ILM Level 5 Leadership & Management

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There are three stages available for this level 5 ILM Leadership & Management VRQ (vocational related qualification) Choose whether award, certificate or diploma is the right one for you. Do you know funding is available for up to £1000 per person for Scottish businesses? Rules apply for criteria please contact us to discuss.

ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership & Management

Who are these qualifications for?

The ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership and Management is designed for practising middle managers, helping them to develop their skills and experience, improve performance and prepare for senior management responsibilities. You could be in a supervisory role aspiring to take on your next challenge.

Delivered by a team of senior leaders and qualified coaches our ILM level 5 Award in Leadership & Management is so much more than theory. We’re hands on, vibrant and passionate about you making a difference to you and your organisation.

Our development workshops, mini taster sessions and training development days in Scotland offer unbeatable value; creates space for you to hone into your skills and a great opportunity to learn and network with like- minded people. Funding is available for all of our training programmes Scotland.

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Use core management techniques to drive better results

Coaching Leadership

Develop your ability to lead, motivate and inspire

Provide strategic leadership as well as day-to-day management

Benchmark your managerial skills

Raise your profile in your organisation

Encourage strategic thinking at this level of management to foster business improvement

Engage middle managers with training and development


This qualification is designed to provide clear, measurable benefits to career-minded professionals and can be customised to your development needs.

Progression Route

This ILM level 5 Award in Leadership & Management allows flexible credit build and progression to:

ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership & Management

ILM level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management

ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring

ILM Level 5 Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring


Programme Overview

Programme overview details the combination rules of credits from each group from ILM

Credit Value:        9

Delivery:              Blended delivery, including induction, 1:1 coaching, tutorial support & workshop interactions.

A short programme to be completed within 1 year packed with hands-on coaching support, tutorials, 1:1 coaching and ILM written assessments for both units to capture your action centred learning and continued professional development (CPD)

We utilise the expertise of ILMA (Institute of Leadership & Managements full assessment service) which means your work will be reviewed and verified by some of the top quality assessors in the UK!

This ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership & Management covers:

Performance gap analysis

Techniques for informal performance assessment and formal appraisal

Methods of ensuring fair and objective assessment/appraisal

Training needs analysis and the role of training/links between quality, appraisal and training

Training and development techniques activities, their strengths and weaknesses

Learning styles and range/sources of learning opportunities

Learning styles and techniques for designing appropriate, cost effective training to meet identified needs, reporting and recording performance assessment, including confidentiality

Mechanisms to provide appropriate feedback and guidance to the individual, techniques for promoting responsibility for self-appraisal and development , career development strategies, mechanisms to prepare development plans including resource implications and timescales

Mentoring and the mentoring cycle, and other support techniques

Coaching techniques, including evaluation and feed-back

Effective induction to meet organisational and individual needs, methods to monitor, evaluate and record individual development,

Relevant feedback techniques

Methods to evaluate effectiveness of training

Personal development plan

Understand own ability to fulfil key responsibilities of the leadership role

Evaluate own ability to use a range of leadership styles, in different situations and with different types of people, to fulfil your leadership role

Use theories of emotional intelligence to review the effect of emotions on own and others’ performance

Be able to evaluate own ability to lead others

Review own ability to set direction and communicate this to others

Review own ability to motivate, delegate and empower others

Produce a personal development plan to improve own ability to lead; enhance own awareness and develop learning/practise.

Programme cost:              £899 (inc VAT)

Please email us at opencourses@pro-tential.co.uk or info@pro-tential.co.uk Or, if you prefer please do call us on 0843 289 1639


ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership & Management

Who are these qualifications for?

The ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership and Management practising middle managers helping them to develop their skills and experience, improve performance and prepare for senior management responsibilities. Many middle managers who have stepped up to senior managerial responsibilities who wish to hone their skills and receive 1:1 executive coaching through-out this programme are encouraged to apply.

Delivered by a team of senior leaders and qualified coaches our ILM level 5 Certificate in Leadership & Management is so much more than theory. We’re hands on, vibrant and passionate about you making a lasting difference to you and your organisation. The certificate offers a rich, deep-dive to your own leadership styles by undertaking the ILM72 (integrated leadership measure click here for more detailed information

If you prefer a tailored approach for your leaders of today and tomorrow including 1:1 executive coaching, work based strategic & operational assignments and workshop interactions take a look at our ILM recognised programme overview Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders minimum of 6 participants from *£299 per person per day, 6 days delivery.

Progression Route

This ILM 5 Certificate in Leadership & Management allows flexible credit build and progression to:

ILM level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management

ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring

ILM Level 5 Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring

This qualification will provide progression routes to university based degree such as BA Business & Enterprise at Edinburgh Napier University and ILM Level 7 qualifications in Leadership & Management


Programme Overview

Programme overview details the combination rules of credits from each group from ILM

Credit Value:        17

Delivery:              Blended delivery, including induction, 1:1 coaching, tutorial support & workshop interactions.

ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership & Management programme to be completed within 1 year packed with hands-on coaching support, tutorials, 1:1 coaching and ILM written assessments for all units to capture your action centred learning and continued professional development (CPD)

We utilise the expertise of ILMA (Institute of Leadership & Managements full assessment service) which means your work will be reviewed and verified by some of the top quality assessors in the UK!

This ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership & Management covers:

Definition of leadership

The differences between leadership and management

Importance of performance and interaction (engagement) with followers in an organisation

Influential leadership models ILM 72 (Psychometric Integrated leadership measure)

Situational leadership

Six specific scales to measure aspects of leadership style (ILM72), ability to assess and understand various situations

Implications of leadership styles for self and for organisational performance, global scales linked to ILM72, understand how these work in theory & practise.

Individual action plan reflecting on real-time leadership behaviours, personal change awareness and benefits of change.

Performance gap analysis

Techniques for informal performance assessment and formal appraisal

Methods of ensuring fair and objective assessment/appraisal

Training needs analysis and the role of training/links between quality, appraisal and training

Training and development techniques activities, their strengths and weaknesses

Learning styles and range/sources of learning opportunities

Learning styles and techniques for designing appropriate, cost effective training to meet identified needs, reporting and recording performance assessment, including confidentiality,

Mechanisms to provide appropriate feedback and guidance to the individual, techniques for promoting responsibility for self-appraisal and development , career development strategies, mechanisms to prepare development plans including resource implications and timescales

Mentoring and the mentoring cycle, and other support techniques

Coaching techniques, including evaluation and feed-back

Effective induction to meet organisational and individual needs, methods to monitor, evaluate and record individual development

Relevant feedback techniques

Methods to evaluate effectiveness of training

Personal development plan

Understand own ability to fulfil key responsibilities of the leadership role

Evaluate own ability to use a range of leadership styles, in different situations and with different types of people, to fulfil your leadership role

Use theories of emotional intelligence to review the effect of emotions on own and others’ performance

Be able to evaluate own ability to lead others

Review own ability to set direction and communicate this to others

Review own ability to motivate, delegate and empower others

Produce a personal development plan to improve own ability to lead; enhance own awareness and develop learning/practise.

The effectiveness of own organisation in measuring team performance against organisational goals and objectives

The role of leadership in helping teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives

Own ability to develop and lead teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives

Implement changes to own leadership style in order to more effectively develop and lead teams

Programme cost:              £1650 (inc VAT)

Application

Please email us at opencourses@pro-tential.co.uk or info@pro-tential.co.uk Or, if you prefer please do call us on 0843 289 1639


ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management

Who are these qualifications for?

The ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management is designed for practising middle and senior managers helping them to develop their skills, experience, improve performance and prepare for strategic senior leadership responsibilities. Many middle managers who have stepped up to senior managerial responsibilities who wish to hone their skills and receive 1:1 executive coaching through-out this programme are encouraged to apply.

Delivered by a team of senior leaders and qualified coaches our ILM level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management is so much more than theory. We’re hands on, vibrant and passionate about you making a lasting difference to you and your organisation. The diploma offers a rich, deep-dive to your own leadership styles by undertaking the ILM72 (integrated leadership measure)click here for more detailed information.

The ILM Level 5 Diploma offers an extensive review and context of strategic partnership working, conflict in the workplace, coaching individuals/teams, developing individuals and managing change.

If you prefer a team tailored approach (instead of qualifications) for your leaders of today and tomorrow including 1:1 executive coaching, work based strategic & operational assignments and workshop interactions take a look at our ILM endorsed programme overview minimum of 4 participants from just *£299 per person per day, 6 days delivery. Our first cohort for this programme was delivered at MITIE plc. See our case studies

Progression Route

This ILM 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management allows flexible credit build and progression to:

University based degree such as BA Business & Enterprise at Edinburgh Napier University and ILM Level 7 qualifications in Leadership & Management

You can start with the ILM Level 5 Award or ILM Level 5 Certificate if you prefer to build credits.


Programme Overview

Programme overview details the combination rules of credits from each group from ILM

Credit Value:        37

Delivery:              Blended delivery, including induction, 1:1 coaching, tutorial support & workshop interactions.

ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management programme to be completed within 3 years packed with hands-on executive coaching support, tutorials, 1:1 coaching and ILM written assessments for all units to capture your action centred learning and continued professional development (CPD)

We utilise the expertise of ILMA (Institute of Leadership & Managements full assessment service) which means your work will be reviewed and verified by some of the top quality assessors in the UK!

This ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management covers:

Definition of leadership

The differences between leadership and management

Importance of performance and interaction (engagement) with followers in an organisation

Influential leadership models ILM 72 (Psychometric Integrated leadership measure)

Situational leadership

Six specific scales to measure aspects of leadership style (ILM72), ability to assess and understand various situations

Implications of leadership styles for self and for organisational performance, global scales linked to ILM72, understand how these work in theory & practise.

Individual action plan reflecting on real-time leadership behaviours, personal change awareness and benefits of change.

Performance gap analysis

Techniques for informal performance assessment and formal appraisal

Methods of ensuring fair and objective assessment/appraisal

Training needs analysis and the role of training/links between quality, appraisal and training

Training and development techniques activities, their strengths and weaknesses

Learning styles and range/sources of learning opportunities

Learning styles and techniques for designing appropriate, cost effective training to meet identified needs, reporting and recording performance assessment, including confidentiality,

Mechanisms to provide appropriate feedback and guidance to the individual, techniques for promoting responsibility for self-appraisal and development , career development strategies, mechanisms to prepare development plans including resource implications and timescales

Mentoring and the mentoring cycle, and other support techniques

Coaching techniques, including evaluation and feed-back,

Effective induction to meet organisational and individual needs, methods to monitor, evaluate and record individual development,

Relevant feedback techniques

Methods to evaluate effectiveness of training

Personal development plan

Understand own ability to fulfil key responsibilities of the leadership role

Evaluate own ability to use a range of leadership styles, in different situations and with different types of people, to fulfil your leadership role

Use theories of emotional intelligence to review the effect of emotions on own and others’ performance

Be able to evaluate own ability to lead others

Review own ability to set direction and communicate this to others

Review own ability to motivate, delegate and empower others

Produce a personal development plan to improve own ability to lead; enhance own awareness and develop learning/practise.

The effectiveness of own organisation in measuring team performance against organisational goals and objectives

The role of leadership in helping teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives

Own ability to develop and lead teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives

Implement changes to own leadership style in order to more effectively develop and lead teams

Reasons for organisational change such as changes in leadership, technology, business strategy, need to become more efficient

Types of change such as developmental, transitional and transformational

Environmental analysis technique, such as PESTLE, Organisational analysis, such as SWOT analysis, Benefits and implications of change

Methods of assessing risks and uncertainties

Principles of change management

System theory and process design, Methods for planning for change, Feasibility and viability of the change for stakeholders, Use of tools for planning change

Identification of human and financial factors in the consideration of resistance to change

Bridges’ Transition Model, 4 P’s, Purpose, Picture, Plan & Part,

Clear communication of change & how the importance of involving people to facilitate effective change is crucial at all times.

Techniques for monitoring and evaluating outcomes of change

Where does our culture come from and who influences it?

Understand the culture and context of the organisation

Evaluate the organisation within its broader environment using appropriate environmental and organisational analysis techniques

Examine the implications of the policies, procedures and legal requirements that are relevant to your area of work

The cultural and ethical behaviour present in the organisation

Understand own ability to function within organisational culture and ethical norms

Evaluate own cultural and ethical behaviour in relation to the organisation and personal values.

Propose how to uphold the ethical standards across the organisation

The effectiveness of the organisation in recognising workplace stress and conflict and providing the necessary support mechanisms

Improvements to the identification and approach to dealing with workplace stress and conflict in own area of responsibility

Improvements to the identification and approach to dealing with workplace stress and conflict in own area of responsibility

Our ability to identify and deal with workplace stress and conflict effectively in own area of responsibility

The differences between strategic and operational partnerships

The key principles for establishing effective partnership working at strategic and operational levels

How effective partnerships can be formed between stakeholders with a shared interest

Discuss prospective partner interests and expectations for your organisation

The long and short term benefits to be gained from effective partnership working in your organisation

How barriers to effective partnership working might be overcome

Evaluate the process for establishing trust and agreement on the partnership’s aims and objectives

Evaluate monitoring and review processes and procedures for the achievement of agreed

Goals and objectives of an effective partnership working arrangement

Understand the purpose of coaching and mentoring within an organisational context

Define what coaching and mentoring is within the context of an organisation and explain the similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring

Identify potential individual, operational/organisational barriers to using coaching or mentoring and develop appropriate strategies for minimising or overcoming these

Present the case for using coaching or mentoring to benefit individuals and organisation performance

Understand the skills, behaviours, attitudes, beliefs and values of an effective coach or mentor

Explore the knowledge, skills, and behaviour of an effective coach or mentor

Why do coaches or mentors require effective communication skills?

Responsibilities of the coach or mentor to manage relationships (including values and power) and remain ethical and non-judgemental

Understand the role of contracting and the process to effectively coach or mentor in business.

Understand the principles of effective coaching or mentoring in practice and how to evaluate benefits

Programme cost:              £2500 (inc VAT)

Application:

Please email us at opencourses@pro-tential.co.uk or info@pro-tential.co.uk Or, if you prefer please do call us on 0843 289 1639