LDC toolkits focus on a single theme that aim to give members a theoretical and practical understanding of a particular topic.
They have been designed to share and discuss with others and can be tailored to suit a team, agency or to cover a particular topic.
For example, HROD teams might use one toolkit a month to stimulate discussion of particular topics among your colleagues. As a manager, you may want to use a toolkit in your leadership development discussions with staff.
Most toolkits come in four parts:
- an introductory flyer to the toolkit
- theoretical information (on the topic of the toolkit, e.g., how to have the conversations you have been avoiding)
- case studies.
Each toolkit also features a list of sources for information on each subject.
Toolkits by topic:
- Achieving Ambitious Goals
- Action Learning
- Coaching for Performance
- Creating a Leadership Development Strategy
- Delegation: Getting Work Done through Others
- Emotional and Social Intelligence
- Engaging Others
- Enhancing Organisational Performance
- Enhancing System Performance
- Enhancing Team Performance
- Experiential Learning
- Good Leadership in Complex Environments
- How to Have the Conversations You Have Been Avoiding
- The Individual Development Plan
- Influence Without Authority
- Leader-led Development
- Leading at the Political Interface
- Leading Strategically
- Leading through Change
- Learning Agility
- Making Meetings Count
- Managing Work Priorities
- Transitioning to a New Role
For more information or to provide us with feedback on the toolkits, please email email@example.com
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