To obtain maximum results, in-class sessions are alternated with (online) intervision. Intervision is a peer coaching activity that will allow you to interact with your fellow participants.
To obtain maximum results, in-class sessions are alternated with (online) intervision. Intervision is a peer coaching activity that will allow you to interact with your fellow participants. In this way you gain new, refreshing insights and ideas straight from everyday practice. At the start of the program, you will learn how to successfully use this methodology.
Module 1: Myself as a leader
Right from the start we will push you out of your comfort zone. Together with a group of like-minded people, you leave for a two-day track of reflection. Based on experience-oriented exercises and evaluations, you look at yourself as a leader: Which roles do you take on? What are your motives and convictions? What does your working environment look like?
Module 2: Obtaining goals with people
Now that your goals as a leader are clear, it’s time to learn how to achieve them. You will learn the skills to influence, motivate and develop.
At the end of this program, you will:
know the ins and outs of leadership in organizations today;
know the ABC of team leadership;
have developed a leadership mindset that will allow you to take on leadership in your working environment and career;
have enhanced your ability to influence stakeholders and mobilize people in your team;
have mastered practical tools to analyze teams and to create a solid team charter;
have developed a clear plan for the next steps in your (team) leadership within your organization.
Module 3: Leading teams
Working with teams adds an extra dimension to the complexity of leadership. During this module you will first gain insight into the characteristics of 'real' teams: What makes a team a team? And how to lead a team successfully? How can you design efficient teams, and how can you improve group dynamics, so that all team members work well together?