This course is conducted entirely in Polish and only for groups of at least 10 participants
Quite often the terms manager, leader, leadership, management are used interchangeably. These terms are not the same, although they are often intertwined. A manager manages, learns and develops competencies in order to achieve the goals set for him by the organisation, relies on habit and communication with the team, delegates tasks and becomes an auditor. The leader, through his authority and experience, motivates people to action, arouses their desire to develop themselves, their will to achieve the goals together, in a team, and makes them see the sense of what they are doing. All this translates into much better and longer-lasting results.
The course prepares the leader to lead a team based on a workshop that allows for efficient communication, understanding the level of functioning in a team and methods of achieving goals.
- The course will enable participants to:
- Gain the ability to build their own psychological portrait and create their own communication strategy,
- Learn about leadership styles and the tools of offensive and defensive communication,
- Learn to recognise your own and your group’s potential and to apply motivational tools in practice,
- Ability to recognise personal and professional potential – the leaders’ and their teams’,
- Develop competencies related to change management,
- Developing skills to manage motivation in a team.
DAY BY DAY
- DAY 1: GETTING TO KNOW ONE’S POTENTIAL
Introduction to the course topics.
Self-presentation – workshop.
Different ways of presentation in a group – workshop.
Issues of self-perception vs. perception in a group – presentation.
Discussion of personality types – group work.
Psychology of your future self – mini lecture.
Exploring your personal and professional potential – group work.
Principles of creative living according to Leonardo da Vinci – presentation.
The technique of strong questions – group work.
- DAY 2: TOOLS IN LEADERSHIP WORK
Introduction to issues related to the definition of leadership – mini-lecture.
Sources of extrinsic motivation – workshop and presentation.
Tools in the work of a leader (GROW – Eisenhower Matrix – Kipling Method) – workshop.
21 qualities of a leader in g Maxwell – presentation.
Getting to know types and kinds of leadership – workshop.
Diagnosis of leadership predispositions in the context of personality – workshop.
Situational leadership – awareness and effectiveness of a manager – workshop.
- DAY 3: COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES
Introduction to communication theory.
How to build good relationships? – workshop.
The theory of the dramatic triangle – workshop.
How to speak so people want to listen – mini-lecture and presentation.
Inspiration – discussion based on the mini-lecture.
Communication and facilitation techniques – workshop.
- DAY 4: CHANGE MANAGEMENT!
Introduction to the topic of the day – change management.
How to prepare your team for change – workshop.
Change in the team – presentation.
Johari’s window – workshop.
Emotions in the life of a leader – exercises.
Ways to trigger synergy and cooperation in the team.
- DAY 5: MOTIVATION
Introduction to the topic of the day – the motivational dilemma.
What motivates people?
Motivation spectrum model – exercises.
Psychological needs according to Susan Flower – presentation.
Power talk – exercises.
Beliefs which negatively influence motivation in the workplace – presentation and exercises.
Summary and conclusions.
The course focuses mainly on practical training with a ratio of 80% practice and 20% theory. Classes are filled with practical tool presentations, moderated discussions, brainstorming and course exercises, as well as games. Each participant receives materials prepared by the trainer to complement the presented workshop and post completion of the course. During the workshop, the trainer uses multimedia presentations, videos, dedicated tools, tests and training games. The programme is dedicated to both: school headmasters as well as task and subject team leaders. Many of the issues presented in the course can be easily applied in a variety of professional situations – in the staff room, in the classroom, in a meeting.
The participant will also learn about:
- Communication theories in practice and tools.
- Motivational processes based on models.
- Situational leadership.
- The importance of awareness of one’s own potential in leading a team.
By completing the course the participants will be able to:
- Adapt his/her communication technique to the given personality style of the recipient,
- Define his/her personal and professional potential,
- Communicate properly with a group,
- Give correct feedback,
- Plan and manage his/her own and the group’s change,
- Diagnose individual and group motivation,
- Increase his/her personal and professional potential,
- Become more aware of his/her predispositions and personality traits,
- Put into practice the acquired knowledge and skills in planning, leadership and group management based on the learned tools,
- Diagnose an employee and a team with the use of dedicated tools,
- Develop communication skills useful in leading a team,
- Build self-awareness as a leader based on values,
- Use team leadership tools in practice,
- Become aware of the sources of internal and external motivation,
- Release energy and synergy in the team.
- Pre-arrival information.
- Tuition & training materials.
- Coffee break.
- Training Certificate.
- Europass Certificate.
- Admin & organizational costs.
- Accommodation (hotels & self-catering apartments).
- Half-day and one-day trips.
- Cultural activities.
- Airport transfer.
- Local transport.