The behavioural characteristics of managers are emulated in a more or a less conscious way in the whole organisation. Managers who have the ability to empower usually feel comfortable with passing the power and decisions down, what increases the effectiveness of the whole organisation and the relations with clients. There is a whole set of traits a manager has to possess to fully realize the idea of empowerment (e.g. the ability to trust others). These traits are visible in every day behaviour of the manager, what in return shapes the behaviours in the whole team. Managers assume various roles on daily basis, but the role of a ‘role model’ very often proves to be the crucial in building a positive and effective culture of the organisation. The training aims at helping participants look closer at ways to ensure that their employees follow models that support good values of the organisation.
After completing the training the participants:
- Know how to build, strengthen and develop their role as a role model
- Know how to build and strengthen so called ‘personal power’ and build a personal authority
- Know how to motivate employees through showing them the advantages of taking certain positions and decisions