Your Leadership Evolution Level 1

A concise resource for aspiring and current leaders that will support your ability to lead & build capacity in others.
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  • Lectures 5
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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Published 8/2015 English

Course Description

Your Leadership Evolution Level 1 is a comprehensive 'first steps' at leadership through a narrated slide based virtual classroom aimed at current and aspiring middle leaders and those building a team within a small company. Through the course, students can expect to gain a deeper awareness and understanding of the following areas:

  • What excellent leadership looks like
  • What guiding principles should be followed when starting to lead (or when taking a fresh look at your leadership)
  • How we move from 'the led' to 'the lead.
There is also some recommended reading at the end of the course to allow students to take further that which they have gained form the course.The course has been specifically designed to facilitate reflection in the form of tasks in response to the content and your own experience. These task take between 5 and 30 minutes. Whilst they are optional, it is strongly advised that you complete them to allow a deeper appreciation for leadership principles and practice.DurationThe course videos take less than a hour due to the concise delivery and specific selection of content. Futon to this there is approx another 1 hour of time build in for reflections through the tasks.StructureThere are three chapters that conclude with giving direct support to you in 'Starting to Lead'.

By taking this Level 1 course, students will come to more informed perspectives on leadership and have a short action plan that can be implement on the way to or within a current middle leadership position

What are the requirements?

  • Students will need something to write or type on to complete the reflective tasks

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Explore the principles and practice that underpin effective leadership that will enhance the skills those within or aspiring to a middle leadership position
  • Facilitate time to consider your current practice and reflect on how you are being led at the moment
  • Structures time for you to plan what your next actions will be in your pursuit of building capacity and bring about greater alignment as a middle leader

What is the target audience?

  • Current team or project leaders
  • Those starting to build small teams
  • Those wanting to consider the kinds of skills required to lead effectively
  • Those who are willing to be considered and reflective through out the course to allow a deeper level of learning that will foster higher quality outcomes for the student
  • Those currently in a middle leadership position within their organisation

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Your Leadership Evolution Starts Here
12:27

1.1 Great Leaders?

1.2 In the Service of Others

1.3a In the service of others (add 10 minutes to video time to complete task)

1.3b In the Service of others Summary

1.4 What's Next

By the end of this Chapter, Students will have hopefully started to build an understanding the importance of why leadership is for others rather than for personal gain. Students will also have had the opportunity to explore experiences of when they have been led in the past. This will aim to inform how they will led in the future.

14:45

2.0 Heads up Leadership

2.1 Heads up Leadership Explored

2.2.0 People and Processes

2.2.1 People and Processes Triangle

2.2.2 People and Processes Grid

2.2.3 People and Processes Support Spectrum

2.2.4 People and Processes Working Together

2.2.5 People and Processes Task (Add 10 minutes to Video time)

2.3 Personal Qualities

2.4 Extra Ordinary Leadership

2.5 Chapter Summary

Through Chapter 2, Students will gain a deeper understanding the journey that they will take as a leader as they move from unprompted to promoted post. Leadership principles are more broadly explored time is given to facilitate reflection.

14:32

3.0 Starting to Lead

3.1 Political Awareness

3.1a Political Awareness Task (Add 10 minutes to video time)

3.2 Setting a Clear Vision

3.2a Setting a Clear Vision Task (Add 10 minutes to video time)

3.3 Safe Climate

3.3a Safe Climate Task (Add 10 minutes to Video time)

3.4 Share Ownership

3.4a Share Ownership Task (Add 10 minutes to video time)

3.5 Making Time

3.5a Making Time Task (Add 10 minutes to video time)

3.6 The Summary

3.7 Supported Reading



09:36

This chapter concluded 'Starting to Lead and provides some recommended reading to further support students knowledge and understanding of leadership principles.

3.4 Share Ownership

3.4a Share Ownership Task (Add 10 minutes to video time)

3.5 Making Time

3.5a Making Time Task (Add 10 minutes to video time)

3.6 The Summary (Add up to 30 minutes to complete this end of course reflection and creation of action plan)

3.7 Supported Reading

03:25

This short video clip shares some basic ideas surrounding sharing a vision that supports the messages initiated in the previous chapters.

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Instructor Biography

Nick Burge, Current leader, working to develop and inspiring others

On concluding my four year Honours degree at The University of Edinburgh I have taught in a number of secondary schools across the central belt of Scotland. I have been a teacher for over 10 years and have held a formal leadership position for over six years . During this time I have taken great pleasure in seeing those that I have led move on to pastures new and succeed in their own leadership positions. Through this time I have led at middle and senior leadership positions and have taken forward a number of whole school strategic changes that have effected the lives and families of over 700 young people and the local community.

Whilst my role has had direct impact with colleagues within my own school I have enjoyed working alongside business partners including British Airways, the Royal Air Force, British Army, Scottish Fire Service, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award and White Ribbon Campaign.

Over the past two years I have been teaching leadership amongst other areas of the curriculum and have found that colleagues as much as pupils are interested in the concepts I explore.

Having worked as everything from a ski instructor to a security guard and a children's party provider to an international sports team manager, I bring to my courses a concise a brief look into what I feel are the 'essentials' when leading for the first time or when wanting to stand back and review where you are with your leadership evolution.

Whilst I aim to continue with my formal role in education I have recently started to role out media based virtual mentoring through 'Your Leadership Evolution'. This venture aims to inspire, support and motivate clients and students to realise their full potential and invest in themselves through either free access tools or paid courses and resources.

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