How to lead a team without being a boss

Leading teams without being a boss – booking seminars at S & P – Seminar-No. E0 – Lead teams – How to lead a team without being a boss

  • What key qualifications and basic attitude requires lateral leadership?
  • How is a high-performance team composed?
  • How do I motivate my team?
  • Effective leadership techniques without disciplinary leadership
  • Handle resistance with confidence, gain recognition and respect as a leader

 

Target group for the seminar How to lead a team without being a boss

Managing directors, owners, board members, entrepreneurs, authorized signatories and authorized representatives, executives, department heads, team leaders, HR managers and sales managers, production managers and commercial managers.

 

 

Your benefit with the seminar How to lead a team without being a boss

> Leading without a supervisory role – securing recognition and acceptance as a manager
> From “forming” to “performing” – from the group to the success team
> Target agreement and delegation without supervisor function
> Encounter resistance constructively and confidently
> Better prevention than aftercare – Sovereign handling of conflict situations

 

 

Your lead with the seminar How to lead a team without being a boss

All participants receive the following S & P products:
+ S & P Leadership Test “Leadership: Determine Your Leadership Style”
+ S & P test: assess your own communication strengths
+ “Team Development: In which phase is my team?”
+ Positioning Leadership and suitable motivational instruments
+ Effective preparation of target agreement conversation
+ S & P Test “What is your delegation behavior?”
+ S & P test “feedback capability”
+ S & P Guide “Recognizing and resolving conflicts”

 

 

How to lead a team without being a boss

 

Program 1st seminar day
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Leading without a supervisory role – securing recognition and acceptance as a leader

> From Colleague to Leader: Central Principles of Lateral Leadership
> Sovereign handling of uncertainties, pressure to perform and expectations
> Personal attitude: isolate yourself without taking off
> Key qualification self-organization – Structuring the processes in and with the team
> Make decisions situationally and represent them confidently

 

 

 Participants receive the S & P Leadership Tests and Case Studies:
+ Leadership: Determine your leadership style
+ S & P test: assess your own communication strengths

 

 

From “forming” to “performing” – from the group to the success team

> Team Composition – The ideal level of heterogeneity and homogeneity in the team
> Analyst or Doer? Recognize and consider team personalities
> What to do when employees change? Reasons and consequences
> Opportunity for further development through consideration of the team development phases
> Team motivation: 5 effective ways!
> Leading under-performing employees and teams

 

 

Participants receive the S & P Leadership Tests and Case Studies:
 + Successful employee selection according to the DISG concept
+ Team Development: In which phase is my team?
+ Positioning Leadership and suitable motivational instruments

 

 

Target agreement and delegation without supervisor function

> Successfully claiming in the “sandwich position”: Communicating correctly with team members and supervisors
> Kick Off !! Lead with goals and formulate goals SMART
> Successfully conduct target agreement discussions and formulate binding mandates
> Keep an eye on the goal – connecting the team to the company goal

 

 

Participants receive the S & P Leadership Tests and Checklists:
+ Effective preparation of target agreement conversation
+ What is your delegation behavior?
+ S & P Checklist “Formulating SMART goals”

 

 

Program 2nd seminar day

 

 

Constructively and confidently countering resistance

> Successful in everyday work through established procedures
> Clearly define “rules of the game” in the team and communication channels
> Delegate properly – create debt
> Communicate tasks and time windows in the team
> Recognize time thieves and prevent them successfully
> Get team members “on board” – make controlling a common cause
> Feedback – A special challenge in leadership
> Criticism as a management tool: The successful review
> What to do if “rules of the game” are broken?
> Leading difficult employees
> Lead from the bottom up: Keep the supervisor on course

 

 

Participants receive the S & P Leadership Tests and Checklists:
+ Case studies: Solutions for challenging leadership situations are worked out together
 + Feedback capability
+ Practice Check: Tools to make the most of your time budget

 

 

Better prevention than aftercare – Sovereign handling of conflict situations

> Conflict prevention by removing ‘gray areas’ of responsibilities and resources
> Recognize and manage tensions with supervisors and team members at an early stage
> Diagnosis and therapy – Understanding the causes of conflicts and providing sustainable solutions
> How to intervene decisively in resistances
> The Communication Staircase: Where and how do information losses occur in a team or in a project?
> Changing perspectives – Taking different perspectives into account and eliminating misunderstandings
> Conduct conflict talks constructively and properly negotiate conflicts of interest

 

 

Participants receive the S & P Leadership Tests, Guides and Checklists:
+ Which type of leadership / conflict are you?
+ Recognize and resolve conflicts
+ Strategies for conflict resolution

 

 

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How to lead a team without being a boss

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