Situational Leadership training - Workshop
Situational leadership calls for the ability of management to recognise the levels of skill and commitment of the staff. This implies that the leader adjusts his or her leadership style.
Situational leadership is a theory of leadership that is part of a group of theories known as contingency theories of leadership. The team members of a team can be divided into four groups depending on their commitment, required knowledge for the job, and willingness to work, which is also known as “maturity level of the team”.
A leader should choose an appropriate leadership style depending on the maturity level of the team. Contingency theories of leadership state, that a leader’s effectiveness is related to behaviours in relation to differing situational factors.
Situational Leadership workshop outline:
- Based on Hersey and Blanchard’s leadership theory
- 4 leadership styles depending on the employee’s level of competence and commitment
- Presentation of SLII theory
- Training exercises via cases
- Development of leadership skills
- Clarification of each employees area of development
- Learning how to match your leadership style with each employee in your team depending on their competence and commitment level
- Personal action plan
- Time duration: 1/2 day