Identifying prospective managers that can become effective leaders is a challenge requiring established principles and a process for selection and alignment with a development program. Learn the characteristics of leadership and how to select the right candidates.
In this module, learn how to identify prospective management personnel and what characteristics are the foundation for leadership. In many cases, staff are promoted to management positions based largely on the past performance in non-leadership roles. Your management personnel should have the respect, loyalty, trust, and confidence of both management and colleagues. Also, learn how an employee can lead in a non-management role. This module will address these issues through a leadership and management program designed to guide you through this process.
a. How to assess personnel to identify and develop leaders
b. Conducting performance assessment and interviews
c. Establish baseline for performance and potential
d. Create goals and measures for development
e. Leading in a non-management role
||This course offers 1 PDC for SHRM-CP’s and SHRM-SCP’s. If credit is desired, a $20 fee will be charged at the completion of the course.
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