Essentials of Supervision (Part 1): Developing Your Leadership Styles
What’s the difference between a Manager and a Leader? Steve Jobs once said: “Management is about persuading people to do things they don’t want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things they never thought they could.”
As a manager you are responsible for organizing, planning, directing and controlling the work of your employees. However, people won’t automatically be productive, and develop their abilities just because you say so. They need to be led as well.
This workshop is a tool for your leadership development. It is designed to help you create and accomplish your personal best, and to help you lead others to get extraordinary things done. We will work to improve your approach to dealing with staff by identifying your primary leadership style and developing more flexibility to use other leadership styles dependent on the kind of people being led, the objectives to be achieved, and the situation in which leadership is being given.
This course is part of the CTC Workplace Essentials curriculum
Lorna Murphy is a Personal and Business Coach and Learning & Development specialist with over 20 years of experience in both the public and private sector. With a passion for human development, motivation and success, she has trained in Psychology, Personal and Business Coaching, NLP, Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy in an academic and practice career spanning more than two decades. Lorna sits on the Board of Directors for CIPCA – The Cayman Islands Professional Coaches Association.
An advocate for Mental Health awareness and the provision of services to support each person’s inner challenges, Lorna seeks to change the perceptions and reduce the stigmas surrounding mental illness.
Lorna has an innate passion for coaching and training, weaving together theories in neuroscience, psychology, coaching and her own diverse personal experience. She tailors each program to encourage others to find their unique purpose and relieve them of their perceived limitations.
Throughout her career she has focused on the importance of implementing structures within the work environment including group and individual training and coaching, motivation, and leadership development whilst imparting the importance of corporate cultural evolution to provide the best possible experience for those working within each company so they can best advocate to their clients.
Cancellations must be received in writing 72 hours prior to the course in order to obtain a refund. No shows will be charged the full amount.
Parking is available in any VISITOR designated parking space.