Executive Management Certified
The Executive Management Certified course, developed exclusively for the Management and Strategy Institute, is designed to give you a strong understanding of leadership principles as well as the development of supervisory skills.
To be a good leader you need to have a vision and energize the people around you. When people are passionate about what they do, they can be far more efficient and effective. As a leader (executive manager) you want to make people passionate about their jobs. Enhance your curriculum vitae by adding our Executive Management Certification to your list of achievements. This certification is designed to combine Leadership and Management skills to make you an effective Manager. Executive Management Certified
COURSE OUTLINE Executive Management Certified
What Makes a Great Leader Executive Management Certified
To be a good leader you need to have a vision and energize the people around you.
Understand the basics of being a good leader. What are the 5 basic traits of a leader.
How to Create a Suitable Environment
What sort of an environment should you create to make your team or employees passionate about what they do?
As Executive Manager understand a clear stated mission & purpose. Rewards, trust and leading by example.
Vision: How to Come up with Goals?
As a good leader, you must have a vision. You must know where you are going and be able to convince others so that they follow you.
Understand what “vision” is and why it is important.
Circle of Influence
Who is Your Circle of Influence?
Identify and know how to interact with your circle of influence.
What are Personality Types?
Imagine if you could talk to someone and within minutes understand what type of a person they are? You could then predict a lot of their behavior and understand how to approach them effectively.
Classify yourself and others based on a personality type indicator.
How to Communicate Effectively?
While communicating with your circle of influence, certain behaviors can be far more positive than others, and will usually get you more results.
Communicate more effectively with team members and increase the team’s inter-communications
Ask specific types of questions to obtain more information.
As a manager, it is essential to know how to ask the right questions. Understand question techniques to obtain the most critical information.
How to Convince
Change the opinion of people around you more successfully.
A good leader needs to be able to easily convince other people of his or her opinion. Understand the basics of persuading others to see your vision.
How to Give Feedback
Deliver your potentially negative message and get a good response.
Understand the basics of giving potentially negative feedback in an effective way.
How to Encourage Team Members
Use a simple technique to reinforce behavior of team members.
Understand the basics of encouraging a team to perform.
How to Criticize & Get Results
Criticize someone in a senior position without jeopardizing your own position. A leader needs to interact with many different people on many different levels, above and below. Sometimes you may be confronted with behavior that you need to criticize.
Understand the basics of criticizing others in a way that gets results.
How to Delegate
Delegate tasks at the appropriate level and maximize your efficiency.
Understand the basics of delegating.
Analyze risk systematically and formulate responses.
Basic understanding of how to analyze risk.
What is Supervision
Approach a supervisory role systematically and confidently by knowing the requirements for success.
Understand the basics of supervision.
How to Address Problems Methodically
Analyze a situation systematically using a proven management technique to identify who and what is affected by it
Understand how to analyze and address problems.
Use the 4-step technique to establish rapport with people for effective communication and team building.
Learn to establish rapport with others using communication.
Choose your leadership style based on your management needs and individual’s capability using an established management theory.
Understand situational leadership and leadership styles.