Training

Systematic leadership training

Three central perspectives of successful leadership

When it comes to the challenging interplay of creating value, innovative drive, and digitization, an appreciative and goal-oriented leadership style is a key success factor for companies. This applies to the management of people as well as the organization as a whole. The demands that come with new technologies, new structures in day-to-day work, and new forms of cooperation can affect organization and processes in addition to everyone involved and affected in the company.

In this world of work, managers need to face once again the kind of change seen in recent years with the introduction of group work, although the effects could be far greater. It is a process of change in which their role also changes. This results in new requirements as far as job roles and behavior are concerned. Managers need to get used to these demands, and they should deal with them at an early stage.

The Ingenics leadership development program follows a systemic approach that allows multiple changes of perspective. The course allows managers to view themselves with a critical eye while pointing to timely approaches to successful staff leadership and professional ways to handle organization. At all the relevant points, links are made to new worlds of work in the age of Industry 4.0. Participants can build on their experience through a variety of practical exercises.

Duration
 Module 1: 2 days
 Module 2: 2 days
 Module 3: 2 days

Your benefits

  • The holistic and systematic approach gives you a comprehensive understanding.
  • Study leadership strategies and techniques that have been tried and tested in practice so that these can be applied as required.
  • In a realistic and relevant way, practice how to be a purposeful and convincing leader in a new world of work.

Contents & Key Learnings

Module 1 “Leading yourself” –

  • Honing the perception that “my view is not the only view”
  • Reflecting on the question “What is my impact as a leader?”
  • Individual attitude towards understanding leadership roles and the principles of effective leadership
  • Which areas of tension concern me as a leader? Company managers as role models with regards to the requirements of Industry 4.0.

 

Module 2 “Leading people” –

  • Developing success factors for leadership through a practical exercise
  • Duties, skills, and responsibilities I need to be successful
  • Individual leadership with effective delegation
  • Feedback as a management tool
  • Training sequences that develop strategies to overcome difficult leadership situations and group dynamic processes.

 

Module 3 “Leading the organization” –

  • Group work and practical examples of shop floor management
  • Leaders as conflict managers, problem solvers, and identifiers of opportunities
  • Interface management with shared goals and good communication
  • Strategic absence management to foster talent
  • Correct application of escalation levels

Format & Execution

  • Classroom and shop floor training  
  • Presentation, discussion, application, exercises, transfer

Audience

Managers and leaders in industrial companies