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|MODULE 1 - Leadership Questionnaire|
|Mastering the Art of Leadership|
|MODULE 2 - What you need to know|
|Leadership theories, role models – and commonsense|
|Leadership and the achievement ethic|
|Leadership: the most valuable attributes of a leader|
|MODULE 3 - What you need to do|
|‘Buy-in’, not by-pass: the rules of engagement|
|Dealing with poor performers|
|MODULE 4 - Getting the best from individuals|
|Great leaders develop more great leaders|
|Motivation and leadership|
|MODULE 5 - Getting the best from teams|
|Taking the business forward – leading the innovative team|
|MODULE 6 - Decision-making and problem-solving|
|Decision-making and problem-solving skills|
|Decisions – that’s what leaders are paid for…|
|Keeping things moving|
|MODULE 7 - Creativity and innovation|
|Leading innovation – taking the organization forward|
|Creativity and innovation|
|Planning and managing your projects|
|MODULE 8 - Communication skills|
|Communication and presentation skills|
|Listening and communicating to others – some basic rules|
|Thinking about internal communications|
|Channels of communication|
|MODULE 9 - Leadership gurus on leadership|
|John Adair – Action Centred Leadership (ACL)|
|Warren Bennis – ‘The Dean of leadership gurus’|
|Robert Blake and Jane Mouton – The grid people|
|Ken Blanchard – The one minute manager|
|Peter Drucker – Management by objectives|
|Fred Fiedler – The contingency theory man|
|Daniel Goleman – The emotional intelligence (EQ) man|
|Paul Hersey – the Situational approach|
|Manfred Kets de Vries – The psychology of leadership|
|John Kotter – The leader and change|
|James M Kouzes and Barry Posner – Leadership and followership|
|Nicolo Machiavelli – The Prince|
|Abraham Maslow – The motivation man|
|Douglas McGregor – The theory X and theory Y man (or carrot and stick approach)|
|David McClelland – Achievement, affiliation and power motivation|
|Tom Peters – The revolutionary leadership guru|
|WJ Reddin – Three Dimensional Leadership Grid|
|Tannenbaum and Schmidt – The leadership continuum|
|Abraham Zaleznik – Leadership versus management|
|MODULE 10 - Leadership questionnaire|
|Mastering the Art of Leadership|
It is now accepted that leaders are made not born and this course can prove it, and improve your leadership skills.
If you have the potential to lead you can benefit from a combined total of almost 100 years experience of advising leaders around the world and take an important step ahead in your career with Falconbury’s ten module on-line leadership course.
You’ll gain a valuable overview of leadership theory, both classic and cutting-edge, practical advice and proven techniques on translating theory into practice – winning trust, inspiring and motivating your team, overcoming problems and tapping into creativity. Above all, you’ll learn more about yourself, your own leadership style and how to turn it to your advantage.
Participants are invited to undertake a final assessment in the form of an online multiple-choice paper. A pass rate of 80% and above is required to ensure that a high level of competency has been achieved within the subject area, where upon you will receive a ‘Certificate of Excellence’.
Michael Williams has specialised in leadership, team and organisational development and has worked extensively with major corporations in the USA and both western and eastern Europe, including IBM, ICI, ABN AMRO, British Alcan, AT&T/ISTEL, GUS, McCain’s and Shroders. He teaches at IMD, Lausanne.
Mark Thomas is an international business consultant, author and speaker specialising in business planning, managing change, human resource management and executive development.
John Adair is widely acknowledged as one of the most significant influences on management and leadership development in both business and military spheres. Sir John-Harvey Jones has described him as “without a doubt one of the foremost thinkers on the subject in the world.”
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This course qualifies for the following CPD programmes: