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This seminar gives you the opportunity to analyze together with other experienced managers where you currently stand as a leader. What makes you successful? Where can you strengthen and expand your competencies? In this hands-on oriented seminar, you will reflect on your leadership style and receive constructive feedback on your behavior and work. The coaching-based approach of the seminar helps you to position yourself successfully as a leader.
- Reflection on your own actions as a manager
- Trainer and participant feedback on your impact
- Assessment of the position as a manager
- Definition of goals regarding your leadership role
- Develop your own change competence
- Your personal development path for the next 5 years
- Leading oneself
- Integrating the personal environment as coach and mentor
- Managing Conflicts Sovereignly
- Strengthen motivation of yourself and others
- New impulses for your work as a manager
- Exercise examples
- Moderated discussion
- Short trainer inputs
- Exchange of experiences and discussion
- Case studies
The training is aimed at managers who have been leading employees for several years with the goal of reflecting on their own actions and, if necessary, optimizing them.
In motor racing, vehicles have to stop again and again briefly during a race so that the crew can change a tire or make minor repairs. This is called a pit stop. In Formula 1, the short stop usually never lasts longer than two seconds. Mistakes made during the pit stop can make the difference between victory and defeat - or at least influence the driver's position in the race.
Transferred to the business world, the interruption of the business "competition" from time to time is useful for reflecting on one's own actions as a leader. In the Leadership Seminar, pit stop coaching replaces the crew in Formula 1: within a very short time, a leadership style fresh-up is achieved. Afterwards, the race continues at full speed.
The pit stop for executives offers the chance to pause for two days and receive fresh impetus. Through our seminar program as well as through feedback from the trainer and participants, you will be encouraged to redefine the expectations you have of yourself. This will enable you to position yourself even more successfully as a leader.
The following points are the focus of our leadership course:
- Determining your position as a leader: Headship
- Connecting responsibility with leadership
- Leading yourself
- Using potentials and resources
- Recognizing and applying power and leadership as a constructive interaction
- Outlook: Your personal development path for the next 5 years
- Develop a vision, set goals and realize them
- Develop new strategies in dealing with others How can I inspire employees to achieve goals?
- Involving the personal environment as a coach and mentor
- Managing conflicts confidently - the executive as conflict manager
- Strengthening the motivation of oneself and others
The management seminar is very individualized due to a small group size of maximum nine participants. The exercises also have a strong practical relevance, so that the contents of the workshop can be quickly integrated into your everyday work.
During the leadership workshop you will learn effective methods to better assess yourself and others. Self-reflection and reflection on others help you to view different situations from different perspectives.
The focus continues to be on how you can exert a positive influence in your position and with your leadership qualities in order to successfully align employees with the company's goals and tasks.
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