Middle leaders can be the driving force in any organisation, but they need to know how to do it.
It's not only about data and checklists - although these are important - it's the way you do it that makes the difference.
Here we have a portfolio of wide reaching content and sharply focussed information to help you be a genuinely effective middle leader.
The sort of leader that has a massive impact by gaining the respect and trust of both team members and senior colleagues.
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The complete package includes
In leadership expect conflict to happen.
Be the one who can solve it and avoid damaging arguements and unhappiness.
Difficult Conversations - solving conflict
You can't do it all.
The best leaders and managers know how to delegate effectively - but get it wrong and your workload will increase
Delegation - getting it right
Leading a team that doesn't care about what they do will end in disaster.
Find out how meaningful work can be managed to increase impact
Motivation - giving your team work that they want to do
There are so many leadership styles - perhaps too many. It is best to know which leadership approach you need.
We'll give you a comprehensive choice and help you to select the best one
Leadership styles - chose the right for the right ones at the right time for the right people
Specialist individual areas
It's easy to be put off a development programme because you don't need all the sections
Have a look at our specialist content here
Problem Solving Strategies for Innovative Leaders
The toughest parts of being a leader and manager are problem solving and introducing innovation.
Colleagues can put up barriers to change and don't commit to any actions.
Find out how to:
Avoid barriers to change
Make changes that stick
Ask the right people the right questions
Apply innovations that colleagues commit to
Come away with:
Strategies that structure your thinking
A good understanding of why these work
The physical tools to make things work
Confidence in your decisions
Leadership Dispositions: How effective leaders behave
There seem to be a lot of unpopular leaders in schools today. Too many are seen as being untrustworthy bullies. I am sure that things are exaggerated but how you behave as a leader will make the difference between success and failure, and respect and serious unpopularity
Find out how to:
Get colleagues on your side
Use empathy properly
Build a team that will support you, no matter what.
Come away with:
Strategies that will build trust
An understanding of how to act when things get tough
Ways that will motivate your colleagues
Approaches that will help build success
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