Situational Leadership II
The purpose of the course is to provide the participants with a clear and structured approach to individual and team development, by using the SLII model to customize own leadership behavior to the specific employee and situation.
Situational Leadership® II is a model for developing individuals to their highest level of performance on a specific goal or task. It helps create a shared language for talking about leadership.
SLII is based on the relationship between an individual’s development level (competence and commitment) on a specific goal or task and the leadership style (direction and support) the leader provides. Effective leadership lies in matching the appropriate leadership style to the individual’s development level. When leaders are Situational Leaders, they partner with their people, working side by side to align on goals, development levels, and leadership styles.
This “match,” using the common language of SLII, contributes to higher trust, positive intentions, and significant results.
This course is aimed at all formal and in-formal leaders with people management responsibilities, or individuals on the path to becoming leaders. Individuals not in a formal leader role will also greatly benefit from this course, as it provides a leadership language useful to know for both leaders and employees.
- Leader Behavior Assessment (LBAII).
- Leadership style flexibility and effectiveness.
- Over- and under supervision.
- Leadership style 1-4 demonstration and practice.
- Video cases.
- Development and regressive cycles.
- SLII games and activities.
- Implementation tools to master SLII.
- Personal development planning.
Upon completion of the course, the participants will:
- Be able to setting goals (Aligning on what needs to be done, and when.)
- Be able to diagnose (Collaboratively assessing an individual’s competence and commitment on a specific goal or task.)
- Be able to match (Using a variety of leadership styles, comfortably, to provide individuals with what they need).
- Be able to conduct One-on-One conversations.
- Be able to conduct alignment conversations.
- Understand the Situational Variables and the impact on leadership style demands.
The content will be focused on providing both a theoretical knowledge and a practical applications for the participants to use and implement the learnings.
A lot of focus will be put on the participants own Leadership Behavior Assessment (LBA II) to make it personal and relevant, along with a lot of video cases, class discussions, group work and role-plays.