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Are you looking to step up and improve your organisation's leadership and management skills?

HAZCON is now delivering three (non-OHS) training courses in the leadership and management space as follows:

  • Building high performance teams;
  • Creative problem solving and decision making; and
  • Lead, motivate and inspire.

Each of the courses lasts for one day and can be delivered at client sites.

The courses are designed to deliver the fundamentals and are based on sound management principles with best practice theory, frameworks and tools. All training is 'face to face' offering adult collaborative learning; real people, real networking whilst having fun in a relaxed environment!

The training is appropriate for:

  • People managers, line managers, new managers and supervisors;
  • Teams and work groups aiming for a more dynamic and effective work environment; and
  • Business professionals who want to develop or refresh practical skills and approaches to problem solving, creative idea generation and utilise decision making tools.

Building High Performance Teams

Learning Outcomes: By the end of this training course participants will be able to:

  • Understand the key advantages of high performing teams and why companies are firm supporters of the team model;
  • List and explain the ten characteristics of high performing teams;
  • Identify the attitude, skills and knowledge of the perfect team member;
  • Focus on behaviour not personality;
  • Understand the path that teams follow to become high performing i.e. Forming, storming, norming, performing and adjourning; and
  • Create an action plan.

Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making

Learning Outcomes: By the end of this training course participants will be able to:
  • Apply logical tools to properly analyse problems for root causes and contributory factors;
  • Establish and compare options in a variety of situations;
  • Identify the best choice from various options and address group think;
  • Achieve group consensus about important decisions;
  • Apply a four-step process to systematically solve problems and decide on appropriate solutions;
  • Use methods and tools (systematic process and fishbone diagramming) to discover the underlying cause of a problem;
  • Use brainstorming, mind mapping, and several other creative thinking techniques to generate possible solutions to the problem;
  • Use the following decision-making techniques: Pro/Con, Force Field Analysis, Decision Matrix, Feasibility/Capability Analysis, and Cost/Benefit Analysis; and
  • Create an action plan to implement the appropriate solution.

Lead Motivate and Inspire

  • Learning Outcomes: By the end of this training course participants will be able to:
  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of a true leader;
  • Clearly understand the difference between the roles of managers and the roles of leaders;
  • List the main essential roles of a leader;
  • Understand what motivates people and explain the 4motive motivational model;
  • Identify what employees want from a leader;
  • Understand different perspectives and what defines a true leader;
  • Find out their preferred leadership style;
  • Balance team, task and individual functions;
  • Identify what it takes to role model strong leadership; and
  • List the leadership critical success factor; and
  • Create an action plan.
Full details are available in the HAZCON Training and Services Brochure 2020.
https://www.hazcon.com.au/training-and-services-brochure.html

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