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People Leadership [7 Course Bundle]

People Leadership [7 Course Bundle]

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People leadership is about building collaborative relationships, optimizing talent, and influencing people. Skills such as collaboration, managing conflict, interpersonal skills, developing talent and teams, valuing differences, communicating effectively, and driving engagement are critical in leading people.

Seven (7) courses in total, twelve (12) modules per course. Courses included:

Coaching & Mentoring, Delivering Constructive Criticism, Employee Motivation, Employee Recognition, Interpersonal Skills, Servant Leadership, Supervising Others

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Coaching & Mentoring

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Defining Coaching and Mentoring
  • Module Three: Setting Goals
  • Module Four: Understanding the Reality
  • Module Five: Developing Options
  • Module Six: Wrapping it All Up
  • Module Seven: The Importance of Trust
  • Module Eight: Providing Feedback
  • Module Nine: Overcoming Roadblocks
  • Module Ten: Reaching the End
  • Module Eleven: How Mentoring Differs from Coaching
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Delivering Constructive Criticsm

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: When Should Feedback Occur?
  • Module Three: Preparing and Planning
  • Module Four: Choosing a Time and Place
  • Module Five: During the Session (I)
  • Module Six: During the Session (II)
  • Module Seven: Setting Goals
  • Module Eight: Diffusing Anger or Negative Emotions
  • Module Nine: What Not to Do
  • Module Ten: After the Session (I)
  • Module Eleven: After the Session (II)
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Employee Motivation

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: A Psychological Approach
  • Module Three: Object-Oriented Theory
  • Module Four: Using Reinforcement Theory
  • Module Five: Using Expectancy Theory
  • Module Six: Personality's Role in Motivation
  • Module Seven: Setting Goals
  • Module Eight: A Personal Toolbox
  • Module Nine: Motivation On the Job
  • Module Ten: Addressing Specific Morale Issues
  • Module Eleven: Keeping Yourself Motivated
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Employee Recognition

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: A Psychological Approach
  • Module Three: Object-Oriented Theory
  • Module Four: Using Reinforcement Theory
  • Module Five: Using Expectancy Theory
  • Module Six: Personality's Role in Motivation
  • Module Seven: Setting Goals
  • Module Eight: A Personal Toolbox
  • Module Nine: Motivation On the Job
  • Module Ten: Addressing Specific Morale Issues
  • Module Eleven: Keeping Yourself Motivated
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Interpersonal Skills

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Verbal Communication Skills
  • Module Three: Non-Verbal Communication Skills
  • Module Four: Making Small Talk and Moving Beyond
  • Module Five: Moving the Conversation Along
  • Module Six: Remembering Names
  • Module Seven: Influencing Skills
  • Module Eight: Bringing People to Your Side
  • Module Nine: Sharing Your Opinion
  • Module Ten: Negotiation Basics
  • Module Eleven: Making An Impact
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Servant Leadership

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: What Is Servant Leadership?
  • Module Three: Leadership Practices
  • Module Four: Share the Power
  • Module Five: Characteristics of a Servant Leader
  • Module Six: Barriers to Servant Leadership
  • Module Seven: Building a Team Community
  • Module Eight: Be a Motivator
  • Module Nine: Be a Mentor
  • Module Ten: Training Future Leaders
  • Module Eleven: Self-Reflection
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Supervising Others

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Setting Expectations
  • Module Three: Setting Goals
  • Module Four: Assigning Work
  • Module Five: Degrees of Delegation
  • Module Six: Implementing Delegation
  • Module Seven: Providing Feedback
  • Module Eight: Managing Your Time
  • Module Nine: Resolving Conflict
  • Module Ten: Tips for Special Situations
  • Module Eleven: A Survival Guide for the New Supervisor
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up