Planning and Organizing
Planning and organizing are essential skills for leaders at all levels. Effective planning and organization require creating and using logical, systematic processes to achieve goals. A leader often has simultaneous commitments and deadlines, requiring a high degree of attention. An effective leader plans and organizes tasks and projects, provides clear direction for employees and achieves business objectives efficiently. In contrast, leaders who demonstrate disorganization and poor planning leave employees confused and frustrated. Tomorrow's leaders will use planning and organization to cast a broad net around what might happen and create a robust plan to respond to the unknown. Delve into the benefits and challenges of planning and organizing, including practical tips and tools. This session includes relevant models, interactive group discussions, practical exercises, and the opportunity to apply newly acquired skills and knowledge to situations and projects.
Decision-Making and Ethics
Successful leadership requires the ability to make effective decisions that are also ethically sound. Without sound decisions in alignment with organizational objectives, it becomes very difficult to operate effectively as a leader. However, decisions are often not easy to make as competing demands and ambiguities make effective decision-making challenging. Discuss effective approaches and the skills required for effective decision-making within a well-defined ethical context. Explain the psychology of decision-making, including the impact of personal biases and the stakes connected to making decisions. With the skills gained in this course, you will be able to apply models and principles that address ethical decision-making in the workplace.
Upon successful completion of the competency assessments, you will earn 2 NAIT Micro-credentials and receive 2 Digital Badges you can share on social media and with your network.
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