My pathway to leadership
Superior learning goals and target group
New leaders often have problems with their new leading role. They have to lead their own team or unit in a way that the goal is reached in a certain time and the employees are happy. The leader has to assert himself/herself towards his/her colleagues or leader of other units and he/she must represent his/her own interests. The leader is a contact person for the top-management, must put the strategies and goals into practice and is responsible for the results. In this sandwich-position, the leader is under high pressure. But the good message is: leading can be learned. There is no “perfect leading personality”. The learning of leading is revealed in the core contents of this Microtraining.
What is leadership?
- The differences between a manager and a leader; central leading tasks
Development of the own leading style
- Being a leader, staying human, the meaning of values
The art of delegation
- Non-delegation of leading tasks; concentrate on the essentials; the art of delegating
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