Today’s leaders need to share resources, manage ad hoc teams and work with colleagues in cross functional projects. Leading people who don’t necessarily report directly to you is increasingly common. Lateral leadership is the art of getting things done without line authority. In this training you’ll learn and practice the core skills you need to confidently manage in the new global workplace.
Discover how to lead people and teams who don’t directly report to you.
Recognizing and responding to the challenges of managing across functions
Developing your sources of power beyond direct line authority
Applying the guiding principles and elements of strategic influencing
Building and maintaining trusting relationships with the 5 C model
Building commitment and delivering results
Recognizing the challenges and opportunities of managing across functions
Identifying opportunities to build power with a new team
Exploring the constructive application of power for getting things done
Developing a real-world strategy to build trust with a cross-functional team
Building a common purpose
Using the factors of power, influencing, commitment and communication to assess team tendencies and culture
Appling the “Strategic Influencing” model to your reality
Addressing common problems in matrix teams
Accountability strategies for matrix teams
Negotiating work agreements and building commitment
Applying SCARF model to difficult conversations
Tips and tools for improving communication
Debriefing as a continuous process improvement tool
Core skills you need to confidently manage in the new global workplace.
Explore the constructive application of power for getting things done.
Includes English phrases that will help you state your message plain and clear
This eBook is a collection of easy to remember structures that you can use when you write emails. Use S.O.A.P for making recommendations, follow S.C.R.A.P when complaining and A.C.T to confirm agreements – for example.