Establish yourself as an indispensable leader within your organisation.
Bad management is the main reason people leave their jobs, 50% of U.S adults have left a job “to get away from their manager” according to research from Inc.
Transitioning into a leadership role can be hard, this 4.5 hr long course provides guidance on how to inspire employees, communicate effectively and efficiently manage conflict.
Grow into a leader that propels your company forward, anticipates change and identifies innovation opportunities for your career.
In this course you will learn:
- What it means to be a good leader
- How to communicate work related information
- How to manage the conflict
- The insights of business strategies
- How to manage change
- How to foster innovation and creativity in the workplace
What you get with this Introduction to Leadership course:
- 18 modules of training (full syllabus below)
- A video-led course with a focus on practical application.
- Training designed by the UK’s top voice on leadership and management, ILM.
- A certificate upon completion
More about us:
- We have nearly 1 million students in total.
- We focus on teaching the most business-relevant skills in the most effective way possible.
- Our courses are externally checked and accredited by CPD UK as being appropriate for continual professional development.
- Our platform is award-winning and improving all the time.
If you are not 100% happy with your EwB course, you have 30 days to exchange or refund
ILM specialises in formal leadership qualifications. They offer a range of apprenticeships from an introductory level all the way up to senior management. As part of the City & Guilds Group their training and qualifications are synonymous with quality and integrity, while they constantly adapt and improve their qualifications to meet the needs of the modern workforce.
This course does not constitute part of or work towards an ILM qualification. It is a business skills course designed to meet the practical needs of the modern workforce.
There is currently no public syllabus for this course.