All of our programmes can be started straight away so there is no waiting around for the next enrolment date to come around.
The Level 3 Team Leader programme is perfect for individuals who are in a first line management role and who have operational/project responsibilities or the responsibility for managing a team to deliver clearly defined outcomes.
Below you will find a short introduction to the modules we cover throughout the Level 3 Team Leader programme...
In this module, delegates will conclude their research and analysis into themselves as a manager and leader– find out which you are and why! Be guided in understanding how to use S.W.O.T and S.T.A.R. Explore time management techniques and learn how to avoid time bandits and other distractions. We delve into how to be self aware and understand inclusivity and unconscious bias, reflect on own performance and apply learning from feedback gained ,leading people, managing people, building relationships (Emotional Intelligence, Goleman, 1995), being inclusive without unconscious bias. understanding of the organisations strategy, culture, approaches to equality and diversity.
In this module, you will explore your involvement in projects, the tools to be used and how to identify risks and mitigating factors. Reflecting on previous modules, where barriers are identified and relationships are built.
During this module, you will explore the difference between a manager and a leader, debate how management styles have changed over the years and how these are adapted to industry in varying contexts. You will investigate how to use HR systems to support own processes, and the difficulties involved in the process. You will learn how to confidently apply your knowledge gained through exploring and trialling management models and theories in a safe environment, from Adair to Lewin and others in between.
In this module, you will continue to explore the difference between a manager and a leader, also how role models in your past affect the way that you act and think as a manager in the now. You will present how the coaching that you have used over the previous month impacted your relationship with your team and how to build on this. The characteristics of a leader that will be explored, are the ability to identify and share good practice, inclusivity and a sense of purpose, shared goals and good practice, supportive, trusting, collaborative, cohesive, confident, knowledgeable, skilled, motivated, agile, accurate, developing, structured. You will go on to explore how the behaviours previously highlighted impact on your team and how to prepare for change. You will be directed to guided learning available on the CMI management direct website and accessible to you, as working towards a Chartered Management qualification.
During this module, you will explore what building relationships means to you and your industry, who your stakeholders are and why. How to map stakeholders and why. Reflect back to difficult conversations), discuss how to prevent conflict and/or resolve rising issues by ‘nipping it in the bud’
In this module, you will be exploring strategic planning, how to analyse and input data securely and the contingency planning and processes needed to monitor and achieve business results. Let us help you decide how to find your place in the organisation, using theories from Adair, Ishikawa and Kaplan, into your company systems, to maximise your impact in the industry that you work within.
In this module, you will explore business finance terminology, how financial and budgetary control is paramount in planning, monitoring and fulfilling operational and project strategies. The gives you the background to build on your skills and knowledge towards operational management. You will explore the need for a budget and the types that can be used, what organisational governance is and its impact on the budgets used. You will be able to identify your own role in this process, put controls and monitoring within your remit and discuss when and why you would escalate a problem. Incorporated into this workshop, is data management and security, identifying the use of primary and secondary source material and ensuring its relevance, learning how to best represent reports, to engage your audience. This module prepares you for the Project management module, where you can analyse current controls, measures and the need for improvements and assess where a project would benefit.
In this module, you will explore different methods of communication and their effectiveness, debate the use of meetings and integrating remote workers by use of technology. You will look at difficult conversations and how to plan, prepare and carry these out. In this session, you will also pick up from the introductory module, by underpinning the behaviours of a team leader and how these are evidenced the impact on your workforce.
Our Level 3 team leader programme is assessed at its conclusion by the Chartered Management Institute, giving students and employers the reassurance that a world renowned and recognised body stands behind the qualification standards.
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