Situational leadership

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Master your skills step-by-step, habit-by-habit
3 sub-skills + 3 conversations + 3 daily habits
20 min. per week
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Situational leadership is a great way to be a good leader. It means that you adapt your leadership style based on the needs of the person you're leading.

But what if you have a large team, or just have many different needs and expectations in your small team? How can you make situational leadership more feasible, and foster the maturity necessary in your team, so that members become more fluent in expressing what they need from you?
You can start by thinking about how much time you spend with each employee. If there's very little interaction between you, it's easy for them to feel like their needs aren't being met. But if there are lots of interactions, it's much easier for them to communicate their needs because they know they'll get responses from you. That kind of active communication helps everyone grow as a leader!

Build new skills the smart way

Learn the basics, have insightful conversations, and use evidence-based daily habits to reinforce the fundamental sub-skills necessary for mastery:

Detect leadership needs
Use the Situational Leadership framework to get a better understanding of your leadership/follower-ship needs.
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Adapt your leadership/follower-ship style
Use this simple exercise to inspire an insightful conversation about the leadership style that best suits the situation at hand.
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Design an all-round leadership practice
Apply the 4 Situational Leadership approaches to your team activities, ensuring that people get the leadership that they need from you.
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Each program follows a simple and effective evidence-based approach to skills mastery:

Assess yourself

Reflect on where you currently stand and discover the practical components necessary for mastery of this skill. 

Learn sub-skills

The skill is broken down into 3 essential sub-skills, each of which is the focus of one learning workout. You'll do 1 workout every 2 weeks over the next 6 weeks. 

Talk about it

Have an insightful conversation with your colleagues about how to implement each sub-skill in your day-to-day.

Build micro-habits

Along with each workout, design your own micro-habit to start putting your learning into practice on a daily basis.

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