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Leading Teams

The Leading Teams programme is a comprehensive learning programme aimed at supervisors, team leaders and aspiring managers or anyone who wants to refresh and renew their people management skills.

It distils great management and leadership practice and the latest thought leadership and delivers it in an engaging and highly practical format - utilising both eLearning and facilitated input - to equip learners with the tools and techniques required to thrive in the 21st Century Knowledge Worker age.

Learners will discover their management style and approach and how they can flex and adapt to motivate and engage their teams. They will identify what skills and behaviours make for a great manager and will develop their character, capabilities and confidence.

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Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Qualifications

This programme has been mapped to ILM Level 3 Award and Certificate in Leadership and Management. For further information please call us today.

New Apprenticeship Standards

The content of the programme has also been mapped to the new Apprenticeship Standard Team Leader and Supervisor Level 3. For further information on the Apprentice Standards and how we can help support your organisation with our Managed Apprenticeship Service please call us today.

Leading Teams at a glance

Who's it for?

Supervisors, team leaders and aspiring managers

What's the timeline?

Between 6 and 18 months

What's the format?

50% Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and 50% facilitated learning

ILM Qualifications

Level 3 Award and Certificate in Leadership and Management

Apprenticeship Standard

Team Leader and Supervisor Level 3

Leading Teams modules

Coaching will help you to manage the performance of your team, so that they can reach their full potential and deliver great results.

A coaching framework will help you adopt a coaching approach that will support you in managing the performance of your team, so that they can reach their full potential and deliver great results.

Change can have a motivational impact on individuals and their performance, however it can also have the opposite effect. It is essential we recognise the impact on both ourselves and our team if we are to thrive in changing times.

Communication is essential to the success of our everyday interactions both within the workplace and in our personal lives. We have a responsibility to be skilful with how we communicate.

Much of business revolves around influencing others. The success or failure of any given attempt to influence others depends on employing effective influencing skills. It is useful for us to identify where things that concern us, or have an impact on us, sit within our Circle of Influence.

We are all customers of service every day, not just when we go out to the shops. We all instinctively know when we are getting good service because it feels good. We have all also experienced the opposite.

Human beings are naturally social creatures - we crave friendship and positive interactions, just as we do food and water. So it makes sense that the better our relationships are at work, the happier and more productive we're going to be.

Praise and recognition are extremely powerful in terms of increasing engagement and performance. This is one of the key attributes for great leaders to bring the best out of their people to drive high performance.

It is likely that you have managed many challenging situations over the course of work, personal and professional life to date. Conflict is essential and even healthy in our daily interactions with the people in our lives.

Good managers and leaders should have full command of the three main areas of the Action Centred Leadership model, and should be able to use each of the elements according to the situation.

It is important to manage our time more effectively as managers so that we can work in a smarter and more efficient way. To do this, we need to be able to delegate appropriately and to the right people in our team.

Excellent time management requires commitment. You can improve your time management through better planning, prioritising, delegating, controlling your environment, understanding yourself and identifying what you will change about your habits, routines and attitude.