Moving from Management to Leadership

The following are the "Moving from Management to Leadership" bundle courses.
Course Bundle: Moving from Management to Leadership - 23.5 hours/PDUs (Category B)This bundle includes:
  * "Recognizing a Leader"
  * "The Communication of a Shared Vision"
  * "Leading by Enabling"
  * "Communication and Leadership"
  * "Coaching Performance"
Recognizing a Leader - 5.0 hours/PDUs (Category B)Do you feel that your people can't get along without you? If you're not available, do your people lack direction and therefore, productivity suffers? If you feel that you've been overmanaging and underleading, this course is for you. There is a strong difference between activities and roles of effective managers and those of successful leaders. You'll discover what some of those key differences are by studying the traits and qualities of leaders, including information on how true leaders find th
The Communication of a Shared Vision - 5.0 hours/PDUs (Category B)If you can dream it, you can do it. Walt Disney's words ring as true today as they did many years ago when they were first displayed above the Epcot Center. The importance of a vision cannot be denied. Neither can the importance of communicating that vision to the people responsible for supporting it. Communicating your vision gives purpose and meaning to the work that people do, and pursuing and accomplishing that vision with a sense of integrity builds trust in you as an individual and as a
Leading by Enabling - 4.0 hours/PDUs (Category B)In this course, you'll learn how to enable your employees by providing more choices and fostering competence. You'll understand why offering visible support to your people makes them able to "make the call" when necessary. This course will also assist you in discovering common aspirations, improving your interpersonal skills, communicating your passion, and making your vision tangible. You will understand the importance of developing shared goals and integrative solutions while building relation
Communication and Leadership - 4.0 hours/PDUs (Category B)You've asked an employee TWICE to complete a project as soon as possible and still the work isn't completed. You've delegated a task to another employee only to have it done incorrectly. You've sent an e-mail asking for extra help on a project to which you've had several negative responses. What's going on? While these situations could be the result of many different influences, you can eliminate one of the variables by ensuring that your communication style is positive, clear, concise, and to t
Coaching Performance - 2.0 hours/PDUs (Category B)Barry is new at quality control. He completed three weeks of training, but he has already made two major errors that cost the firm $3000. He's obviously upset and discouraged over his shaky start. If you were Barry's supervisor, what would you do? Situations like this one can cause managers to fret and fuss and begin talking about disciplinary action. However, leaders take a different approach. A leader would take the time to coach Barry and find out what's really going on--perhaps determining t
Leadership and Change - 1.5 hours/PDUs (Category B)Take a minute to think of people whom you consider to be exemplary leaders--people who led their organizations to greatness. What are the events or actions that led you to believe these leaders were exemplary? Was it the development of a new product, the revival of a failing business, or perhaps the start-up of an entrepreneurial venture? People who become leaders are individuals who triumph during times of turbulence, conflict, and change. They look for ways to change the status quo, to challen
The Model Leader - 2.0 hours/PDUs (Category B)Leaders...know how to dance the old dance. We all grew up in traditional organizations with conventional leader and role models. Now the music has changed. We don't know the new steps and there are not footprints on the floor. Peter R. Schools' words accurately reflect the challenges of leading today. You have to be able to develop a diverse team that can achieve optimum performance. You have to know how to motivate a variety of individuals. And you have to be willing to shed the old ways of t