Aimed at
The course is aimed at anyone who has to manage teams.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the key concepts of situational leadership and how to apply them in a practical way to your role as a leader
  • Develop your emotional intelligence in order to lead in a more effective way
  • Assess the maturity level of your employees based on their motivation and competency level
  • Master the different styles of leadership and apply them to the different maturity levels of your employees
  • Apply the learning to day-to-day situations to improve the performance and motivation of your team

In the first stage of the course, you will learn the keys to the technique. For this, we will explain the best practice of how to lead different collaborator profiles.

Once you have understood the theory, you will be able to practice. You will meet with four collaborators to present them with a project. Each one has a different maturity level so you will have to adapt your leadership style to achieve the best possible result.

If you want to achieve a high score, you will have to listen to their opinions, analyze their starting situation, help them establish a plan and motivate them to carry it out.

This methodology, based on intensive training, will allow you to quickly internalize the learning.

Skills to be acquired
People management and development

You will guide and coordinate the work of your collaborators, training them and offering feedback to develop their potential, delegating effectively and encouraging their growth.

Persuasive communication

You will generate impact on your collaborators through persuasive communication, adapting to the needs and knowledge of each one of them.

Planning and organization

You will learn to prioritize objectives and ensure their fulfillment in the corresponding times. You will know how to organize available resources and make diagnoses to make the most appropriate decision in each case.

Decision making

You will develop the ability to respond to all situations that arise (including the choice of leadership style) in an assertive manner and assuming the corresponding responsibilities.

  • 1. What is leadership?
    • What is leadership and why is it important in an organization?
    • How has the concept of leadership evolved?
  • 2. Situational leadership
    • What is situational leadership?
    • What are the fundamental skills of a situational leader?
  • 3. The employee and his development leves
    • What are the four possible levels of employee development?
    • What do employees in level 1 of maturity need?
    • What do employees in level 2 of maturity need?
    • What do employees in level 3 of maturity need?
    • What do employees in level 4 of maturity need?
  • 4. Leadership styles
    • What are the four leadership styles and how to select the right one?
    • Managerial leadership
    • Coaching leadership
    • Supportive leadership
    • Delegative leadership
    • Approaching different situations with a co-worker through situational leadership
  • 5. Final summary
    • Video summary of the course