Introduction to Situational Leadership® II
Situational Leadership® II (SLII®) is the world’s most comprehensive and up-to-date, yet practical, method for effectively leading and developing people into peak performers. The Introduction to Situational Leadership® II program teaches an overview of SLII® theory in two or three hours. This program starts participants on the path to becoming Situational Leaders who can effectively deal with the many challenges they face.
The Introduction to SLII® focuses primarily on the first two skills of a Situational Leader: Diagnosis and Flexibility. To learn more about the third skill of a Situational Leader—Partnering for Performance and to acquire in-depth skill building training that is facilitated in the full program—contact The Ken Blanchard Companies®.
- Create an organization-wide awareness of Situational Leadership® II
- Begin to diagnose the development levels of your employees and choose the appropriate leadership style.
- Begin to open up communication within your organization to increase the frequency and quality of conversations about performance and development between managers and coworkers.
- Begin to create a communication model for all levels of the organization that supports culture change and move toward becoming a high performing organization.
The Purposes of Situational Leadership® II
- Open up communication—increase the frequency and quality
of conversations about performance and development between you and the people you work with
- Help others develop competence and commitment
- Teach others how to provide their own direction and support
- Value and honor differences
- Be able to diagnose others’ development levels and choose
the appropriate leadership style
- Know why there is no best leadership or coaching style (unless
there is a match)
- Learn a common language for coaching and developing others
- Understand the negative impact of oversupervision and
undersupervision on performance and morale
This Introduction to SLII® will get you started on the path to becoming a Situational Leader who can effectively deal with leadership challenges.
To learn more about how we can help you get started contact us today!
Jema Hill Cook, MPA
Chief Operation Officer