Transitioning from Tactical Manager to Strategic Leader
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits is offering “Transitioning from Tactical Manager to Strategic Leader”:
“Being strategic involves setting the path for the organization. Moving away from operations and into a strategic role requires spending less time on day-to-day issues and more time looking ahead. Participants in this course will learn how to be more strategic, effectively coach employees to increase performance and help staff identify and grow into their fullest potential.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Distinguish between tactical and strategic ways of thinking.
- Incorporate coaching into daily contact with employees.
- Identify employee potential and develop goals to help them reach it.
Recognizing and Developing Your Strategic Leadership Skills
- Defining your leadership style
- Understanding differences in tactical and strategic supervision
- Assessing and honing your strategic leadership skills
- Understanding the coaching process
- Coaching high performers as well at those needing to improve performance
Setting Career Goals and Mapping Career Paths
- Using a leadership development model
- Assessing employee potential
- Developing performance development goals”