Fundamentals of Leadership (Certificate)

  • Duration: 10 Days
  • Summary: Three part program leading to an Algonquin College Fundamentals of Leadership Certificate
  • Downloadable Version: Fundamentals of Leadership

The Program

  • Integrates the contemporary management concepts, skills and tools needed for successful leadership
  • Enables managers to be effective guides and resources for their teams
  • Is designed to bring out the best in team members to achieve a measurable impact on the organization’s bottom line
  • Reinforces learning and promotes the transfer of skills into the workplace through the use of personal action plans that feed into a final Personal Accountability Plan

The essence of the program is to equip managers with effective tools to bring out the best in their team members to achieve and exceed the organization’s objectives.

Workshop Description

Three part program leading to an Algonquin College Fundamentals of Leadership Certificate


Course 1: EFFECTIVE INTERPERSONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION (MGT2801)

Effective leaders are able to use communication to ensure that individual, team and organizational goals are clearly understood. This course defines the process of interpersonal communication and its influences.

Day 1 Effective Interpersonal Communication
Day 2 Disclosure and Listening
Day 3 Communication Patterns and Relationships in the Workplace
Day 4 Time/Stress Management and Strategies for Adapting and Connecting with Others

Course 2: LEADERSHIP SKILLS (MGT2802)
Alternative problem solving skills are the basis for leadership success in contemporary organizations. Participants work on alternate problem solving skills, while learning the subtle nuances of employing and developing emotional intelligence. Participants prepare and present a solution to a real-life business problem, and are provided with the opportunity to have their plan peer reviewed.

Day 5 Problem Solving and Decision Making through Appreciative Inquiry
Day 6 Transformation and Change
Day 7 Emotional Intelligence and its Application in the Workplace

Course 3: BUILDING A PERFORMANCE CULTURE (MGT2803)
Successful leaders facilitate and enable staff to perform effectively. Participants learn how to empower teams and create a positive working environment. Building environments where collaboration, transparency and feedback are a natural state is a major focus of this course.

Day 8 Leadership and Team Decision Making
Day 9 Employee Engagement and Motivation
Day 10 Addressing Performance Gaps and Coaching

Build Your Competency In

  • Communicating with individuals and team members
  • Listening and responding to people’s concerns by altering your behavioural style
  • Establishing priorities and objectives consistent with resources
  • Encouraging and working with others for continuous improvement
  • Taking action to increase people’s effectiveness
  • Providing meaningful and timely feedback
  • Championing and adapting to change

  • Attend This Workshop If You

    Are a manager, supervisor or team leader
    Wish to build high-potential teams
    Have taken on a supervisory role and would like a better grasp of what is expected of you as a leader

    Facilitator

    FRANK RAMBEAU has over 30 years of hands-on human resources and consulting experience, gained with Digital Equipment of Canada Limited, Bell-Northern Research, and as a consultant. He has international work experience and has received Management and Organization Development training through National Training Labs and University Associates in the United States. Frank specializes in management training, negotiation, performance management, behavioural interviewing and organizational development.