december, 2021

202119decAll Day23Improving Productivity & Employee Engagement through Effective Frontline LeadershipOnlineCourses:Management & Leadership

Course Details

Objectives

 Define engagement and review the compelling business case for its implementation
 Show delegates with techniques to measure, sustain and generate engagement.
 Evaluate how leaderships style may positively or negatively impact employee engagement
 Recognise “the collective power of wisdom” to generate collaborative practice.
 Evaluate and enhance organisational engagement against a theoretical Models

Outline

Employee Engagement and Business Success
 What is employment engagement? A model for practice
 The business case for engagement. How employee engagement impacts business success
 Do you know how engaged your people are right now? Analysis and Measurement
 The impact of front line leadership on Engagement, Productivity and Commitment – Current research and implications
 What do engaging leaders actually do? Dimension of front line managerial Leadership
 What style of leadership does my role demand? How does this contribute or inhibit engagement?

“Front Line Leadership” to capture “Hearts and Minds”
 How good are your front line skills that build engagement? – review and application
 Personality and management/leadership style – psychometric assessment and review
 Authentic leadership to inspire your people to exceed performance expectations
 The shadow of the leader – impact and influence
 Emotional Intelligence and its role in Engagement – steps to better performance
 Creating the inspirational vision – the key elements of alignment

Aligning Performance to Create Trust & Engagement
 The power of collective wisdom
 Team purpose – Performance Management, KPI’s and MBO’s
 The importance of behaviours – building a team charter
 Building meaning for employees – The case for continuous improvement
 How productive am I? How productive is my team? Performance audits, reviews and implications
 Evaluating potential and performance – The Grid for Talent Management review implications actions

Harnessing Potential to Create Engagement: Motivation, Commitment and Competence
 Task and Job Allocation – right player right position
 Improving Team Dynamics – Identifying Both Positive and Negative Group Behaviour Roles
 Successful Delegation – the achieving results through the efforts of others
 Motivating your People – core skills and practical steps
 Enhancing productivity and alignment by balancing positive and negative interactions
 Dealing with Poor Performance – Coaching for team and individual performance issues

Creating a Culture of Engagement through Generous “Front Line” Leadership
 Core essential for generous front line leadership
 The front tine leadership challenge – Creating a culture of connection
 Action planning against the Employee engagement model
 When engagement goes too far – pitfalls of an overdone strength
 Balancing pressure with performance

Who Should Attend ?

This course is designed for professionals across all functions or disciplines, with “front line” leadership responsibilities, who wish to evaluate progressive management practices which engage the “hearts and minds” of those they lead

Date

december 19 (Sunday) - 23 (Thursday)

Venue

Online

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