This programme will help you improve your skills within a group or meeting environment.

Being a leader is a difficult role and requires dedication and hard work if you want your team to succeed.    Despite all these know factors the failure rate amongst leaders is still high, as many teams do not appear to relate to their leaders or their companies.  Avoiding this negativity, requires an understanding of what team members want from their job, and why they continue to arrive at work every day.  Any leader that can harness this will succeed and develop a great team working environment. 

Leadership Theory

The Tannenbaum and Schmidt Continuum for leadership, highlights how increasing the levels of delegation can affect a team.

It shows how a leader can take a team from one end of the scale to another, and therefore develop a team that has varying levels of responsibilities.

To be a great leader, delegation is vital, as this enables you to take on more responsibility and manage people.  It can be a difficult skill to master.

We make a million decisions during our lifetime, and how we make the decisions often depends on the situation.  We could choose were to go on holiday by stocking a pin in a map, or we could choose what we spend our money on.  Each decision is based on a variety of different relevant factors.