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Who's this programme for?

Who's this programme for?

This programme is perfect for any of the following; current managers, new managers, up-and-coming talent, and all team members (great leaders don’t have to be managers!).

What are the learning outcomes?

After completing Leading Self your people will be able to:

  • Understand what influences their behaviour
  • Recognise their strengths, blind spots and working style preferences
  • Communicate clearly with an awareness of the importance of tone and body language
  • Identify what they need to do to lead a high performing team
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Courses Included

Each course is self-paced and will take you about 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Short videos will show you what good looks like and provide you with some thought-provoking actions that you can implement in your leadership. Questions, activities and resources will help you remember the key learning points. Optional practical coaching activities and coach check-ins and customised videos can be included.

Author RedSeed

Everyone gets the same 24 hours, so why do some people manage to achieve so much more with their time than others? The answer lies in good time management. Without a clear plan and strategy to properly manage your work, you run the risk of being busy but ineffective, overcommitted, overwhelmed, and overworked. A great way to determine whether you’re managing your time well is to assess how you currently work. Once you know where you’re spending your time and energy, you can begin to take actions to work smarter, rather than harder.

Author RedSeed

Research clearly shows that setting goals not only affects your behaviour and job performance, but also helps to keep you energised. A critical part of being a successful leader is setting goals, and coming up with plans to achieve these. Your goals should be linked to a purpose, which will inspire teamwork and innovation, and give your team the internal motivation to bring their best self to work.

Author RedSeed

Communication is considered the real work of leadership; you can’t be a great leader until you’re a great communicator. The first step towards mastering this is knowing yourself and what makes you tick. It’s also vitally important that you understand your tone and how to use this effectively, recognise the unspoken messages in your body language, and master active listening.

Author RedSeed

Leadership is all about working with people; having the ability to build and nurture a culture of trust within your team. Your team should feel confident that they can rely on you to be truthful and to do as you say. They should understand their purpose, roles and responsibilities, feel listened to, valued and comfortable and confident to ask questions and challenge thinking.

Author RedSeed

Having emotional intelligence is one of the essential characteristics that will help you successfully coach teams, manage stress, give and receive feedback, deal with change and collaborate with others. It’s known as emotional intelligence and accounts for nearly 90% of what sets great leaders apart from their colleagues.

Author RedSeed

Recognising your strengths and managing your weaknesses gives you a better understanding of yourself and how you function.When you allow yourself to be vulnerable, you show your authentic self, which will help you build a culture of trust and confidence within your team.

Author RedSeed

Your personality style has a massive influence on your behaviour.When you understand why you behave or respond in certain ways, then you’ve made the first step towards figuring out how to work more effectively with others. And, when you know others’ styles, you can more easily adapt your behaviours to create better working relationships and get the best out of your team.

Author RedSeed

The first step in becoming a successful leader, an any level, is to truly understand yourself. Knowing your values is an important part of this because your values have a huge influence on the way you behave and the decisions you make. When you understand your behaviour and recognise how others see you, then you’re well on your way to becoming a self-aware leader.