Leaders Building Leaders

Leadership and Management Skills for Non-Managers


CLPs: 24

SF-182 Required

Description

This three-day, elective course is intended to provide leadership and management skills to non- managers. This course will teach you that you do not need a managerial title to be a leader. You will learn that successful leaders use communication, emotional intelligence, and accountability to achieve work and further interests of the organization, no matter their role. By the end of this course, you will understand the qualities and behaviors of effective leaders, including the ability to collaborate, exert influence, and adapt to changing circumstances.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe what it means to be a leader, and how it is different than being a manager

  • Discuss situations that allow for leadership without a managerial title

  • Analyze leadership and management skills needed for professional growth

  • Use leadership strategies to amplify your impact throughout your organization

  • Illustrate the importance of emotional intelligence as a management skill for self and others

  • Practice communication skills needed to lead others and build relationships

  • Analyze how accountability, adaptability, and resilience improve individual and organizational performance

  • Evaluate strategies for building long-term credibility throughout your career

For dates and registration, please visit the DATMS website.


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