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Blanchard's SLII - help managers provide their people with exactly what they need, when they need it.

 Phoenix are one of the UK’s leading practitioners in Blanchard’s SLII.

In a world where the motivation to work with little supervision has never been more important for employees, ‘situational’ leadership gives managers the knowledge and skills to develop their people with self-reliance as an overarching goal.

Situational leaders recognise exactly how to provide just the right amount of direction and support to help their team members succeed. They know how to develop competent and motivated contributors who deliver faster results for your organisation.

We can deliver standalone programmes that introduce the key principles of SLII and how to use it practically back in the workplace or alternatively, we use it as part of a longer, modular programme, linking it closely to such key topics as performance management, coaching, feedback and delegation. Take a look at this example programme for a better idea of the content and recommended format.

Call us today on 020 7234 0480 or email oliver@phoenix-training.co.uk to discuss your objectives in more detail.

Contact us today!

Call: +44 20 7234 0480 or

email: oliver@phoenix-training.co.uk

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