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In a Nutshell

If you are looking for a leadership cheat sheet that will provide a solid overview of proven leadership skills, then this is the course. If you need proven ways to handle conflict, engage team members, create better working relationships you will want to sign up for this course.

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Course Description

As a leader, your top priorities should be and helping your team members succeed and your own leadership development journey .

This course covers a lot of ground. Useful for both new and experienced supervisors. Manager, supervisor, leader, all of these words are interchangeable, right?

Maybe but knowing the difference is the first step in avoiding frustration. Managing, Supervising, & Leading provides the tools for you to empower your team, further develop your leadership skills, and become a more effective leader.

If you are new to management this course is designed for you.

If you have led teams before, are currently leading a team, or just want to brush up on your leadership skills, this course will be a welcomed refresher. It will provide you with tools and understanding to reinvigorate your team if productivity, morale, or engagement has fallen.

Handling difficult conversations, dealing with bad behavior, and taking a coaching approach to managing are just a few of the topics covered in this course.

 

Additionally, we’ll discuss the proper techniques for handling conflicts, maximizing your impact as a manager, and the most effective ways to empower your team (without making a mess!) 

About the Instructors

David a husband, father and the principal of Arrington Coaching. He and his team work with leaders, teams, organizations, and entrepreneurs. He regularly speaks and writes on leadership development, team alignment, and peak performance. David has over 15 years of executive coaching experience and a doctorate in strategic leadership. He's just authored his first book: Promotable.
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by Tomas Carlos July 12, 2022

All of us have developed our own leadership style and techniques throughout our careers as military officers and career civilians. We have all adopted those best practices from our Service cultures and great leaders we have had in our own careers. This course is outstanding in giving further perspectives and providing new, informative, and organized way to further hone our leadership abilities and traits. Overall, great course.

by Marsha Mullins July 5, 2022

In theory, we all know what leadership is, but this course gave definitions, perspective, and put context to specific things that make a GREAT leader. The content seems intuitive (like “of course positive reinforcement is more effective than negative reinforcement”) but the way that even intuitive concepts are broken down provides “aha” moments on how to make good leadership skills implementable. And Dr. Arrington’s presentation is interesting and engaging; I did not find myself distracted or falling asleep at all.

by Phillip Martin July 5, 2022

I accept that the title of my review is a little weird. The course information is relatively simple with an implied task of applying what you have learned in your job. The slides with bullet comments can almost act as checklists. An example would be “Accountability in Action”. You could ask yourself, “Am I setting clear expectations?”, “Am I tasking 1 person only?”, “Did I set a follow up schedule?”, “Do I need a course correction?”, “Are we celebrating milestones?”. Simple, executable leadership training.

by Michael Simmons June 28, 2022

Found this course provides a fresh take on several foundational aspects of managing teams. The course was taught at a steady pace, with every module about 30+ minutes long. That was a good length to keep focus on the material.

by Michelle Hines November 10, 2021

This course is great and helps you understand and take away best practices for the full cycle of managing, supervising and leading others!

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