- Why Is Followership Important as A Leader?
- Following Senior Members of Your Organisation
- Following Subordinates
- Following from Outside the Organisation
- Leading by Example
- Working Effectively in A Team
- Review and summarise
- Interactive testing
In our society, even leaders must follow guidelines set by others. CEO’s must follow what shareholders, boards of directors, or the marketplace tells them. Billionaire company owners follow government rules and regulations.
Elected government officials follow rules and regulations of the system and the people who elect them. The truth is, everybody has to follow rules and meet expectations set by others. As a leader, you will experience restrictions and limitations beyond your control, and must be able to adapt to the situation and follow what has been outlined for you.
There are also times where leaders will have to follow a subordinate, especially if they are more knowledgeable on a particular topic. Being a good leader requires that you be able to effectively implement, and work effectively under guidelines defined by others. This programme will help you to improve your skills to be a better follower leader.
Upon successful completion of the course trainees will be issued with a certificate which will be valid for 5 years.
Note, A UKRS course standard is only endorsed when delivered by an appropriate instructor and accompanied by an accredited UKRS Certificate.
Why choose RT e-learning?
The use of interactive quizzes and simulation tasks, based on realistic scenarios from genuine workplace environments, means E-Learners can more readily acquire skills and knowledge meaningful to their own work-based practices.
E-Learning can accommodate many different learning styles and can engage the learner via a range of rich and stimulating approaches, which are more relevant to the subject requirements, than can often be achieved in normal classroom-based learning.
We are registered as an approved centre with Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance; a global leader in regulated and work-based learning qualifications. Highfield is regulated by Ofqual, Qualifications Wales, SQA Accreditation, the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA), and the Security Industry Authority (SIA).
Highfield is also recognised by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) as an apprentice assessment organisation (AAO) and registered on the Register of Apprentice Assessment Organisations (RoAAO).
As a direct result of this commitment, we can guarantee the fulfilment of our client’s needs and be assured of our client’s satisfaction.
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