INSPIRATIONAL LEADERSHIP : Be a leader with a vision to inspire your team by Chris Fenney

14 July 2012, Comments 0

3 October 2012, Sunway Putra Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Inspirational Leadership

For the past 30 years there has been increasing amounts of data to suggest that leadership has a lot more to do with inspiration and vision, rather than straightforward technical competence. Leadership is now recognized as a transferable skill that may be developed by continuous learning and development throughout a person’s career. Managers demand inspirational leaders who win not only results but also the trust and respect of their team members. This one -day workshop is designed for line managers and team leaders who have management or supervisory experience but who wish to develop their leadership skills. The objective of the program is to develop the role and practical skills of managers to enable them to become inspiring and successful leaders.


Learning Objective

At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:

  • Understand the Essentials of Leadership, Identifying the Qualities of an Effective Leader
  • Distinguish the Differences Between Leadership and Management
  • Explore their own Leadership and Managerial Style
  • Appreciate the Many Different Leadership Styles
  • Understand Inspirational Leadership and its Characteristics
  • Motivate, Inspire and Energize Members of Staff
  • Lead, Inspire and Manage the Different Generations
  • Encourage the Heart, Empower Others and Delegate Responsibilities
  • Create a Vision and Obtain Active Buy In


Introductions and Overview


  • Activity:  Ice Breaker
  • Facilitated Sharing Expectations
  • Today’s Focus – Workshop Objectives


Module 1 : Essentials of Leadership


1.1 : Definitions of Leadership


  • Famous Quotes


1.2 : The Traditional Role of Managers and Supervisors


  • Planning
  • Organising
  • Controlling
  • Managing the Organisational’s Resources


1.3 : The Difference Between Leadership and Management


  • What is a Manager
  • What is a Leader




  • Managers vs Leaders


1.4 : Understanding Leadership


  • Characteristics of a Leader
  • Exemplary Leadership
  • Personal Leadership skills Inventory
  • The “Right” Attitudes
  • The Ten Commitments of Leadership


Module 2 : Management and Personal Leadership Style


  • An Analysis and Understanding of Preferred Management Style
  • An Analysis and Understanding of Preferred Leadership Style



  • Management and Leadership Style – A Personal Inventory


Module 3 : An Appreciation of the Many Different Leadership Styles Available


  • Autocratic Leadership
  • Bureaucratic Leadership
  • Charismatic Leadership
  • Democratic or Participative Leadership
  • Servant Leadership
  • Task-Oriented Leadership
  • Situational Leadership
  • Inspirational Leadership
  • Transactional Leadership
  • Transformational Leadership


Module 4 : Inspirational Leadership and It’s Characteristics


  • Inspirational Leadership Quotes
  • Understanding Inspirational Leadership
  • Secrets of Inspirational leadership
  • Ten Roles of an Inspirational Leader
  • Summary of Characteristics

Module 5 : Motivate, Inspire and Energize Members of Staff


  • Maslow and Hertzberg
  • Motivation – What Works – What Doesn’t
  • Team Motivation
  • Self Motivation
  • Raising Morale in the Workplace
  • Tips to Increase Motivation



  • Fish – The Video

Module 6 : Leading, Inspiring and Managing the Different Generations


  • The Need to Recognise and Appreciate Generational Differences
  • The Four Different Generations in the Workforce
  • Differences in Values
  • Different Characteristics at Work
  • The Increasing Role and Demands of Generation Y
  • Leading and Motivating the Different Generations
  • Training and Development Across the Generations
  • Messages that Motivate the Different Generations


Module 7 : Encourage the Heart, Empower Others and Delegate Responsibilities


  • Recognise Contributions
  • Show Appreciation
  • Celebrate Values and Victories
  • Create a Spirit of Community
  • Empowering Employees
  • The Power of Delegation


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