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Leadership Development The two days are set a week apart, with reading and set tasks in between. This enables delegates to practise tools and techniques and then feedback on what worked for them. Day One: Leadership Behaviours and Communication Leadership Development Course Day One Objectives * Introduce the concept of leadership behaviours * Discussion and debate about leadership * Define beyond traditional leadership stereotypes * Cement personal understanding * Individual leadership qualities and strengths * Clarify the way communication works * Provide insight into communication by behaviour * The importance of attitude * The power of changing what you do * Leading by example * Getting people committed to projects * How individuals make things happen Opening discussion on Leadership What is it? What qualities or skills do you need to be a leader? Define the difference between leadership and management. Define the different types of Leader Give and ask for examples of: Classic leaders Bad leaders Non-Standard leaders Seeing and Perception as a Leader This section on thought leadership deals with how we perceive. It works with the idea that perception is reality and that assumptions affect how we see the world. It also looks at changing terms of reference and seeing the bigger picture. How to stop yourself seeing what you think is there and see what actually is there, and then deal with that. Group work on seeing a current leadership issue from differing points of view Leadership Communication Dynamics A brief overview of what communicates with particular emphasis on what you do as a leader being as, if not more important as what you say. Working with the idea that miscommunication is normal and that small changes and do-able things can move things forward. Impact of Body Language A simple exercise to demonstrate the power and control the listener has, through body language and attitude. What makes Leadership Impact? How do you know when someone has made an impact? What about you? Where do you make the greatest impact? - How? Where are you most comfortable? Where are you most uncomfortable? - Why? What kind of an impact do you think you're making then? What happens between comfortable and uncomfortable? The IMPACT model The use of the Individual's best skills to convey a clear message, well Prepared, with good Audience interaction, presented with Conviction and supported by the right Technical backup This is followed by a series of short exercises designed to stretch people's awareness and capacity: Leadership First Impressions Making the impression you choose Persuasion, Motivation and Inspiration An individual leadership exercise where people choose a work-related subject they feel strongly about and present it using the work of the day to consolidate their message with the aim of persuading, inspiring and motivating others. Getting Committed If something happens, it's because someone is committed to its happening. Personal Commitment This section looks at leadership around how we each commit and de-commit to things personally. It then relates that to how people commit to bigger projects. The Leadership Turn-Around Exercise Here we take an existing project or leadership issue and work on a plan to get it working better. Moving to Wrap up the Leadership Day From personal experience using the preparation Profile a leader to present Answer the question How is it done? Present back to the group How do you do it? Back up your assessments with examples from the Style and Competency sheets done in the preparation. Course Day One Summing Up and Close Personal take out from the day What else are they individually taking away? What are you going to work on before the next leadership session? Seven day commitment Final Handouts: Leadership Quotes Project Buster document Presentation document Influencing with Flair document Web cards, giving access to our comprehensive library of documents Day Two: Influencing and Facilitation as

Leadership Development The two days are set a week apart, with reading and set tasks in between. This enables delegates to practise tools and techniques and then feedback on what worked for them. Day One: Leadership Behaviours and Communication Leadership Development Course Day One Objectives * Introduce the concept of leadership behaviours * Discussion and debate about leadership * Define beyond...

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