Powerful Leadership & Management Skills

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Introduction to Powerful Leadership and Management Skills

This course will equip experienced as well as new managers with new skills and approaches to develop their leadership, management and team skills. This is a challenging and highly participative programme that is designed to give managers the opportunity to experience using proven, effective management techniques, team building skills and motivation boosting methods so that they can immediately benefit from these on completion of the course.

On successful completion of the course participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate effective leadership styles.
  • Understand how working through and with others is effective in producing excellent results.
  • Use a systematic approach to assess how team members work best with one another.
  • Demonstrate that individual and team empowerment produces excellent results.
  • Deal with tasks that have defined time schedules.
  • Demonstrate improved personal effectiveness through better leadership and teamwork.
  • Set goals and measure performance more effectively.
  • Solve conflict issues with confidence.
  • Use a range of effective motivational techniques.
  • Delegate tasks with confidence.
  • Integrate individual and team goals.

Please note:

This programme is in great demand. There is some reading and exercises to complete before attending. It is important for you to reserve your place early to ensure that you have the time to benefit from this important aspect of the course and secure your place.

Course Content


  • A framework for analysing team behaviour
  • Conflict within teams
  • Team styles
  • Motivating others
  • Setting Objectives
  • The leadership process
  • Effective Leadership & teamwork in action

Training Method

The program is designed to enhance learning through group and individual cases and exercises.

There are a number of opportunities to practice techniques and evaluate skill levels. In addition the course leaders specialist knowledge and guidance are available in all sessions.

The program will be supported with a complete set of workbooks, handouts and reference material.


The course will have a maximum of 18 people who will be selected based on the type of business they are in and their job role to ensure a thorough mix of industries, ideas and experience.

Who should attend?

Ideal for the more recently appointed managers and those who are seeking to further enhance their skills by clarifying their understanding, explore a range of leadership attributes and help them make the most of their own skills


Course Leader: John Hill

John is a seasoned and multi disciplined business professional, with a background in blue chip sales, marketing, business development, and international sales, which includes a number of start-ups.

He has delivered significant success in delivering growth, equipping, motivating and managing both internal and external sales functions. A key focus on underlying revenues and profitability have underpinned success in a number of different challenging markets globally.

A natural communicator, who can understand and articulate complex and technical concepts from the shop floor to the board room has enabled him to lead from the front and motivate employees, partners, distributors and stakeholders alike. He is widely travelled and has significant experience in achieving results internationally.

After many years spent at the cutting edge of business, and in recent years at CEO level, he has transitioned into a coaching and training role, with a view to helping to equip and facilitate goal achievement for clients.

He is now a practitioner in coaching, training, stress management and psychological resilience both for individuals and organisations. That extends to performance coaching, solution focused coaching, problem focused coaching, all using a cognitive psychological approach.

John is currently completing a Diploma in Coaching Psychology and is a member of the International Society of Coaching Psychology.