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Leadership Basics for Managers and Supervisors

Date: April 21, 2017
Time: 1:30pm-5:30pm
Venue: Lourdes Suites, Makati City

Every supervisor or manager has a job that is unique - but each similarly depends on the basic need to work with, and through people.
Those who work most effectively with and through people produce the most outstanding results.
 
Managers and supervisors as leaders of the business unit strive to achieve two types of results: achieving personal success and success
for the company and his/her team. However, in the fast paced world of meeting customer and company demands, some managers and
supervisors focus on too much management and less leadership.
 
 
The purpose of this seminar is to provide managerial leadership concepts and skills to the participants so they can:
 
    1. Be effective performance role models   
    2. Promote teamwork and cooperation inside and outside their respective teams 
    3. Gain clarity on how to be more effective in their jobs 
    4. Deliver the best results based on the expectations of the company
  
Module I - The Roles and Responsibilities of Manager and Supervisors 
A.  Analyzing your Supervisory Role and Responsibilities
    1. Job Related Responsibilities                                             
    2. People Related Responsibilities
    3. Assessing your Current obstacles and challenges at work
                                                                                              
B. The New Ways of Managing and Supervising
    1. Management and Supervision: Before and After  
    2. The 5 Types of Problem Supervisors/Managers 
        a. The Popeye Manager/Supervisor - "I y'am what I y'am," 
        b. The "Always Busy" Manager/Supervisor 
        c. The Disorganized Manager/Supervisor 
        d. The "Blindfolded" Manager/Supervisor 
        e. The "I don't need to Plan" Manager/Supervisor
    3. The Problem with Lacking the Motivation and Purpose to Lead
    a. The Push and Pull Concepts of Motivation
    b. Being a Proactive Leader
    4. The Need for Ambidextrous Leadership 
        a. Differentiating between how things are done and how things can be done 
        b. Why Change and Innovation are essential
  
Module II - The Functions of Supervisors and Managers
A. The Planning Function
    1. The Planning Stages:
        a. Awareness of the Purpose ("Mission") or Desired Result 
        b. Sensitivity to Internal and External Environment Forces
        c. Analyze the Situation
        d. Establish Goals
        e. Establish Strategies to Reach Goals
        f.  Establish Objectives Along the Way to Achieving Goals
        g. Associate Responsibilities and Time Lines with Each Objective
        h. Write and Communicate an Action Plan 
        i.  Acknowledge Completion and Celebrate Success
    2. Improving your Planning Activities
 
B. The Organizing Function
    1. Organizing your Team for Success
       a. Traditional View of Organization 
       b. The New View of Organizations
    2. Organizing your Team for Excellent Performance
       a. Analyzing your Team Members Performance: The Skill-Will Matrix 
       b. The Art of Delegation: Creating Self-Directed Individuals
 
C. The Leading and Motivating Function
    1. The Myths of Employee Motivation
    2. The Stages of Team Development 
        a. From Forming the Team to Performing as a Team 
        b. When Territorial Walls affect Team Performance
        c. The 5 Enemies of Teamwork
        d. Ways to Build Trust and Cooperation within the TEAM
 
    3. The Art of Communication: What is the best way to communicate?
        a. Media Richness and Media Selection 
        b. Active Listening
        c. Non-Verbal Communication: The Power of Image Projection
        d. Verbal Communication Tips
 
    4.  Leading People: The Self-fulfilling Prophecy
        a. What is the Self-fulfilling Prophecy?
        b. The Leadership Bank Account
 
D.      Controlling to Achieve Better Results
    1. Problem Solving Framework
    2. The Decision Making Process
    3. Reasons why people fear making decisions
        a. Overcoming Indecisiveness
        b. The New Kind of Fear: DECIDOPHOBIA
        c. Providing Feedback and Re-designing Activities: Work Tracking and Correcting Activities
 
    4. Managing Conflicts and Team Problems
        a. Competitive Conflict
        b. Cooperative Conflict
        c. Conflict Resolution Processes
 
Module III - Creating your Professional Legacy as a Leader
A. The Bottom Line of Securing your Leadership legacy  
    Activity: Writing your Professional Legacy



TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

The P1, 499+VAT per participant, per seminar rate will be applied for reservations made until March 16, 2017 and paid within the assigned due date  


The P1, 699+VAT per participant, per seminar rate will be applied for reservations made starting
March 17, 2017 and paid within the assigned due date and P1, 999+VAT per participant, per seminar will be applied for on-site payments. 

 
[ Seminar Fee includes snacks, materials and certificate of completion ]

Duration: Half-Day

Rate: P1,499

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