Strategic Vision: Initiatives, Performance Improvement & Decision Making

Participants at the end of the program can:

• Develop high levels of leadership skills for your strategic team.
• Identify your needs and support to achieve your goals.
• Learn skills that can be used at different levels in your organization.
• Training that focuses on developing a dynamic, creative organization that is open to continuous improvements through creative leadership vision.

Target group
New team leaders who want to increase their competencies by learning important new skills that can be transformed into realistic results – old team leaders who want good direction and creative ideas to address and overcome certain challenges the team faces.

Strategic vision: initiatives, performance improvement
Introduction to the art of driving

Differences between management and leadership.
Personal qualities, management skills and leadership qualities required to be a leader with an innovative vision.
Introduction to emotional intelligence.
Emotional flexibility.
Motivation and sensitivity among individuals.
Impact and management process.
Review Management Course.
Goal setting, planning, organization and completion of duty.
The process of effective brevity makes people work regularly.
Catalysts and inhibition in the field of work.
Emotional factors and identification of the emotional needs of people.

Develop your creative leadership skills
Understand why the old management models are lacking with present-day employees
What do the staff want from the leader and what do they expect from him?
When do you break the rules of management and why?
How do you measure your creativity?
Evaluation management opens the mind.

Communication and negotiation
Different communication methods.
Select the profile.
Overview of the negotiation process.
Identification of personal negotiation methods.
Conflict management.
Team activities and factors influencing the team.
Bilpin’s view and personal preferences.
Team photo.

time management

A balance between duty, team, and individuals.
Prioritize duties.
Importance vs. Wheel.
Management of dispersion agents.

Decision making
Obstacles to the delegation process.
Behavioral guidelines for effective decision making.

Creativity and motivation of employees
Great ideas emanating from staff meetings to spur impact.
Put these ideas into practice by comparing staff meetings.
Multiple ideas to estimate and reward your team.
Facilitate the process of generating ideas.
Instilling self-orientation.

Collaborative action wheel
Charge each action with a sense of purpose and excitement.
The happy employee is a productive employee.
The easiest way to add a laugh to the working atmosphere.
Discover and use your employees’ strengths.

Ways to stimulate employees
Incentives that make them give more.
Select the eight elements.
Create an effective team.
Balancing people, management, skills, and leadership qualities.
How to stimulate the presentation of ideas.
Tools and exercises that encourage the mind to work.
Principles and tools to solve problems in an innovative way.
The closing of the program.
Instilling the spirit of creativity

How to stimulate the most prominent ideas.
Tools and exercises that encourage the mind to work.
Multidimensional thinking development exercises.
Principles and tools for solving problems in an innovative way.


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