Fundamentals of Leadership

Program Days:

Live Online sessions

  • May 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31, 2024
  • June 3, 5, 2024
  • 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM

Face to Face On-Campus

  • June 7, 2024
  • 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
    (GMT+08) on all dates

PHP 60,990.00 or USD 1,109.00*
*The prevailing exchange rate at the date of payment may apply.

Let us know if you are interested to avail of early bird/group discount or discuss payment terms.

Program Overview

Transitioning to Leadership roles is a major milestone and a great responsibility for new supervisors and managers in their management career journey. As leaders, you are no longer just responsible for accomplishing the tasks but are responsible for the people who are doing the tasks. And this shift often brings a mix of emotions: Excitement, Fear, Anticipation, and Insecurity if new supervisors and managers do not have a good onboarding and fundamental training for smooth transitioning to these leadership roles.

High-performing team members are often promoted to leadership roles based on their track record and individual output. Many organizations often assume that their success as individual contributors will ensure their success as a leader. However, people management competencies, coaching and engagement skills, and flexible and adaptable leadership styles required to lead and inspire the team don’t always come naturally. Hence, new leaders must learn, develop, practice, and adopt essential leadership qualities and skills over time. Developing a good leadership onboarding allows a good shift of individual contributors to transition into leadership roles  effectively, which will be good eventually for the people they lead, and the business or function they manage. New supervisors and leaders need to develop confidence in their leadership qualities, strengths, and abilities to be effective in their people management roles. In particular, the first 90 days are crucial for new leaders to earn trust and buy-in from the team and inspire them to pursue organizational goals and drive operational excellence.

Program Objectives

At the end of the Program, participants will:

  • Establish self-mastery in terms of personal strengths, communication preferences, leadership styles, grit, and emotional intelligence baseline;
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of various leadership concepts and frameworks necessary to transition to their leadership roles effectively;
  • Practice fundamental people management skills of coaching, situational leadership, and providing feedback
What You Will Learn
  • Transition to Leadership
  • Leadership vs. Management
  • Power and Influence
  • Emotional Intelligence for Leaders
  • Situational Styles of Leadership
  • Coaching for Leaders
  • Leading and Managing Change
  • Leadership Communication
  • Leadership Branding
Key Benefits

• New supervisors and managers will gain personal insight into their leadership style and its impact on the people they are managing;
• Develop a leadership transition plan for the first 90 days in their new role.
• Develop a nurturing and more constructive use of leadership position, allowing for more effective behavior and results as a leader.
• Organizations will benefit from having new supervisors and managers effectively in their roles to drive business strategies and results.
• Members of the organization will be more engaged, motivated, and committed to the organization’s goals
• Become an inspirational and transformational leader and change agent, facilitating an increase in positive results from organizational priorities and initiatives.

Who Should Attend

The Program is recommended for new line supervisors and managers, experienced line managers who want to be more effective in their leadership roles, and entrepreneurs who want to build the people management capability of their line managers.