Leadership Training Case Studies:
What Would YOU Do?
The leadership training case studies presented on this website are provided for your use for a discussion and training tool with your supervisors and middle managers. They are offered as one means of providing continuous learning opportunities for this group within your organization.
Each leadership case study is meant to simulate real life. In real leadership situations, we have to use all the known facts to make the best decision possible. There is never a guarantee of the outcome. Leaders have to become comfortable with uncertainty.
The value of this kind of case study discussion is in the discussion and interaction it generates. If the case study leads you to a discussion of your own organization when people see similarities with the case study, then learning is taking place.
Such open discussion helps supervisors to better understand leadership best practices and helps them to all align their own styles with the culture and values of their organization.
There are no “right answers” for these case studies, but some possible good answers are suggested for your consideration on each of the pages below.
Case Study 1: Building a Team
Case Study 2: Poor Interpersonal Skills
Case Study 3: Integrating Teams After Downsizing
Case Study 4: Supervising More Experienced Workers
Case Study 5: Downsizing...or Not?
Case Study 6: Improving Productivity
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