Effective leaders learn by example. If you want your supervisors and managers to perform at the highest levels, it’s worthwhile to invest in their education. From soft skills such as Building Resilience Through Leadership Communication and Inspiring Confidence to hard skills such as conducting performance reviews, BEVA Learning Institute has an evolving program for leadership development training in Ontario.
Let us help you tailor a corporate training program for your new staff members in supervisory and managerial roles or for the entire leadership team.
What is Leadership Development Training?
Leadership training helps employees tasked with supervising and managing teams to learn the value of soft skills as well as technical skills needed to run a department, division, or an entire company. For organizations looking to revamp their leadership training programs, BEVA offers courses that cover everything from building good working relationships to coaching underperforming employees. We also stress the importance of appreciating employees end acknowledging superior performers and recommend proven ways to do this.
What Should Be Included in Leadership Training?
You can include both advanced topics and introductory courses that help you build your bench strength. Remember that your leadership team should include current supervisors and managers as well as top employees being groomed for future leadership positions.
Many companies consider their leadership development training the beating heart of their succession process. Current and future leaders can develop their potential by:
- Learning how to set realistic goals
- Improving soft skills
- Prioritizing deliverables
- Delegating tasks effectively and fairly
- Providing timely, relevant feedback (positive and negative)
What Are the Best Leadership Training Courses?
BEVA Learning Institute continuously develops new courses and revamps old ones to keep pace with fast-changing trends in technology and leadership insights. Here is a small sample of courses available in this track:
- Adapting to Change – Change Management
- Creating a Culture of Collaboration
- Inspire Confidence: The True Power of Influence
- Coaching in the Workplace
- Leader’s DNA: Transforming Teams
- Leadership for the 21st Century
- Responding to Employees Who Underperform
- Strategic Thinking and Planning
- Management / Supervisory Training
How to Structure Leadership Development Training
First, it’s important to define the leadership needs of your organization. If you have current leadership gaps, identify the type of person who would fit into that role. Can you develop leaders from within your organization?
Brainstorm possible areas of improvement for your organization. Use this baseline to choose the best leadership development training courses for your supervisors, managers, and employees with leadership potential.
BEVA Learning Institute provides instructor-led or computer-based leadership development training in Ontario. Browse through our course list to choose the classes your supervisors and other leaders need the most. Then, contact us to start building your bench strength today.
About the Author
As a Master Degree in Science in Project Management from the University of Québec , Richard is a dynamic bilingual professional with more than 25 years of progressively senior leadership experience in various industry sectors such as retail, construction, non-profit organizations, research and development, information technology and government. Richard holds various designation such as Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified International Project Manager (CIPM), Certified Master Project Manager (MPM) and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL). Richard is also known as a reputable and knowledgeable instructor in project management in both English and in French in class and virtual.