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Micro-managing is one of the most frustrating leadership practices, but most managers don’t think they micro-manage…. People, the math doesn’t add up! The explanation: many of us are “micro-managing” without realizing it. In other words, our leadership actions are being interpreted by our subordinates as micro-management, though we ourselves do not see ourselves as micro-managers.
Situational Leadership is a unique leadership concept that directly helps leaders identify and adjust the areas in which they might be unintentionally micro-managing. To be effective, leaders need to adapt their styles to fit a broad range of individual and team situations. In this one day session you will learn how you can do it effectively…. and stop micro-managing.
Influence the Performance of Others
Learn to determine readiness levels
Distinguish between unable and unwilling when poor performance occurs
Discover how to diagnose performance in every situation
Goals: Assessing Criteria for Performance
Become task specific
Learn to clarify between follower needs and follower wants
Become more observant of body language and what it's telling you in performance
Behavior Skills: Leadership Behavior
Practice matching your style with the follower's style
Learn the simple questioning process to diagnose performance gaps
Learn when and how to delegate to get the best results
Are you telling too much? Learn to identify when telling can backfire.
Do you have one style you over use, under use, this assessment will give you the answer.
What you will learn:
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