Online L3 Award in Leadership & Management

This 1-day course provides the fundamentals for line managers. They will understand their leadership style and how to flex the style to manage different scenarios. Equally, they will become confident in providing both positive and constructive feedback. For a manager, balancing personality differences, good communication and business goals can be a delicate dance. However, our one day course, accredited by the ILM, will ensure the essential of line management whilst minimising business disruption. 

You'll need to complete two modules. You also have the opportunity to convert your Award to a Certificate, gaining a higher qualification. Find out more here 



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Understanding Leadership
• Understand the roles and responsibilities of being a leader
• Leadership models, behaviours and sources of power  
• Discover your own personal leadership style and how to develop appropriate leadership behaviours 

Understanding Performance Management 
• Understand responsibilities for managing team and individual performance and meeting objectives
• How to ensure fair and objective assessment, conduct formal appraisals and the relevance of SMART objectives
• Setting and measuring performance standards why poor performance occurs



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Assessment for this course is by a set of short-answer questions to be written following the training.

To achieve the Award, delegates are required to attend this session.


Benefits to the Business Benefits to the Delegate
Line managers are performing the fundamentals of their job role  Build confidence in providing positive and constructive feedback 
Establish an ongoing development culture amongst the team Know how your leadership style affects the team 
Reduce business disruption with a short but in-depth course for your team Minimal disruption from getting on with the job
Employees can immediately implement knowledge from the day Skills and knowledge immediately implementable in the workplace