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Situational management: exercising leadership on a daily basis

  • Objectives

    To help make sure that your employees are listened to and understood.
    To know how to diagnose the maturity of each of your employees in order to adopt the appropriate leadership style.
    To acquire automatic reflexes when it comes to behaviors: to gain complete confidence in using the 4 possible styles of intervention.
    To adopt a style of leadership that is personalized and motivational.
  • Keywords

    Influence - Power - Situational Leadership.
  • The advantages

    • Self-diagnosis of managerial behaviors and personal plan of action.
    • A practical approach to dealing with managerial situations.
    • Case studies based on real life situations and educational games helping to make the information acquired during the training course sink in.
    • Management summary.
  • Aimed at

    Anyone in a managerial position who wishes to develop their personal impact and to heighten the efficiency of their employees.


Before the training course
  • Preparation: each participant prepares the scenarios based on 3 managerial situations they have experienced.
  • Motivational activity: quiz - "The essential skills of the manager-leader".
Leadership styles and their impacts on the efficiency of employees
  • Self-assessment: each participant identifies their own behavior types as well as their strong and weak points with the help of a diagnosis grid.
  • Management and leadership.
  • Exercising your power and the effects of this: personal power and the power that comes with your position.
  • Behavior centered on the task and the relationship.
  • The interaction between the expectations of the leader and the behavior of members of the team.
  • Self-diagnosis, debriefing: analyzing your own leadership styles and their degree of adaptability. Identifying your path of development.
Applying leadership styles according to the person and the situation
  • Analyzing the current situation and knowing what to do next.
  • Identifying the "maturity" of the employee according to 2 axes:
- "professional maturity": competencies,
- "psychological maturity": motivation.
  • Practical exercise: diagnosing the maturity of your employees.
  • Choosing the leadership style appropriate to the situation.
  • Training: applying the model to situations experienced by the participants.
  • The improvement cycle: acting as a catalyst, developing skills and motivation.
  • The regression cycle: being vigilant, intervening during a time of low motivation and/or results.

Plan of action for implementation


  • Code:MEM0050
  • Duration : 3days