The purpose of this course is to introduce leaders to the concepts of behavioral assessment using the accepted psychological theories of personality and human behavior to understand and influence behavior change in other individuals. Armed with a substantial theory base, executives will be given an opportunity to begin using this data to identify the behaviors and needs of those with whom they work at all levels to influence their behavior-and to produce behavior change.
To enhance the participants’ Knowledge, Abilities and Skills necessary to achieve goals through managing managers.
By the end of the Course, participant will be able to:
Identify the main characteristics of effective leader
Establish a culture that promotes trust, integrity and high performance
Be successful as coach, motivator and mentor
See how they currently influence the behavior of others through their current theory
Understand how to use personality theory from an eclectic perspective in understanding human personality development and what each theory has to offer in influencing behavior
Recognize four to six theories of personality based on the profile of the characteristics of the group and their identified needs in understanding human behavior
Develop a "tool box" of techniques for use in influencing the behavior of others
Develop a desire to learn more about the process of influencing behavior
Clearly communicate mission, vision, values
Mid-level managers or executives