The Team Leadership Course (6N1948) is a QQI Level 6 minor award programme which helps learners define what it means to be a great leader within an organisation. It focuses on developing the skills and competence to work in an effective leadership role and as a member of a team, within a chosen vocation. Having completed this course, learners will be able to:
- Research the elements and stages of team development, to include different kinds of teams, a multi-team environment, the characteristics of an effective team and the need for different roles for individuals
- Evaluate the concepts of leadership and management, different leadership and management styles and the principal theories that underpin these, to include leadership in different contexts and environments such as mentoring, coaching, project management, the learning organisation and the debate over leadership versus management
- Participate in organisational planning and in teamwork planning, to include setting specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound (SMART) objectives, ongoing monitoring of progress, and evaluation
- Distinguish between organisational strategy, objectives and goals
Evaluate a range of current motivation theories and practical strategies to enhance motivation in teams
- Demonstrate team leadership, to include team building, supporting team members at different stages of team development, motivation strategies, interpersonal communications, time and meeting management and use of inter and intra-team reporting structures
- Negotiate a plan or project with team members, to include effective delegation of tasks and responsibilities
- Lead progress on a work plan, to include taking corrective action to ensure successful completion of the plan, ongoing monitoring of progress, and evaluation.
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