McTimothy Associates

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Why Attend

This course aims to provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and competencies required to become results-based leaders, modern-day, value-adding managers, equipped with the competencies necessary to contribute to their organizations’ key result areas (KRA). The course also highlights the fundamental role of the manager/leader in inspiring, motivating, engaging, and boosting the productivity of team members. Furthermore, the course addresses the correlation between emotional intelligence competencies, leadership styles, organizational climate, and bottom-line results.

$ 126.90

Event Date: 01/02/2024 – 03/02/2024


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25/07/2024 – 27/07/2024

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03/10/2024 – 05/10/2024

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  • Results-based leadership: a manager’s challenge
    • Leadership and management: vital complementary roles
    • The organizational pyramid of bottom-line results
    • Aligning business results with departmental results and individual results
    • From vision and mission to key result areas, key performance indicators, and balanced scorecard
    • A formula for results-based leadership: attributes times results
    • The five practices of results-oriented leaders
    • Roles and competencies of results-based leaders
  • Flying in V formation
    • The V formation
    • Modern day definition of management
    • The managerial grid
    • Situational leadership
      • Maturity level of the group
      • Maturity levels and leadership styles
      • Leadership behavior: directive or supportive
  • Motivating and engaging employees for exceptional results
    • Motivation is made up of two words, not one
    • The Spitzer’s eight motivational desires
    • Applying the eight motivational desires model for optimal results
    • Motivators are not satisfiers
    • Engaging employees and boosting productivity
      • Definition of engagement
      • Organizational cost of disengagement
      • Culture of engagement
      • Initiatives to increase motivation and engagement
      • The ROI of employee engagement
  • Managing individual results through effective performance management
    • Performance management vs. performance appraisal
    • Cascading objectives
    • Setting individual objectives
    • Tracking performance and giving feedback
    • Conducting effective, low-stress performance appraisals
  • The inspirational leader
    • Importance and objective of communication
    • How effective managers spend their time
    • The 7-38-55% rule
    • Attributes of results-based leaders
      • Being visible and available
      • Being accessible and approachable
      • Being responsible and responsive
      • Being trustworthy and respectful
      • Being role models
    • Communicating with assertiveness
      • Passive, aggressive and assertive styles
      • The assertive communicator
  • Emotional Intelligence (EI) competencies and leadership styles
    • An overview of EI
      • EI defined
      • The four competency clusters
      • ‘IQ’ versus ‘EQ’
    • How results-based leaders influence organizational climate
    • Organizational climate: the 6 components
    • Correlation between EI competencies, styles, climate, and results
    • “Leadership that gets results”: Goleman’s article on style and bottom-line results
  • The Results-based leaders as talent builder
    • Talent health check
    • The talent web
    • The RBL as a talent spotter
    • The RBL as a talent coach
    • The RBL as a talent blender
    • The RBL as a talent conductor

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