Taking a training class for work. It's called Situational Leadership and is all about adapting your management style to each individual managee's issues so as best to get the to do something. I am supposed to do some pre-work. So I grabbed the packet of information to bring home tonight. Steps:
- Complete self-assessment questionaire
- Fill out
impact mapwhich basically figures states what my department's goals are and identifies what leadership/coaching skills I most need to get to those goals
- Have my boss fill out a coach's impact map...
Doh! Probably should have read the pack of information a week ago, since the class starts at 8 a.m. tomorrow. No time for the boss to fill out his part.
Not sure I care that much, except I'm sure the trainer will make a big deal about it. They always do because they always figure that stuff is
vital to the success of the class. Or, I think because they are trained to take people through the rote lesson and any deviation messes them up.