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Leadership Skills for Non-Supervisors

Overview

Experts in government leadership studies have noted the following: often, those in informal leadership roles who can make the most significant impact in an agency. This course helps government taskforces who are not currently formal supervisors or managers learn to influence others and make a difference in their organization.

This course uses hands-on experiential exercises, assessments, and frameworks/models to help you create an integrated development plan that matches your organization's needs with your individual strengths.

Competencies:

  • Flexibility

  • Influencing/Negotiating

  • Integrity/Honesty

  • Interpersonal Skills

  • Resilience

Duration

  • 3 days

Location

Benefits

  • Understand the importance of person-to-person influence, versus position-to-position authority

  • Develop values-based leadership practices

  • Strengthen interpersonal communication skills

  • Cultivate the art of positive interpersonal dynamics and communication

  • Learn to influence by increasing personal awareness of individual differences

 

Who Should Attend

 

  • Individuals who are not currently formal supervisors or managers but fulfill a variety of leadership roles in their organizations at all levels.

  • Individuals who aspire to serve in these formal leadership roles will also benefit from this course.

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