Managing without disciplinary authority
- Assuming and defining your management role within the organization.
- Accepting responsibility and being accountable.
- Securing acceptance and recognition in your role.
- Managing with the necessary characteristics and methods.
Setting the tone and avoiding the wrong tone
- Appropriate behaviour for your position.
- Creating professional boundaries vs. being a colleague.
- Principles of contemporary management.
- Showing appreciation for colleagues, department, entities etc.
- Commanding authority by using personal and social skills.
Effective instruments of lateral management
- Demanding and fostering top performance.
- Situational management: using talent, ability and potential.
- Result-oriented delegation of tasks, duties and responsibilities.
- Dealing confidently with resistance.
- Developing and managing relationships pro-actively.
Obstacles and stumbling blocks
- Dealing with internal matrix challenges.
- Asserting yourself in difficult situations.
- Avoiding typical mistakes.
- Don’t follow all modern trends or fashionable ideas.
- Drawing up dos and don’ts.
Lerndauer: 2 days
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This training teaches you how to lead successfully without having disciplinary authority.
- You learn to reflect your leadership competence and receive many useful practical recommendations which help you to lead with special competence and natural authority.
- You learn how to deal with your range of influence.
- You become aware of your leading role and to reflect your image of yourself and of others.
- You learn how to deal with and experience feedback in connection with your leadership behaviour and style of communication.
- You start to improve your ability to influence things getting done.
- You become more self-confident in your behaviour and in the execution of your leadership function.
Team leaders, group leaders, project managers, scrum masters, substitute leaders, managers of staff positions or teams/departments, specialist staff, who are new in their role or want to prepare themselves for such a role or improve performance in their role, in order to lead without disciplinary authority.