In today’s diverse workplace, leaders must be able to adapt their leadership approach to effectively engage and develop their employees. This program is designed to help you understand the concept of situational leadership and the basics of the DISC model and provide you with practical strategies for applying these concepts in the workplace.
Situational leadership is a leadership model that emphasizes adapting leadership styles to the development level of individual employees. It recognizes that different employees have different needs and require different levels of support and direction from their leaders. By understanding situational leadership, leaders can better meet the needs of their employees and foster their growth and development.
The DISC model is a behavioral assessment tool that provides insights into an individual’s communication and behavioral styles. By understanding the DISC model, leaders can tailor their communication and leadership styles to better engage with their employees and build more effective relationships.
In this training program, you will learn the basics of the DISC model and how it can inform adaptive leadership styles. You will also develop practical strategies for applying situational leadership and the DISC model in the workplace. Through interactive activities, case studies, and group discussions, you will gain the skills and confidence to effectively lead through diverse situations and support the development of your employees.