Leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal. In a work place, this can mean setting the direction and using management skills to direct your people to the right destination, in a smooth and efficient way.
We will incorporate the four stage model listed below into the training. It is, however, focussed on the next generation of leaders. We will meet with you to propose a possible programme and take on board your suggestions and ideas. This is a sample course outline which can be tailored to your organisational needs.
This workshop is designed to give middle managers / professionals the skills and planning skills who are looking to make the next step up to become a leader, or move to a more senior position
It focuses on the aspects Middle Managers/ professionals need to consider in order to help them make their next career move
People now need to manage their own careers in a very uncertain world.
"The advice I received from Alistair was invaluable. After a month working with Alistair I was successful in gaining full-time employment."
“Thank you for your follow up and for taking the time in these months to help me and support me with my professional development. It was very productive for me and I feel I improved a lot. I have became more confident about my potential and skills.”
“I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your time and support over the past year – I really appreciate it and have always come away from each session with useful tips and ideas and am sure that this will be the case for your other clients needing the valuable support too.”
“I found the workshop was just what I wanted and has given me lots of ideas of how to prepare for an interview.”
"Thank you so much Alistair! You've been wonderful. I feel it's a good decision also so I'm glad to hear that you agree! Of course, I will complete the feedback survey right away. Thank you again for everything!"
(your values, skills, interests, achievements)
(Exploring what a Manager does, HR Business Manager, HR Director, L and D Manger)
(Making a decision right for you) shadowing, talking to people doing the role
(How are we going to make this happen) Action plan what is the recruitment process
We will also cover:
We will meet with your Human Resource Department, or your Learning and Development Manager or a Senior Manager to discuss your training needs. From our discussions we will then suggest a course outline and training requirements. On confirmation we will agree everything in writing including days and times etc.
Before we deliver the training we ask all attendees to complete a short pre-seminar questionnaire. With career coaching sessions we ask all those requiring career coaching to complete a short questionnaire and return it to us along with their CV. This is to make sure the time spent together is maximised to its full potential.
A career coaching session takes an hour. If Stirling Careers Consultancy needs to do any follow-up research it will email it through to you afterwards.