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About the course
Become a better leader and bring out the best in your teams
Mastering others starts by understanding yourself. Return to the workplace with a competitive advantage. Not only are you able to exploit your strengths whilst avoiding pitfalls. Better insights in others boosts your and your colleagues performance. Invest in yourself and add value to your company.
Why This Programme?
What is the added value of following the programme 'Self-Leadership'?
- Discover your management style and the impact it has on others
- Adapt the way you interact with others to become more influential
- Explore your strengths and weaknesses
- Develop effective communication skills
'Self-Leadership' comprises 2 modules that each will help you develop your own unique management style.
Module 1: Personal effectiveness
- Analyse your personal thinking style and explore the styles of others
- Identify different personalities in the workplace and understand how to get the most from them
- Maximise your potential by understanding – and playing to – your strengths
Module 2: How you impact others
- Shape your management approach to influence others
- Role play effective interactions with team members
- Fine-tune your personal action plan
Who should attend
- You are a project manager, functional specialist or team leader
Recent job titles include: coordinator, project manager, product specialist, sales manager and consultant...
- As an individual contributor you would like to gain more insight in your strengths and opportunities for development
- You are a newly appointed leader or working towards a leadership role
- You are a specialist that wants to have more impact on others
Trust the experts
Veroniek De Schamphelaere
As an HR expert with extensive practical experience, Veroniek advises organisations in their HR development processes. Her research interests relate to employee engagement and motivation, team management and self management.Increasing employee engagement, motivation and performance is the aim of ...
Karlien Vanderheyden obtained a master degree in Industrial and Organisational Psychology at Ghent University in 1990. She was Visiting Research Fellow at University of Maryland (1994-1995) and became Doctor in Psychology at Ghent University in 1998. She teaches people management in degree progra...