LED6176 - Introduction to Team Leadership

Course CodeLED6176
Course TitleIntroduction to Team Leadership
DescriptionEveryone is responsible for some form of supervision, whether it's directing the actions of a few or many, and whether they are classified as a supervisor or not. This course is a general introduction to management where participants learn how to lead others, even if they don't have the authority of a supervisory position. Specific topics include establishing rapport and cultivating influence; achieving trust and building relationships; planning and organizing projects and resources; building and leading a team; solving problems and making decisions; and implementing change successfully.
Objectives:
Handle responsibility and act with authority;
Effectively manage time and reduce stress;
Manage the day-to-day challanges of leading a team;
Use effective strategies for organizing projects and negotiating resources;
Apply problem-solving and decision-making skills to accomplish tasks; and
Create and implement change in your organization.
Target Audience:
Anyone who leads and manages others in accomplishing work.
Delivery MethodInstructor Led
Instructional Hours24
Credits/CEUs1.0
Primary ContactTANNOR KOPP; Phone: (304) 876-7477; Email: tannor_kopp@fws.gov;
Secondary ContactJACK OWENS; Phone: 304.876.7903; Email: jack_owens@fws.gov;
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Schedule:  LED6176 - Introduction to Team Leadership

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08/25/2014 08/29/2014 Class ends at 12:00 Noon on the last day

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