This 2 day Leadership experience will increase your awareness of your leadership style and ability. You will explore your strengths as a leader and the attributes that will impact your team’s success.
Managing Yourself and Leading Others helps managers develop skills essential to successfully bringing the best out of each and every team member.
A two-day program that provides you with the essential skills needed for you to excel as a leader.
This program develops your leadership skills by using followership as a method to determine your leadership abilities. You will learn to:
- Identify and apply the skills of other effective leaders
- Work with negative emotions
- Deal with value challenges
- …and still gain followers
April 30 - May 1, 2015
December 10 + 11, 2015
Fee: $1,399.00 per person. 10% discount to UNH alumni.
Early Bird: $1,260
USNH Alum: $1,134 by early bird
Fees are inclusive of: All pre-work and program materials; meals during the program (breakfasts, lunches, morning and afternoon breaks); and 1.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Registration and Cancelation Policies:
No penalty and full refunds for cancelations up to 30 days. UNH reserves the right to cancel this program up to 14 days in advance.
For detailed information, please see our cancelation policy.
A sample schedule for the 2 day Managing Yourself and Leading Others program follows. Please note, this schedule is subject to change and a more detailed agenda will be presented to enrolled participants.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator© (MBTI) to enhance
Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode© Instrument (TKI) assessment which looks at conflict styles.
Welcome, Introductions and Program Overview
Managing Yourself and Leading Others
The Focus of a Leader's Service
Leadership Responsibilities and Leadership Styles
Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing
Key Leadership Roles
Principals, Tools and Techniques for Motivating and Influencing Other
EI Leadership Competencies
Communication: The Lifeblood of Effective Leadership
How People Lead and Influence Others
Factors Affecting Motivation
Leading Through Conflict
Conflict Management Concepts
An 8-step Conflict Resolution Process
- Gain a greater understanding of your strengths and style(s) as a leader and create a personal development plan for becoming your best.
- Understand your leadership responsibilities.
- Take away tools to maximize your team's performance.
- Strengthen your communications with customers, both internal and external.
- Improve your ability to manage performance.
- Perform self-assessments that help you see what kind of leader you are today.
- Acquire the resources you need to motivate others.
- Develop key skills for more effective performance evaluations, communication, conflict resolution, and change management.
- Examine and practice what it takes to conduct more effective meetings.
Front line managers such as supervisors, directors, line managers or office managers in any profession: nonprofit, government, manufacturing, administration, sales, who are directly responsible for the production of goods and services and supervision of staff
Individual contributors who are promoted into a managerial role because of excellence in a functional role such as engineering, accounting, nursing, teaching, banking, etc.
The experienced manager in a new situation, with a new team, or managing a new challenge
Newly promoted managers in the first year or two in management
The upper manager who is now managing managers and needs to coach others in the art of managing themselves and leading others
Individual contributors with an interest in management who wish to make themselves more promotable
Seasoned managers looking for a refresher course, new perspective, or inspiration
What Program Participants Say:
"Great session. Great team engagement. Had a lot of fun."
"Bill did a great job of taking us through everything."
"Bill had us understand our MBT Evaluation and how we work in a team, realizing what our contributions were to the team."
"The MBTI helped me understand my strengths and know what I can bring to a team."
"It was very informative. Bill was very thorough. Fun."
"I learned a lot about my group of coworkers and how they work with each other."
"Very informative, interactive, entertaining."
Dr. William (Bill) Hassey
Bill Hassey teaches at the University of New Hampshire in the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. His focus is Leadership and Organizational Behavior in both the undergraduate and Executive MBA programs.
Dr. Hassey is President and Founder of Bill Hassey and Associates, a consulting firm with a 25 year history of working with leaders in change and organizational effectiveness.
Bill has been instrumental in introducing processes that have enhanced and enabled front-line workers’, increased their sense of responsibility for their assignments and dramatically improved productivity. He has worked with a variety of organizations and industries in both the private and non-profit sectors, with “start-up” and well-established businesses and organizations.
In addition to his current experiences:
Vice President of The Altwell Consulting Group
Founder and President of Performance Impact, Inc.
Director of Organizational Development and Education for Computervision Corp.
Founder of GetPlastic.com
Dr. Hassey is a frequent lecturer for professional organizations and conferences on change management, effective use of training and the methods and techniques of designing an effective training department, leadership development and organizational development, as well as the use of learning and training to fulfill strategic objectives.
Dr. Hassey’s Teaching Methodologies:
Highly experiential with a strong dose of self-assessment and action planning. The sessions are highly interactive with opportunities to establish individual goals and objectives as follow-up and application to each particular situation back in their own organization.
Participants will be expected to complete a series of self-assessments before attending the session. In addition, articles and assignments will be completed between the first and second day.
The University of New Hampshire introduces a two day manager development program
Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics’ executive development program, Managing Yourself and Leading Others invites participants to create a personal development plan for becoming a more effective and productive manager. Designed with both the new and the seasoned manager in mind, the course introduces tools to maximize team performance.
The face to face course offers insights on how to become a more effective leader in today’s business environment. The focus is on tactics that can be applied immediately upon returning to work. For example, participants learn ways to strengthen communication with internal and external customers. They also look at the ways to manage conflict, what it takes to motivate and influence others, how to acquire resources and much more.
William Hassey, Ed.D. is the program’s instructor. He teaches leadership and organizational behavior at Paul College for both the undergraduate and Executive MBA programs. He is also president and founder of Bill Hassey and Associates, a consulting firm with a 25 year history of working with leaders in change and organizational effectiveness.
“Managers have tremendous responsibility in the leaner, faster, more talented and more diverse workplace of today” said Professor Hassey. “Old management tactics don’t seem to work very well anymore. A few changes in approach can make a big difference to a manager who is leading. It’s amazing to witness how a shift in perspective can encourage someone to lead in a whole new way.”
Managing Yourself and Leading Others helps managers succeed by redefining management and leadership and giving participants the opportunity to discover more about themselves and their roles as leaders.
“Leadership begins with knowing oneself…strengths, weaknesses and areas for development…knowing oneself frees a leader to be able to pay more attention to those who choose to follow,” said Hassey.
In just two days, the course provides participants with an understanding of how leaders serve their employees and their company and suggests specific tactics managers can use to respond to their responsibilities in new ways.
The course begins with self-assessment, first the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and then the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI). The assessments are then used as a base for creating an individual development plan during the program.
Managing Yourself and Leading Others is offered in Durham, New Hampshire and runs April 30 to May 1 through the custom and open enrollment arm of Paul College, Executive Development Programs. The two and three day open enrollment programs are suited for for learners interested in specific business school education in a short time frame. More information is available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-862-5203. More information is also available at ExecEd.UNH.edu.
The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics offers a full complement of high-quality programs in business, economics, accounting, finance, information systems management, entrepreneurship, marketing, and hospitality management at UNH. Programs are offered at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive development levels. The college is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the premier accrediting agency for business schools worldwide. For more information, visit paulcollege.unh.edu.
The University of New Hampshire, founded in 1866, is a world-class public research university with the feel of a New England liberal arts college. A land, sea, and space-grant university, UNH is the state's flagship public institution, enrolling 12,565 undergraduate and 2,196 graduate students.
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