This course teaches you how to become a 21st century leader and how to improve your relationships with coworkers and colleagues in general. It provides a deeper insight into the way humans function in terms of biology (brain and emotions) and what different levels of functioning determine our life skills. You’ll get to know the different leadership styles in cognitive psychology. Through a series of interactive activities and practical workshops you’ll learn how to change your words so as to communicate in a non-violent way, how to teach others how to adjust their goals and expectations in life.
The numerous workshops will not only train your breath, voice and improve self expression, but they’ll also provide guidelines on how to read people’s behavior and identify hidden expressions and body language signals. You’ll learn about motivation what it is and how to determine what motivates your students.
- Gaining knowledge about different approaches of team building
- Gaining knowledge about the leadership styles
- Being able to adjust style of management to the group
- Clarifying one’s own style team-leading
- Being able to team-leading and team-building by using coaching methods
- Gaining knowledge of the theory and tools to motivate
- Broadening the knowledge of the important role which is to motivate in the management
- Learning different types of motivation practiced in the team-leading
- Being aware of what the role of the purpose is in the process of motivation in team-building
Feedback and coaching skills:
- Training the ability to see issues from the perspective of other people (II and III attitude of the perceptual) and the needs of a team
- Using feedback for development of students, one’s own and Teachers
- Ability to discipline students by using coaching methods
- Giving feedback to individuals and groups
- Motivating by feedback
- Skillfully assuming an attitude in a challenging situation: by the application of coaching methods you will be able to come up with a satisfactory solution to any situation quickly and effectively
- Forming questions inspiring to take action: coaching methods
- Strengthening communication skills
- Being able to work on one’s own habits
- DAY 1: Introduction to team-leading
Introduction: Getting to know each other.
Leadership vs team-building according to education.
Issues concerning group motivation and communication: Group work.
Description of leader profile in relation to different approaches: Small group work.
Coaching exercise. Which styles of leadership suites me most? How would I like to build my team?
How leaders communicate? Language of benefit.
Your style in leadership and team building: Presentation.
- DAY 2: Group management vs Team leading
Group management and suitable methods: Introduction.
Belbin Methods: Presentation.
Role in a team: Quiz, individual work in workbook. Conclusions.
How to moderate conversations in team-leading? Exercise.
Coaching in group management.
My passion: Exercise. Power of questions.
The same message two different interpretations managers vs. leader: Quiz.
Goleman Leadership Styles: Presentation.
Which style of communication naturally am I presenting? Is it more self-communication or group communication? Game.
Moderate discussion. Which role do we need to play in particular situations?
How far my flexibility goes? Scale: Individual work in the notebook
- DAY 3: Motivation I
Agile Management: Introduction. Looking for potential.
Four kinds of motivation. How to influence those in a team who do not want to change?
Hard communication vs soft communication in relation to group motivation.
Voice modulation as an important tool.
Moving motivators: Exercise.
Key to motivation. What is important in choosing method of motivation according to team building?
My own world of motivation: Exercise.
How to influence a group? Game.
What do I need to motivate effectively?
Financial vs non-financial motivation. ‘Opening door’ question. Goal in a question.
What will be best for my team-leading? Brainstorming.
- DAY 4: Motivation II
Team leading: General conclusions.
‘Circle of life’: Learning and deepening of the techniques, practical use.
Habit management. What part of team-leading is it?
Motivation in a group: Study case.
Motivational interview: Study case, Small group work.
Where are my needs in the map of motivating others? Conclusions.
How to customise the type of motivation tools according to different situations?
Which kind of motivation will I choose if I don’t know my team? Group work.
- DAY 5: Coaching part
Feedback methods. What is feedback for? Introduction.
Differences among pure feedback, coaching and motivational interview according to group-leading.
Feedback exercise. Study case.
How to prepare for a discussion. How to give feedback in difficult situations?
Habit vs opinion (conviction): Small group work.
Icebreaker. The taboo game.
The course focuses mainly on practical training in the ratio 80% practice and 20% theory. Classes are filled with case studies, moderated discussions, brainstorming and course exercises as well as games designed according to the theme of the course. Each participant gets a book created by the coach to complement the presented workshop. During the workshop, the Tutor uses multimedia presentations and additional training materials. The training is filled with icebreakers to provide participants with a relaxed atmosphere.
Moreover, the idea of this course is to give each participant the opportunity to work one-by-one with the Coach/ Tutor. This program is dedicated to both School Principals and Teachers, many of the issues presented during the course can be easily adapted to the curriculums in order to engage students and manage lesson time more effectively.
By completing this course, participants will be able to:
- Being able to give proper feedback helps to develop students very quickly
- Access to a new network of teachers across Europe inspires new ideas, teaching methods and problem solving.
- Coaching group can be used to integrate the group and create group goals
- Using coaching tools develops students more quickly than traditional methods
- Knowledge of team-leading helps to develop groups and strengthen the group spirit
- Team-leading gives an ability to teach students how to focus on their goals and achievements
- Team-leading skills of teachers inspire and motivate students
- 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.