure

Who should attend?

This programme is suitable for (a) employees who are currently managing the performance of others; (b) employees who are earmarked to become managers of others; (c) employees who are expected to demonstrate analytical problem solving and continuous improvement skills to get results through others and ensuring success of direct reports/teams/units/functions.

Mode of Delivery

  • Lecture contact time and video analysis and workplace application; Action maze case studies; computer generated analyses & mock panel presentations
  • Self-assessment activities, case studies, group and individual interaction sessions

Other information

45 minute client directed action learning work related project combine with a final presentation providing evidence of closure/part closure of identified performance gaps (Refer to the 16 step model on the next page).

Contact us for Personalized Service

Phone : +27 (0) 21 852 4553
Call Kobus : +27 (0) 82 372 5800
Call Elise : +27 (0) 83 628 7398
Fax : +27 (0) 86 5188 082

Email : kscholtz@xsinet.co.za

Address :38 Bizweni Avenue,
Somerset West,
Western Cape, 7130
South Africa