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Leadership & HR Development in Crisis Situations

June 18 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

₱690 – ₱2490

Program overview

Leadership and management in business has been challenged during the corona crisis. It is, therefore, more important than ever to strengthen leadership competencies. Through a set of strong leadership capabilities, business leaders can lead the employees during times of crises and beyond.

The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP), in partnership with Confederation of Danish Industry (DI), has developed a series of online sessions that aim to equip participants with stronger skills within leadership and the cooperation between the human resource (HR) professionals and managers of the enterprise. This program is designed to support leaders and HR professionals to learn and practice the skills necessary to succeed and reach goals in cooperation with the employees.

In this program, the participants will learn how best to match the leadership needs and demands of the employees in the organization in terms of relevant leadership and clear goals and decision making. The sessions will be building on the assumption that one succeeds better if he/she is able to have the relevant conversations and provide the leadership needed in different situations.

 

Program objectives

At the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Match leadership style with the development level of the employees in relation to a specific task
  • Exercise effective decision making – knowing when to include employees in decision making
  • Have a fruitful cooperation between HR and management – knowing how HR can contribute to stronger leadership in the organization.

 

Methodology

This online program combines lectures and individual/group work.

 

THE THREE EPISODES

  • Ep.1 – SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP
    – Help your employees succeed
    18 JUNE 2020 (THURSDAY) | 2:30pm – 4:30pm
    Click here to register: http://tiny.cc/SitLeadership

Situational Leadership is all about matching leadership style with the development level of the employees in relation to a specific task. In times of crisis, it becomes even more important to have a clear dialogue with the employees as well as choose a relevant leadership style. Situational Leadership provides the leader with a framework to work within when setting and adjusting expectations to employees’ performance, and at the same time matching it with the appropriate leadership style.

Session Guide

Session Guide:

“Situational Leadership – Help Your Employees Succeed”

Description:

Situational Leadership is a framework for leaders who want to match their leadership behavior and styles with the performance needs of the individual employee, that the leaders are attempting to influence and help perform. Situational Leadership is a practical on-the-job tool and is easy to apply immediately.

Situational Leadership is based on the relationship between the leaders and the employees and provides a framework to analyze each situation based on the performance readiness level of the employee in regards of performing a specific task. Based on the leader’s ‘diagnosis’ the appropriate leadership style is chosen and communicated to the employee.

Situational Leadership:

  • Creates a common language of performance
  • Allows the leader to effectively match the employees’ needs of leadership when performing a specific task
  • Helps accelerate the pace and quality of employee development applied to a specific task
  • Helps leaders develop several leadership styles and apply the appropriate style when needed

Situational Leadership is an action-oriented framework that increases the quality of performance-related conversations in organizations, and prepares the leaders to effectively deal with the opportunities or challenges related to employee performance.

This 2-hour virtual session on Situational Leadership introduces the participants to the framework of Situational Leadership, and provides the leaders with a tool that helps them navigate and balance the demands of a diverse workforce with different needs and demands. The participants get prepared to meet the moment-to-moment challenges in today’s work environment and get enhanced flexibility in terms of matching the appropriate leadership style with the needs of the employees, depending on the specific task on which the employee must perform.

Date / Time:  18 JUNE 2020 (THURSDAY) | 2:30pm – 4:30pm

Format: Virtual teaching including breakout sessions

1.

5 minutes

Introduction to Situational Leadership 

2.

5 minutes

It’s all about reaching the relevant goals together with your employees

    •  Linking goals to important actions on a daily basis. The company vision/mission – the strategy – the goals – the daily actions.
    • How do you lead your employees so that they are more likely to fulfill the expectations and reach the relevant goals through their daily actions.

 

3.

5 minutes

Reaching goal together with your employees

  • Leadership is not something you ‘do to’ other people, it’s something you ‘together’ with your employees

 

4.

45 minutes

Creating a leadership match

‘Diagnosis’ – the first capability of the leader practicing situational leadership

It’s all about creating a match between the employees needs of leadership and your own leadership style. IIn order to find the right match, first you have to define the development level of the employee. That is called ‘to diagnose’ and is the first capability of the leader performing situational leadership

Defining competence and engagement

 The development level must be defined for each of the employee’s tasks, therefore an employee can be on all four development levels depending on which task you are talking about.

Breakout session – 4 groups – each group gets the same task and 15 minutes to solve it:

Exercise:

Describe the characteristics of the following types of employees. Not in terms of what kind of leadership they need – we will get back to that later – but in terms of ‘how do you recognize’ them?

    • The Enthusiastic Beginner
    • The Disillusioned Learner
    • The Capable but Cautious Performer
    • The Self-Reliant Achiever

Each group tells about one of the types of employees.

Important questions to be posed when making the ‘diagnose’.

Breakout session – 4 groups – other groups than before if possible

Exercise:

For each of the four development levels of the employees:

    • The Enthusiastic Beginner
    • The Disillusioned Learner
    • The Capable but Cautious Performer
    • The Self-Reliant Achiever
    • What are their needs in terms of leadership?
    • What do you have to do to match their needs?

Each group tells about their reflections.

5.

30 minutes

Flexibility – the second capability of the leader practicing situational leadership

Create a match between the employees need for leadership and the leadership style you exercise.

Working with 4 different leadership styles which are all defined in terms of how supportive/directive the leader is supposed to be.

Defining supportive Leadership and directive leadership

Going through the SL-model!

Breakout session – 4 groups – other groups than before if possible

Exercise:

  • Find examples of both directive and supportive leadership behavior

6.

15 minutes

What will you do now?

Exercise: Individually!

    • Draw a table as the one that are shown on the slide and write the name of one of your employees in top of it.
    •  Write 3-4 of the most important tasks of the employee and reflect on which leadership style would be the best match to each of the tasks.

Exercise:

Breakout sessions – 2:2

    • What does today’s session on situational leadership make you want to do different in your leadership practice?

7.

10 minutes

Questions?
8.

5 minutes

Summation!

 

  • Ep.2 – EFFECTIVE DECISION MAKING
    – When and how to include employees in decision making
    24 JUNE 2020 (WEDNESDAY) | 3:30pm – 5:00pm
    Click here to register: http://tiny.cc/EffDecision

It is always important to know when and how to include employees in decision making. In times of crisis, leaders might have to act differently from what is usually expected. This session gives an insight into when and how to involve employees in decision making and points out under what circumstances not to involve the employees. The participant will also get inspiration from different kinds of dialogues that might be relevant to have with the employees depending on the level of involvement.

Session Guide

Session Guide:

“Effective Decision-Making – When and How to Include Employees in Decision-Making”

Description:

It is always important to know when and how to include employees in decision-making. In times of crisis, leaders might have to act differently from what is usually expected. This session gives an insight into when and how to involve employees in decision-making and points out under which circumstances, you – as a leader – might prefer not to involve the employees.

The participants will also get inspiration to different kinds of dialogues, that might be relevant to have with the employees depending on the level of involvement.

 

“Effective Decision-Making”:

    • Will introduce the participants to a classical model on decision-making
    • Give an insight into how we usually make up our minds
    • Create a stronger awareness about the level of employee involvement
    • Provide the participants with a framework on employee involvement
    • Introduce different kinds of conversations depending on the level of employee involvement

 

This 1½-hour virtual session on Effective Decision-Making aims to provide the participants with an action-oriented framework that increases their ability to navigate in and balance the level of employee involvement in decision-making processes. Both in times of crisis, before and after.

The related suggestions to different kinds of dialogues helps ensure the relevance of leaders’ communication with the individual employee and with the group. 

 

  • Ep.3 – HR AS A MANAGEMENT PARTNER
    – How HR can contribute to stronger leadership
    2 JULY 2020 (THURSDAY) | 2:30pm – 4:00pm
    Click here to register: http://tiny.cc/Managementpartner

Based on four different HR roles and four different phases of a crisis, and the relevant HR responses, we focus on how HR can contribute to stronger management both during a crisis and after. Through an understanding of the different roles of HR and the actions which is connected to the roles, the conversations and interaction that are necessary between HR and management will be presented. The goal is to establish and strengthen a fruitful cooperation between HR and management, knowing how HR can contribute to stronger leadership in the organization.

Session Guide

Session Guide:

“HR AS A MANAGEMENT PARTNER – How HR can contribute to stronger leadership”

 Human resource professionals addressing the key deliveries related to talent management, leadership and organization can help management succeed during and after a crisis.

In this session, the participants will get an insight into a range of actions that can be taken to help HR professionals and managers identify how to respond to the present crisis and prepare for the future.

Description:

We take our point of departure in four different roles by HR professionals and four different phases of a crisis and dive into how HR can contribute to stronger management during times of crisis.

The participants will be presented to which conversations and interactions that will be necessary to take between the HR and the company management. In connection with this, the participants will understand the different roles of HR. The goal is to establish/strengthen a fruitful cooperation between HR and management. Knowing how HR can contribute to stronger leadership in the organization.

HR as a Management Partner:

    • Introduces a framework to identify four different roles of HR
    • Focus on the phases of a crisis and the implications for talent management, leadership and organization
    • Provides the participants with an insight into different kinds of actions that can be taken in cooperation with management

This 1½-hour virtual session on HR as a Management Partner introduces the participants to the framework of HR roles in building a competitive organization and provides leaders and HR professionals with a concept that helps them navigate and balance the different roles both during and after a crisis.

 

 

Subject Matter Expert:

DANIELLE BJERRE LYNDGAARD
Senior Consultant
Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)

Danielle Bjerre Lyndgaard holds a Master of Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (MSc(Econ.)) from Copenhagen Business School and a Master of Management Development (MMD) also from Copenhagen Business School. She is currently Senior Advisor at the Confederation of Danish Industry, Department of Leadership & Business Development, where she among a range of other initiatives related to (global) leadership development is responsible for the following leadership development programs:

  • Strategic Leadership Education (targeting experienced managers in VP positions and the like)
  • Leadership Training Programme (targeting foreign managers working in Danish Companies in Denmark and globally)

Danielle is a (co)author of several books on leadership and HR, and has been part of several research projects focusing on the complexity of both global leadership and paradox management, as her research interests focus on global leadership development and the paradoxes and complexity in (global) collaboration.

 

NOW OFFERED AT SPECIAL RATES!!​

Registration Fee:

ECOP Members – Php 1,490.00 (whole series, 3 episodes)
(pay Php 690.00 to register for 1 episode)

Non-members – Php 2,490.00 (whole series, 3 episodes)
(pay Php 890.00 to register for 1 episode)

*Participant’s slot is confirmed only upon receipt of registration fee.

 

You may get in touch with the following contact persons for inquiries:

Mr.  Gerry Obibe – ecoptnd@gmail.com
Ms.  Zeni Bonghanoy –  zen.bonghanoy@gmail.com | 09772020969
Ms. Mina Cacapit – minacacapit.ecop@gmail.com |  09277116177

 

 

Episode 1: Situational Leadership – Help your employees succeed

Ep.1: SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP – Help Your Employees Succeed

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Details

Date:
June 18
Time:
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost:
₱690 – ₱2490
Event Categories:
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Venue

ECOP e-Campus
ZOOM Appilcation

Organizer

ECOP Training
Phone:
7-500-9851
Email:
ecoptnd@gmail.com
Website:
ecop.org.ph

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