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Leading Teams for Emerging Leaders

Course Starts 1 June 2020

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Program Code: GVOL0753U

Course Information

Course starts

1 June 2020

Enrollment closes

27 May 2020

Duration

1 week

Time Commitment

15 Hours

Format

Online

Optional Extra

GVI Program Abroad

Online Cost

€265

Flexible Payment Options

Introduction

You know you have what it takes to be a leader. But you need a chance to prove it. How do you get that opportunity?

Complete GVI’s Leading Teams for Emerging Leaders online course, which is offered in partnership with the University of Richmond and UNC Charlotte, to earn your first team leadership role. Study theoretical leadership concepts and earn a certificate demonstrating your mastery. Develop your own leadership style and learn how to set objectives a team can reliably achieve, give effective feedback and manage conflict successfully.

This course is included in the program fee of all our internship abroad programs and forms part of our Foundations in Sustainable Development program.

Skills you’ll acquire

After completing this course you’ll be able to:

  • communicate effectively
  • identify your leadership style
  • implement of health and safety practices
  • manage conflict
  • provide meaningful feedback
  • set achievable objectives
  • use a range of strategies to support the well-being of your team.

Is this course for you?

This team leader course is for anyone who’s interested in starting out as a leader, from high school students to mid-level professionals. This course is ideal for those who’ve never led a team and are looking to will build their confidence in doing so.

Course Curriculum

In this course, which is offered in partnership with Richmond University, you’ll reflect on the behaviours displayed by effective team leaders. You’ll identify your own leadership style and learn strategies for resilience. Learn to use Belbin’s theoretical model of team roles to understand and bring out the best in your team.

Find out what stage of a team’s development is at using Tuckman’s stages. You then go on to learn how to set Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely (SMART) objectives for a team. Next, you’ll learn how to give feedback effectively and manage conflict in a team.

You’ll also learn about the responsibilities of a team leader on this online course. Find out how to define risk and conduct a risk assessment and learn about the importance of providing support for your team. The course explores caring for your team as well as self-care for leaders.
Orientation to our online learning platform
Module 1: Introduction to team leading
Module 2: Planning and setting team goals
Module 3: Preparing by creating a safe, supportive environment
Module 4: Presenting and communicating with your team
Module 5: Performing and developing a leadership style

Earn a certificate

Want to show colleges, universities and employers that you’ve got the knowledge and skills covered in this course? Once you’ve successfully completed any of our courses, we’ll send you a digital certificate of completion at no additional cost. The certificate will feature the official name of the course, your name, the date and a signature from your course instructor. Add the certificate to your college application, your graduate school application, your job application or your LinkedIn page.

Your course instructor

Jill Walker
GVI Director of Operations
Jill Walker has spent more than a decade in leadership positions across GVI’s many sustainable development projects around the world. As GVI’s director of operations, she oversees the development and training of dozens of GVI’s mid-level managers. Jill holds a MSc in environmental education, and she’s currently completing an integrative coaching certificate.
Cheryl Martin
GVI Regional Director of Asia
Over the course of nearly a decade working with GVI, Cheryl Martin has led hundreds of leadership training courses around the world. Originally starting her career as an early childhood development teacher, Cheryl has over 25 years of experience as a classroom teacher and spent five as an assistant principal. As GVI’s regional director of Asia, Cheryl oversees the development of GVI staff across the Asian subcontinent.

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