Leadership Development Skills Training Part 2
Designed for people who completed Leadership Development Skills - Part 1.
Training Overview: In this two-day training program, participants will continue to develop skills in emotional intelligence. Research has shown that leaders with a high “EQ” can understand their own emotions and how they affect their performance. Good leaders must be able to influence others. Learning to control our own emotions allows us to understand and assist others in managing their emotions as well.
The areas of competency that will be addressed in this training are self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management.
We will also introduce the concept of situational leadership. This will allow leaders to identify the ability of others to complete assigned tasks by recognizing their level of readiness to complete a task. This is a best practice and has shown to be a remarkable skill in leadership development.
By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
- Explain how emotional intelligence assists leaders in influencing others
- Apply emotional intelligence appropriately
- Explain the four styles of situational leadership – telling, selling, participating, and delegating
- Recognize your own preferred style of leadership
- Adapt your preferred leadership style to match the needs of others
This program is an essential component of the work the AIDS Institute has tasked LTI to produce. Our goal is to ensure that there are leaders, peer mentors and ambassadors in every region of New York State.