Setting of the workshop:
Managing staff often requires a different approach depending on the situation and the staff member involved.
- Your employee has a problem, and you give her advice. After some time you find out that she totally has ignored your advice.
- Your employee thinks he knows it all, but you notice he makes a lot of mistakes. When you address this, he starts to argue and to mope.
- What do you do when your ICT-manager is good at his job, but at the same time, he is not able to motivate his staff to perform at their best?
Sometimes you respond with more directions; other times you respond by being more supportive by giving compliments. That goes well in a lot of cases; while in other cases, you might get disappointed or even angry at your staff for not performing at their best, thinking they should have done a good job, considering their motivation and working history.
Support Echteld Consult:
In this introductory workshop on Situational Leadership, we’ll teach managers the basics of how to align different management styles to different levels of development and motivation of their staff.
Elements of the approach during the workshop:
- assessing one’s competence;
- switching between supportive and directive leadership;
- increasing the self-confidence of your employees;
- growing task-maturity.
Professionals who are aware of what is involved regarding managing staff.