Leadership

Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Online Course

Transformation starts with a real and honest appraisal of your current state of play.

Reaffirm Your Leadership Strengths

Carry out a health check on your current leadership attributes. Call into question any habits, reactions and thoughts that may be impacting your performance, relationships and growth.

Awareness of your emotional state and recognising how it influences performance requires deep reflection and self-discovery. It’s the first step in being accountable for your emotions – affording you the opportunity to identify triggers and put in motion a different response than the one you are currently transmitting.

Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Online Course Milestones

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Milestone 1 | Undertake personal performance review

Understanding your strengths and weaknesses is a good starting point when thinking about workplace performance; so is getting to know what your personal stressors and triggers are and how they affect you and your work. Knowing what to do with all this information that’s the hard part – and this is where emotional intelligence comes in.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Determine workplace expectations
  • Apply Emotional Intelligence indicators
  • Review personal performanc
  • Develop personal strategies
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Milestone 2 | Influence employee behaviour

Perhaps one of the hardest things we do as leaders is ‘leading people’. Tasks are a bit easier as they don’t have ideas, opinions or issues. People, on the other hand, have plenty. This milestone introduces strategies to encourage people to start working together to get the job done.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Review individuals and teams
  • Communicate expectations
  • Use consultation methods
  • Develop individual and team strategies
  • Undertake performance review
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Milestone 3 | Create professional development plans

Perhaps one of the hardest things we do as leaders is ‘leading people’. Tasks are a bit easier as they don’t have ideas, opinions or issues. People, on the other hand, have plenty. This milestone introduces strategies to encourage people to start working together to get the job done.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify improvement opportunities
  • Document development strategies
  • Provide individual support
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Milestone 4 | Negotiate work outcomes

Despite our best intentions to role model good communication, sometimes it doesn’t work in our teams. Relationships may be damaged or resentment could simmer beneath the surface, slowly eating away at team morale. Use this milestone to better understand your role as a leader and how important it is to continually refine your communication style to ensure you’re always getting outcomes that are the best for everyone.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify conflicts
  • Determine problems
  • Apply policy and procedure
  • Involve external networks
  • Facilitate resolution
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Milestone 5 | Report individual and team performance

How do you speak to influence others and keep their attention? How do you effectively present a position and communicate to affect an outcome? How do you handle negotiations, facilitate actions and adjust strategies when they’re not working? This milestone will take you through a broad range of communication skills you can use until your speaking and listening skills become natural and unforced. Learn how to ensure you choose the appropriate forum for communication and developing ‘executive presence’ to deliver a professional presentation.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Review monitoring methods
  • Collate information sources
  • Document improvements
  • Adjust strategies
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