Leadership Development Skills
You need to give your managers the foundation to better manage people and:
- Provide foundational skills to first-time and front-line managers
- Train all managers to lead teams and manage performance
- Reduce the cost of learning and extend leadership development to more audiences
- Provide ongoing performance support activities to ensure behavior change in the workplace
Skillsoft helps organizations of all sizes expand the scope and impact of management and leadership development training. Our flexible, technology-enabled elearning solutions can be used in a variety of formal and informal ways to reinforce existing leadership training programs, increase their impact, and give first-time and frontline managers the skills they need to succeed. A leadership course can make a huge difference in your managers' ability and confidence.
Products and Resources
The Welch Way presented by Skillsoft
As one of the most successful business leaders of all time, Jack Welch knows what it takes to motivate people, get results, and make organizations win. With the Welch Way Management Training Program, we give your team everything they need to do the same, and do it now.
Skillsoft Leadership Channel
Praising people is important, but how you praise matters more. Shawn Achor suggests that instead of praising outcomes like report cards and work products, praise the process. This shows that behavior matters. Praise the process that leads to the desired outcomes.
Skillsoft Leadership Advantage
Every learning track provides choices for accessing the right amount of learning, in the right mode, for that moment in time. Multiple modes of instruction, including text, video, and interactive activities, keep the learning quick, easy, and engaging.
Using Emotional Intelligence on the Job
Learn how you can leverage emotions in a way that maximizes performance, and discover how you can shape your own and others' emotions in positive and mutually satisfying ways. The course will focus on using of empathy and helping others to develop their own emotional self-awareness, leading to more positive exchanges on the job.