Leadership Skills for Non-Supervisors

Course ID
NIHTC1017
Description

This course will explore the mystery of why we follow some people and ignore others. Through discussions and activities, you will be able to identify the essential behaviors of a leader, learn how to think like a leader, and gain valuable knowledge in how to build your own following as an individual contributor. It’s important to demonstrate leadership behaviors even when you don’t manage a team. Explore challenges of leading without formal authority with your peers across NIH and explore how to best leverage relationships and hold others accountable.

Key Topics
  • Becoming a "Go To" person, rising above the ordinary, creating positive change, building rapport, meeting needs others ignore and demonstrating integrity.
  • Identifying essential behaviors of a successful leader, maintaining a positive and resilient attitude and building a personal growth program to support the demands of leadership.
  • Creating positive change, maintaining an optimistic and resilient attitude, and investing in the development of others.

Audience

This course is available to all non-supervisors.

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