Leadership curriculum (english)

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Our standardized leadership curriculum, that we can adjust to your organizations values and leadership preferences.

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  • 1. Mastertitelformat bearbeitenLeadership Curriculum strengths based ethical internationalAuthor:Tobias Illig1 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum

2. Table of contents1. The need for a leadership curriculum why now, why this?2. Our training trias explained strengths based, ethical, international3. The link to your leadership values and the basic underlying design elements4. The modules of the curriculum in detail5. Social settings and locations6. About us trainer, the company, our beliefs and values7. Project management and timeline2 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 3. Table of contents1. The need for a leadership curriculum why now, why this?2. Our training trias explained strengths based, ethical, international3. The link to your leadership values and the basic underlying design elements4. The modules of the curriculum in detail5. Social settings and locations6. About us trainer, the company, our beliefs and values7. Project management and timeline3 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 4. 1. Leadership curriculum why now, why this?Why now?A global company plans to educate young leaders and/or future potential leaders in leadership topics.International standards are to be set and met as part of the global community. It is crucial that acommon standard of leadership emerge.Why this?The curriculum is based on relevant topics, young leaders and/or future potential leaders are nowfacing or will be facing in the near future. We will highlight some of these topics, but are fully aware thatthis is only a small representation, but they help highlight the issues. These examples are not to beseen as course change suggestions for your company. We hope these topics will create discussionabout the future with key players and stakeholder in the organization. Also we will have to adjustcontent according to your leadership values or mission statement, so that we can ensure that thesuggestions we make fit you. So that everything we do, fits directly to the organization`s vision.4 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 5. Table of contents1. The need for a leadership curriculum why now, why this?2. Our training trias explained strengths based, ethical, international3. The link to your leadership values and the basic underlying design elements4. The modules of the curriculum in detail5. Social settings and locations6. About us trainer, the company, our beliefs and values7. Project management and timeline5 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 6. Strengths based, ethical, internationalStrengths basedResearch has shown, that people who are functioning in the area of their strength are moreproductive, more satisfied, have more meaning, get less depressed, stay with the organizationlonger, and show more prosocial engagement behaviour. People invest the very best ofthemselves, when the social environment allows it, when their colleagues and supervisors fosterstrengths in the team and when the organizations culture supports strengths based development.EthicalWe live in a fast changing world. Humanistic, often postchristian values remain, but have to beredefined continuiously. What is good? What values do our organization want to represent? Howcan we be more productive and relevant? When leaders are trusted they can bring these valuesto life! That is one reason why ethical leadership is important for modern organizations.InternationalA global presence is a sign of a successful company. We value cross cultural awareness anddiversity.6 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 7. Example: Why strengths based? - Our strengths modellWhat I ambest atFor whatthe marketpaysWhat I ampassionateabout7 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership CurriculumOptimumMixtum of natureand nurtureVolition, intrinsicmotivation,meaningInvestment regardingimportance andimpact, amortisation,payable service 8. Table of contents1. The need for a leadership curriculum why now, why this, why we?2. Our training trias explained strengths based, ethical, international3. The link to your leadership values and the basic underlying design elements4. The modules of the curriculum in detail5. Social settings and locations6. About us trainer, the company, our beliefs and values7. Project management and timeline8 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 9. Your leadership values and our curricular designIn the companys global family caring is important to advancement. Being supportive, reliable anda good coworker or boss means something. Not surprisingly the company decided to orientate itsleadership style to a modern approach of leadership. Normally the pyramid is wide at the bottomand the manager sits on the top. Servant leadership turns the pyramid around. At the bottom isone supportive, servant minded leader, who coaches and carries others. That is the mainmindset expected by your organizations leaders. So the design of our curriculum highlightscontent that we find consistent to you leadership approach.It is important that your core values incorporate the curriculum, and encourage you to refer to itoften. Our focus is your leadership model. We will chose our content and values deliberatelyaccording to your preffered leadership-approach based on your values and mission statement.9 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 10. Table of contents1. The need for a leadership curriculum why now, why this, why we?2. Our training trias explained strengths based, ethical, international3. The link to your leadership values and the basic underlying design elements4. The modules of the curriculum in detail5. Social settings and locations6. About us trainer, the company, our beliefs and values7. Project management and timeline10 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 11. Overview over the modulesOur standard curriculum consist of 9 crucial topics:0. Feedback StrengthsFinder, VIA-Test, personality profile1. Inner stability and Character2. Self management and self steering3. Project- and time management4. Communication and conflict resolution5. Teambuilding6. Presentation and moderation skills7. Change management8. Process- and quality management11 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 12. 0. StrengthsFinder, VIA-Test, Personality-ProfileAt the beginning of the curriculum it is very useful to know each one`s strengths and talents. ThisIs a key aspect of this module, because we know, that we can`t change a person totally, so wehave to accept their nature and therefor identifiy their inate talents. Every participant gets his orher own feedback through the Clifton-StrengthsFinder from the Gallup Institute, the Values-in-Action-test from Martin Seligman PhD and one personality-test, that you choose. We may alsouse a test run in your organization and adjust everything to your specific needs.Then we evaluate the profiles with the candidates personally by talking to them on the phone orskype, etc. The participant will gain deep knowledge of themselves and can adjust the curriculumdirectly to the own strengths and talents. So the participants have a better idea of who they areand how they best function. And they know their coworkers are discovering more aboutthemselves as well.12 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 13. Example: The 34 talent motives of the Clifton-StrengthsFinder13 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 14. 1. Inner stability and character (2days)To give an overview we concentrated on the most important topics. Later on we will explain, howwe work with participants. Short introduction to the psychology of personality Knowing my own strengths and weaknesses (by nature) Knowing, where I come from and what nurtured me Analyzing my own lifespan with highlights and crisis. What have I learned? What made me? Interpretation und prejudice, when confronted with new people Knowing how to manage over-prejudice and my attitude to persons Knowing rules of giving and receiving feedback to others and from others Crisis as chances to grow Winning moments as hint to underlying strengths and talents How to adapt all insights to leadership: What is my view of perfect leadership? How does it fit to your leadership approach?14 | 2014 Tobias Illig | MADE WITH LOVE AND STRENGTHS IN GERMANY | www.strengths-based.consulting | Leadership Curriculum 15. 2. Selfmanagement and selfsteering (2days)To give an overview we concentrated on the most important topics. Later on we will explain, howwe work with participants. Knowing the foundations of stress theory and why it got so important in todays life to stayhealthy Vexationscale of Holmes/Masuda as feedback instrument Analyzing own exhausting situation and find the biggest negativ trigger Analyzing what`s going on in my own block box, cognitive interpretation and change of mind Typical reactions to stress: fight of flight and the emotional side Typical stressors in leading situations How to stay healthy in trying times: The PERMA concept of Martin Seligman (positiveemotions,