SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP® TM Copyright © 1984-2012, Leadership Studies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. ABOUT THE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP STUDIES The Center for Leadership Studies (CLS) is the home of Situational Leadership®. For more than 40 years, CLS has equipped leaders around the globe with the skills necessary to adapt to any circumstance, predict and overcome any challenge and seize every opportunity. CLS’ diverse product portfolio, which includes a competency model and comprehensive offthe-shelf leadership curriculum with both custom and remote capabilities, allows us to serve as a single provider for all organizational training needs. We service these needs through a multitude of modalities, including onsite and public “Train the Trainer” programs and workshops, blended-learning development and personalized coaching opportunities. CLS, based out of Cary, NC, services customers both domestically and internationally through an extensive network of over 200 affiliates and facilitators in more than 30 countries who understand the nuances present in each culture, allowing for the delivery of innovative, highquality training programs in localized languages. 2 Copyright © 1984-2012, Leadership Studies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Center for Leadership Studies – We Build Leaders™! Leadership Competency Model and Curriculum Executive Coaching and Performance Enhancement Certification Centers and Measurement Platforms Custom Training and App Development Situational Leadership® Comprehensive Suite of Leadership Development Offerings Partnerships Supporting Literature 3 Copyright © 2012, Leadership Studies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Situational Leadership®: An Overview Deployed in 70% of Fortune 500 companies, Situational Leadership® is the most successful and widely used leadership model on the market Developed by Dr. Paul Hersey at The Center for Leadership Studies, the Situational Leadership® Model is a powerful, yet flexible, tool that serves as a practical road map that leaders can leverage when making complex decisions The framework allows leaders to immediately assess an individual’s Performance Readiness® Level (combination of ability and willingness) to perform a specific task or function and adjust their leadership style accordingly 4 Copyright © 2012, Leadership Studies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Situational Leadership®: Building Leaders Course Overview Situational Leadership®: Building Leaders is a one-day, instructor-led course that equips leaders with the tools necessary to influence the performance of others through the practical application of the Situational Leadership® Model. Click the monitor to learn more. The course includes the following materials: Pre-Work LEAD Self (paper or online); upgrade to LEAD Other Online Participant Kit Situational Leadership®: Building Leaders Participant Guide ▪ Team Leadership Building Leadership Handout ▪ Team Leadership Model Pocket Card Team Leadership Certificate 5 Copyright © 2012, Leadership Studies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Situational Leadership®: Building Leaders Course Objectives Participants attending Situational Leadership®: Building Leaders should be able to: Define leadership Apply Situational Leadership® by: Identifying the specific task for application of the Situational Leadership® process Accurately assessing the Performance Readiness® Level of the individual Responding with the right leadership style and behaviors to meet the performance needs of the individual Communicating the leadership response more effectively Managing the movement of the individual through various levels of Performance Readiness® Identify opportunities to improve in the application of Situational Leadership® through self‐assessment and development planning 6 Copyright © 2012, Leadership Studies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Situational Leadership®: Building Leaders Course Agenda AM: PM: Estimated Duration Topic Program Introduction 30 mins - Introductions - Program Overview (Objectives and Agenda / Housekeeping) 28 mins 2 mins Mindset Activity 15 mins - Activity: Mindset of Leaders 10 mins - Skills Within the Organization 5 mins Definitions - Leadership Definitions 30 mins 30 mins Application Challenges – Match / Mismatch Break Development and Regression 30 mins 30 mins 15 mins 1 hour, 45 mins 60 mins 15 mins - Manage the Movement – Regression 5 mins 15 mins - Activity: Structured Skill Discussion 30 mins 10 mins Sustainment and Conclusions - Activity: Re-Entry and FeedForward 30 mins 10 mins - Video Examples of Readiness 10 mins - Activity: Assessing Readiness 25 mins Lunch 15 mins - Activity: Match / Mismatch 45 mins 1 hour, 25 mins Indicators - Activity: Matching Styles - Activity: Video Case Studies Break - Performance 10 mins 10 mins 15 mins Readiness® 35 mins - Manage the Movement – Development - The Hobby Activity - Introduction to Situational Leadership® Model – Part 2 - Activity: Identify the Specific Task - Assessing Performance Readiness® and Flip Chart Activity 60 mins - Video Style Match Examples - Review LEAD Feedback 5 mins Diagnosing the Situation Adapting Leadership Response - Matching the Leadership Response and Flip Chart Activity Estimated Duration Reviewing LEAD Results 5 mins Introduction to Situational Leadership® - Introduction to the Situational Leadership® Model – Part 1 15 mins Topic Total Workshop Time 15 mins 15 mins 7 hours (Classroom time) 60 mins 7 Copyright © 2012, Leadership Studies, Inc. 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