LEADING YOURSELF.

This standalone course for the “Leaders Who Listen” series has 5 sections, each addressing an important aspect for someone learning how to take the lead in their own self-development and learning journey.

“An effective team leader will confidently take charge of their own learning, career path and personal effectiveness.  Self-assured, they’ll demonstrate a positive attitude and recognise that with the demands of Industry 4.0 comes the awareness that to effectively manage, develop and lead others, they first need to start with themselves.”

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Effective team leaders need effective analytical and reflective practice skills so as to think things through, and put in place plans that save time and avoid mistakes. Learn how to use reflection-in-action for yourself, and make the most of your strengths, while at the same time identifying the areas that you could make even better.

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The famous Hungarian ruler of the Huns from 434 until his death in March 453, demonstrated powerful leadership traits that hold just as true today in our new and exciting 4IR landscape as they did then. We use the fundamentals for the ‘Attila’ approach and apply them to the digital transformation agenda.

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Be the kind of team leader that is visible in the workplace, yet not obstructive. Be someone that knows what’s happening across all departmental areas, and demonstrate strong leadership skills that inspires confidence in your team. We use selected principles from DeBono’s ‘Six Thinking Hats’ and MBWA to help you achieve that level of visibility.

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Use your current skills in a coaching capacity; guiding and supporting your coachees using a range of active listening and gentle challenging skills to help them to adjust to the new demands that will be coming during the transition to Industry 4.0.

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Learn some valuable skills in how to mentor others within your organisation, or externally, whilst at the same time gaining new insights into your own working practices.