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دورة قيادة فريق العمل ILM Level 2 Award

35 ساعة تدريبية

 

 

 

جدول دورات ILM Team Leading جدول جميع دورات القيادة
دبي 30/Apr/2017 10:00 ص - 6:00 م الأحد إلى الخميس Enquire Now
دبي 09/Jul/2017 10:00 ص - 6:00 م الأحد إلى الخميس Enquire Now

 

ميزات المعهد - دورات ادارية :

• معهد معتمد من ILM

• مناهج معتمد من ILM

• محاضرين معتمدين من ILM

• شهادة ILM العالمية: الامتحان برسوم إضافية

• معهد معتمد من وزارة التربية والتعليم

• محاضرين معتمدين

• شهادة الإنجاز (للتصديق من وزارة التربية يتم فرض رسوم) للشهادة الأساسية فقط

 

ضمانات الجودة :

(conditions apply)

• ضمان التقييم المجاني

• ضمان إعادة الدورة مجاناً

• ضمان استثمار الموارد البشرية

• التخصيص والملائمة مع الشركة

• ضمان ترقية الإصدار

 

Overview

The ILM Level 2 Award in Team Leading is a concise qualification designed to give learners a basic knowledge of the various roles, functions and responsibilities of a team leader and the limits of their authority and accountability. The mandatory unit in ‘Developing yourself as a team leader’ is a good starting point for team/cell leaders who are new to their roles or for aspiring leaders who wish to gain a solid understanding of the principles and practicalities of team leading.
 

Qualification

To earn the ILM Level 2 Award in Leadership & Team Skills, candidates must pass practical assessments (one mandatory) with a total of 3 credits.

 

In addition, each unit also counts as credit towards the Full Qualification of the Level 2 Certificate in Leadership & Team Skills.

 

Target Audience

Practicing or aspiring supervisors who wish to develop team leading skills.

 

Prerequisites
There are no formal entry requirements, but participants will normally be either practicing or aspiring team leaders or supervisors with the opportunity to meet the assessment demands, and have a background that will enable them to benefit from the program.

 

International Curriculum
Official ILM Curriculum, Institute of Leadership & Management

 

About ILM

The Institute of Leadership and Management is Europe's leading awarding body for leadership and management qualifications. More people in the UK gain leadership and management qualifications with ILM than from all other awarding bodies in the UK combined.

ILM qualifications bring about practical benefits because they focus on improvement – improvement of leaders and managers in their roles, improvement in the teams they lead and in the products and services they provide, and improvements in organizations and the way they operate.
 

*Please note: ILM Vocationally Related Qualifications (VRQs) are part of the Qualifications and Credit Framework applicable in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, providing successful candidates with transferable qualification credit.

 

Track Contents: (Minimum 3 Credits)

 

ILM L2 LEADING YOUR WORK TEAM
ILM # 8000-268
7 HRS, 2 Credits

SECTION 1 UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP
1. Leadership v management
2. Leadership
3. Leadership Style
SECTION 2 APPRECIATING THE NATURE AND ROLES OF TEAMS
1. Team structures
2. Understanding the team
3. Action-Centred Leadership
SECTION 3 CONTRIBUTING TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF SELF-MANAGED TEAMS
1. Self-managed teams
2. Benefits of self-managed teams
3. Some further aspects of self-managed teams

ILM L2 USING INFORMATION TO SOLVE PROBLEMS
ILM # 8000-258
7 HRS, 1 Credit

SECTION 1 RECOGNISING THE CONTEXT OF DECISION MAKING
1. Problem solving
2. Decision making
3. Types of problems and decisions
4. Decision making conditions
5. Decision making styles
6. Poor decision makers
 

SECTION 2 EFFECTIVE DECISION MAKING
1. A systematic approach to decision making
2. Decision making checklist
3. Dealing with problems
4. Recognising a problem
5. Analyzing problem
6. Cause and effect diagrams
7. Brainstorming
8. Using checklists
9. Involving people
10. Deciding what to do
11. Adopting a systematic approach
12. Crises

ILM L2 DEVELOPING YOURSELF AS A TEAM LEADER
ILM # 8000-250
4 HRS, 1 Credit

SECTION 1 UNDERSTANDING THE NEED FOR A TEAM LEADER
1. The role of the team leader
2. Where the team leader ‘fits’ in
3. Being the team leader
4. Action centred leadership
 

SECTION 2 UNDERSTANDING AUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY
1. Sources of authority
2. Job description
3. Objectives
4. Organisational norms and culture
5. Organisational policies
6. Legal requirements
7. Accountability
8. Authority and accountability in practice
 

SECTION 3 DEVELOPING YOURSELF AS A TEAM LEADER
1. Developing yourself
2. Identifying the skills you need to develop
3. What is an effective leader?
4. Reflective learning
5. Planning for the future
6. Your own career aspirations
7. Constructive feedback
8. Personal action plan

ILM L2 IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK TEAM
ILM # 8000-251
10 HRS, 1 Credit


SECTION 1 ORGANISATIONAL AND TEAM REQUIREMENTS
1. Organisational requirements
2. Team requirements
3. Company policy

SECTION 2 UNDER-PERFORMANCE
1. Interpersonal behavior
2. Defining Under-Performance
3. Causes of under-performance
4. Dealing with problems
5. Actions to be taken – using coaching skills
6. Actions to be taken – maintaining discipline
7. Actions to be taken – the counseling interview
8. Actions to be taken – conducting a disciplinary interview
 

SECTION 3 MOTIVATION
1. What is motivation?
2. The Traditional theories
3. Herzberg
4. Douglas McGregor
5. Other Frameworks for understanding motivation
6. Rewards and positive feedback
7. Suggestions for motivating employees
8. The problems of motivation theory
 

ILM L2 PLANNING AND MONITORING WORK
ILM # 8000- 252
7 HRS, 2 Credits

SECTION 1 SETTING CLEAR TASKS
1. Setting objectives
2. Planning and organising the team’s work
3. Allocating work
4. Briefing
 

SECTION 2 MONITORING TASK PERFORMANCE
1. Monitoring the team’s work
2. Keeping records and making reports
3. Other tools for keeping control
4. Monitoring performance
 

SECTION 3 KEEPING WORK ON TRACK
1. Taking corrective action
2. The importance of feedback
3. Constructive feedback